The UltraStudio 3D model supports uncompressed RGB 4:4:4 workflows up to full resolution 2K. http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/prod...o3d/techspecs/
HD Format Support 720p50, 720p59.94, 720p60, 1080PsF23.98, 1080PsF24, 1080PsF25, 1080PsF29.97, 1080PsF30, 1080p23.98, 1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p29.97, 1080p30, 1080i50, 1080i59.94, 1080i60, 1080p50, 1080p59.94, 1080p60.
Tomorrow I will test Ultrastudio3d. Maybe I can take 1080p60 from Scarlet SDI port.
Multiple Rate support SDI, HDMI and component analog video connections are switchable between standard definition and high definition. SDI switches between 270 Mb/s standard definition SDI, 1.5 Gb/s HD-SDI and 3 Gb/s HD and 2K SDI.
Quite a nice little box, no external power needed just hook it to your macbook air with thunderbolt and it gets power from there.
We are making a "capture tool" for it at the moment hoping to grab tc and record on/off from the camera... testing at them moment but it looks promising.
But it would be allot better if RED just stepped up and made that Proxy module. Would love to get DnxHD on a separate card. Would love if that card was the same size mags as we use today, would love not to need to by have different cards/readers etc.
And if they get the proxy module to do 2k 10bit from the 5k lookaround from the scarlet they are on par with the proress path of the current alexa but with bigger sensor. Think that would be very cool.
I would love to see a video of 5k-at-1080p stuff scaling through the ISOs... I used the Samurai at ISO800 and it was grainless even though the shot was light with practicals/tungsten and underexposed (compared to the original raw 4k outputted to 1080p prores via RCXp.) In other words, there's a visible difference on a 1080p monitor.
My only problem is that I hate having to use a 3rd party option when I'm sure RED could offer a better one (although, I'm not sure how happy they would be with Scarlet users getting "5k>1080p" downscale). Not only does it compress to 10bit prores pre-R3Draw allowing for cleaner footage (at any ISO), but the bigger frame size should actually be a slightly brighter image as well (or is that bad logic?)
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