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  1. #1 I shot this interior design video with the Komodo, insane DR 
    I'm so happy with the results, I just wish it has more frame rate options
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    The daylight shots are really great, in the evening/night there's a huge FPN issue.
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    I watched this in 1080, full screen. Wow man, this was so well shot. And you seem to be spot on about the DR.

    I'd love to know how you exposed for the daytime shots to balance interior and exterior, like the one at 0:45. I.e. did you set exposure at EI 0 for the interior, or did you go to EI -1 or maybe EI -2?

    Also, how long was the slider rail? And how easy it is to put a camera on a slider to face downwards, like at 0:22?

    I liked the night time shots. Massimiliano, I'm not sure what FPN means?
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    FPN is fixed pattern noise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karim D. Ghantous View Post
    Also, how long was the slider rail? And how easy it is to put a camera on a slider to face downwards, like at 0:22?
    Those long shots I don't think are a slider rail, but rather a gimbal and a hover board.
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    Arturo,
    Very nice work. Shooting architectural is not easy (confined spaces and lighting difficulties, etc) but you nailed this shoot.
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    Massimillano_Serra,
    I am not seeing the FPN. Please aim me at the offending part.
    Thanks.
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    Thanks so much!
    There was a huge noise/fpn issue with the original files but I think I clean it up effectively with Resolve

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    The daylight shots are really great, in the evening/night there's a huge FPN issue.
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    Thanks Karim!

    -EI -1

    -It was a drone for this one

    Quote Originally Posted by Karim D. Ghantous View Post
    I watched this in 1080, full screen. Wow man, this was so well shot. And you seem to be spot on about the DR.

    I'd love to know how you exposed for the daytime shots to balance interior and exterior, like the one at 0:45. I.e. did you set exposure at EI 0 for the interior, or did you go to EI -1 or maybe EI -2?

    Also, how long was the slider rail? And how easy it is to put a camera on a slider to face downwards, like at 0:22?

    I liked the night time shots. Massimiliano, I'm not sure what FPN means?
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    For the shorter shots I'm using a 1.2 meter motorised slider but for the longer ones I'm using a gimbal on a hoverboard

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    Those long shots I don't think are a slider rail, but rather a gimbal and a hover board.
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