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  1. #1 Lens test tests... 
    Here are some examples from the first test.
    How do they look and can you load/view them easily?

    Zoomify allows you to see all the way to 100%
    http://www.evingrant.com/MCUf2.8.html
    Breathing test is an animated Gif.

    These are from the 50mm 1.4 Nikkor test.

    Does anyone know how to embed the Zoomify HTML file into the forumm so it shows up in the thread as opposed to a link?
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    That look very nice Evin. I like concept using an actual shop. there is some breathing in the lens.
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    There might be breathing, but the contrast just looks beautiful.

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    Yes it is a very good looking pic. And would be more then excited to get that quality image with that lens option on the RED.
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  5. #5 Scale ramp 
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    As someone else already suggested you could do a scale ramp with keyframes to compensate for most of breathing.

    I suppose that in the case of a 4k final master a real pro might be able to spot a slight softening in the scale up but that feels like splitting hairs to me. For any workflow that ends up at 2k or less I find it hard to imagine that the scaling would be discernable.

    If your show requires a ton of rack focus moves then by all means rent Cine glass, but if there are only a few then the scale ramp kludge is a great option for those of us planning to use still lenses.
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    Very nice, thanks Evin. Do you happen to have any xmas lights around the house for bokeh?
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    thanks Evin.
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    Very nice. Confirms my decision to use Nikon glass. I can handle a little breathing...

    Can't wait to see more tests!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brook Willard View Post
    Very nice, thanks Evin. Do you happen to have any xmas lights around the house for bokeh?
    No christmas lights, I do however have my new Bokeh-A-Lizer (Patent pending:D). What cha' think?


    What do you guys think of the zoomify shot, do I need to include full res downloadable files too?

    I've revised the Bokeh test so the out of focus highlight dosen't clip. I think that is what was resposible or the star effect.
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    :D Thanks!
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