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  1. DEB has now transformed into a new algorithm if...

    DEB has now transformed into a new algorithm if you have opened RCX anytime recently called "Chromatic Noise Reduction". It's actually fairly different than DEB of yesteryear and is a proper CNR...
  2. Very curious how potential FX9 buyers feel about...

    Very curious how potential FX9 buyers feel about this.
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    Just a comment on photometrics here. I own a few...

    Just a comment on photometrics here. I own a few Aputure lights and really am trying to do everything LED these days.

    My approximate HMI equivelants of Aputures range of hard lights:
    - The 300D...
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    I'll be getting 1 or 2 of these.

    I'll be getting 1 or 2 of these.
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    That was quick. Atomos has just announced that...

    That was quick. Atomos has just announced that 16-bit Linear RAW recording support will come to their Neon Class Displays.
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    Something I suspected and this will be the tale...

    Something I suspected and this will be the tale for a few companies moving forward. There is no IBIS stabilization, similarly Canon's recent stabilization is "electronic". The internal ND built in...
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    Whelp. Now the embargo has really lifted. Added...

    Whelp. Now the embargo has really lifted. Added the B&H overview to the first post.

    Price = $11K

    And other details in the first post too.
  8. Thread: 8k Spots

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    You'll be looking to subtract the hot pixels from...

    You'll be looking to subtract the hot pixels from the motion clip, if they are static you can actually get away with using one frame as reference.

    Subtraction or offset is possible, mixing some...
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    RED doesn't employ noise reduction in their...

    RED doesn't employ noise reduction in their cameras and the way long exposures work with digital cinema cameras in general is pretty far off from how a DSLR/Mirrorless will handle them through their...
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    Higher resolution:...

    Higher resolution:
    http://www.phfx.com/temp/reduser/phfx_RED_Komodo_GDURFBodyCap.jpg

    That's the new GDU RF Body Cap.

    Jarred's post:
    "GDU EOS R / RF Port cap now in stock. Milled from a single...
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    Got an early word on pricing, but I'll wait for...

    Got an early word on pricing, but I'll wait for the official announcement to post it. It's less thank the Canon C500 MK II, HOWEVER, the big question is what the total will be with the XDCA-FX9...
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    Agreed, very useful size for clients on set. ...

    Agreed, very useful size for clients on set.

    I use the 13" in the helicopter on my lap, the 17" has been my go to on set. But I think I'm going to grab a 24". I like that size for 4K already.
  13. David must have missed the, um... memo. GPU...

    David must have missed the, um... memo.

    GPU Acceleration - For Debayer and Encoding where applicable for years now has been helping accelerated Debayering. Benefits clearly seen in many NLEs when...
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    SmallHD - 4K Field Monitors

    IBC 2019 seems to be in full swing now.

    Newly announced and rugged SmallHD 4K Field Monitors:
    http://www.phfx.com/temp/reduser/phfx_smallHD_4KFieldMonitors.jpg
    https://www.smallhd.com/4k/
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    If I'm not mistaken it's a 3:2 sensor. By...

    If I'm not mistaken it's a 3:2 sensor. By December it should have all DCI and 16x9 features enabled. Don't know about full height anamorphic or anything by then.

    Eye Tracking AF would be fancy. ...
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    Sony PXW-FX9

    Embargo seems to have lifted a day early as well, or is it Amsterdam being a day ahead?

    https://sonycine.com/articles/sony-introduces-new-full-frame-pxw-fx9/
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    Oooh. Now we can talk my love for the format. ...

    Oooh. Now we can talk my love for the format. VistaVision's prime time was the 50s-60s when it was invented. It was created at a time when film was actually much noisier to primarily increase the...
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    There's been a few now as well as series. Some...

    There's been a few now as well as series. Some Monstro films have also been the 8K 6:5 ANA 2X-ish format as well (slightly taller than full height S35 4-perf) for typical 2X anamorphic workflow.
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  19. I only have the 16-28 T3 MK II (and it's not here...

    I only have the 16-28 T3 MK II (and it's not here at the moment), but I have worked with them in tandem before. Color-wise, fairly close. Image quality-wise, the primes are certainly sharper, which...
  20. Heh. I've never been mentioned in the same...

    Heh. I've never been mentioned in the same sentence with Dan Rather before. I won't let that go to my head!




    Can confirm. They are legit lenses. I've been using these a bunch lately. A...
  21. Tokina Cinema Vista Lens Test 2019 - RED Monstro 8K VV

    When I filmed the The First Look piece 2 years ago there were only 3 focal lengths available.

    With the just announced 135mm T1.5 the Tokina Cinema Vista set now is a family of 7 different focal...
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    I understand, but you're still not exactly...

    I understand, but you're still not exactly comparing apples to apples. The S1H is splash and dust proof, not water proof or even resistant. Their Toughbooks, which I've owned a few of as they were...
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    Don't know what you mean by military grade...

    Don't know what you mean by military grade cooling in this case, but I've held the S1H and seen it splayed out in parts in front of me, there is indeed a fan as well as ventilation, it's a plastic...
  24. Sounds like it was fixed via the newer Sensor...

    Sounds like it was fixed via the newer Sensor Calibration or whatever.

    Times to run a Sensor Cal:
    - Firmware udpate/re-flashing in this case
    - Major temp changes
    - Every so often
    * the...
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    Yes and no. When it comes to particular sensors,...

    Yes and no. When it comes to particular sensors, it's all about what you are attempting to do with them or get out of them, then it's the unique methods you tap into them.

    A lack of cooling isn't...
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