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    Redid the monitor calibration. I must have been...

    Redid the monitor calibration. I must have been targeting the wrong gamma or something. So here's the same grade with an exposure fix.
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    Really? I even added grain, it looked fairly...

    Really? I even added grain, it looked fairly clean back there. But of course, I didn't see it in motion.

    I also just recently re-calibrated my monitor and I'm wondering if it maybe came out too...
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    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/951/42090203401_896...

    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/951/42090203401_8962cf5702_o.png
  4. I've forgotten many of the details about this...

    I've forgotten many of the details about this test, but if this is of any use to you, then have at it. :)

    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/904/40179098640_6a4b792bf5_z.jpg
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    If the chroma noise isn't too crazy, I usually...

    If the chroma noise isn't too crazy, I usually prefer tinting the blacks with the opposite color, using the shadow wheel (log wheels) and the low range setting. Desaturating is certainly one way to...
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    It shouldn't extract any more details in the...

    It shouldn't extract any more details in the blacks. Actually it should hide them even more. Simply raising the black point is going to reduce contrast. Then, adding the curve rolls off the shadows...
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    https://i.imgur.com/N1kwjko.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/N1kwjko.jpg
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    Yeah, but considering how many schmeckles it...

    Yeah, but considering how many schmeckles it costs, it makes sense.
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    Can you post an example of what you're talking...

    Can you post an example of what you're talking about? And maybe upload a DNG frame as well.
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    In DCI 4K mode: 36mm / 18.96mm = 1.9x crop. In...

    In DCI 4K mode: 36mm / 18.96mm = 1.9x crop.

    In UHD: 36mm / 17.775mm = 2.0x crop.



    36mm / (18.96mm / 0.64x) = 1.2x crop.
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    It's not too complicated to do the math. You're...

    It's not too complicated to do the math. You're shooting 1920 pixels wide out of 4096 total pixels wide, so 1920/4096 and multiply that by the 18.96mm full sensor width to get 8.8875mm width. FF...
  12. Log based, wide gamut, material needs some extra...

    Log based, wide gamut, material needs some extra knowledge about color space transforms for display and proper order of operations workflow. I suspect you're the target market for the new Video...
  13. My grade, so don't evaluate this for color, but...

    My grade, so don't evaluate this for color, but check the male model's right knee. There's some rainbow going on there. Of course, prototype camera, so keep that in mind.
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  14. I've already seen some familiar moire rainbow in...

    I've already seen some familiar moire rainbow in the leaked stills, I wouldn't get your hopes up.
  15. The 0.71x should work. The 0.64x ones will reveal...

    The 0.71x should work. The 0.64x ones will reveal vignetting on some APS-C lenses that can't cover fully the "effective" sensor area. The diagonal of the Pocket 4K is nearly the same as the diagonal...
  16. Yeah, fly-by-wire is a turn off, and the Veydras...

    Yeah, fly-by-wire is a turn off, and the Veydras are nice but they're slow-ish and the MFT mount on most cameras has way too much flex for how damped the focus rings are. Doing any sort of fast focus...
  17. With the Pocket 2 you should be able to use the...

    With the Pocket 2 you should be able to use the XL speedbooster, if you stick to full frame lenses and not any APS-C lenses.

    0.64x reducer and 18.96mm sensor width = effective sensor width...
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    That's the spirit!

    That's the spirit!
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    Maybe we can all focus on making good movies now....

    Maybe we can all focus on making good movies now. :)
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    Surprised how well they take some saturation and...

    Surprised how well they take some saturation and a Print LUT

    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/802/41334803992_425409924c_k.jpg

    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/865/39568052060_948dcbbab3_k.jpg
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    Fairlight is inside of Resolve 14, as well. I'm...

    Fairlight is inside of Resolve 14, as well. I'm assuming you're still on 12.5?

    Resolve 15 does the same thing now with Fusion.

    So Resolve is now: An NLE, a node-based VFX compositor, a DAW,...
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    Kinda looks like a tally light on the right side.

    Kinda looks like a tally light on the right side.
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    If you're going handheld, I much prefer the look...

    If you're going handheld, I much prefer the look of motion on a heavier setup. Lightweight cameras get knocked around easily and the motion ends up way too jittery for my liking.

    My 2 cents.
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    When I played the clip in the browser, I got what...

    When I played the clip in the browser, I got what looked like a repeatable frame-drop but after I downloaded the file it played smoothly, although there is still pan judder present.

    Best to...
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    Looks like pan judder to me. You panned quite a...

    Looks like pan judder to me. You panned quite a bit on a 50mm in like 4 seconds. There's charts and calculators you can find out there that will give you an idea how slow your pans should be for a...
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