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    One thing I should of asked from get go is, does shooting at 5k on the monstro introduce the possibility for a nosier image?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony DeRose View Post
    One thing I should of asked from get go is, does shooting at 5k on the monstro introduce the possibility for a nosier image?
    Technically it'd be the same noise profile/structure regardless of resolution. However, perceptively yes it would look nosier because you're only downscaling from 5k>4k and not downscaling from 8k>4k.

    That said, while I haven't done direct comparisons, I wouldn't expect it to be any noisier than 5k Dragon-X footage (for example).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony DeRose View Post
    One thing I should of asked from get go is, does shooting at 5k on the monstro introduce the possibility for a nosier image?
    The noise is the same - but because you are zoomed in on it (8K-->5K) it will look worse/bigger.
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    this is not true for red dragon x the tech guy himself told me 400-640 is base for red dragon sensor i stopped using 800 my images are so much cleaner and still maintains highlight . i know everyone say 800 b ut they never even used any other camera but theres
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    Quote Originally Posted by Codakchris View Post
    this is not true for red dragon x the tech guy himself told me 400-640 is base for red dragon sensor i stopped using 800 my images are so much cleaner and still maintains highlight . i know everyone say 800 b ut they never even used any other camera but theres

    That's what they're saying, Codakchris. ISO 400 on the Dragon is really ISO 800.

    So, now, ISO 400 on ISO Calibration 2 is ISO 800 on a Dragon which is ISO Calibration 1. And vice versa.

    I tried to explain to anyone who would listen they needed to be recording at ISO 250-400 on the Dragon before finding out this error had been officially acknowledged but NO ONE listened. Yet my imagery was always cleaner.
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