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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Daz View Post
    Same problem here!

    I have a RED Scarlet-W and today I've noticed about this problem. Almost all the footage I shoot today is unusable. Also, I've been checking all my latest footage and I found this problem in a more subtle way in other scenes.
    I'm using XEEN lenses.


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    Wow that looks horrible....it looks like focus assist.
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    Is it chromatic aberration?
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    It's most likely some lens CA.

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    @daniel, do you have R3Ds? I see lens related CA, which is a known thing about the Xeens, but I want to check out your REDCODE RAW and all that.
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    Yes, an R3D (just a single frame would do) would allow us to debug this more effectively.

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    I've never seen CA that looks like that....and I've shot with Xeens.
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    I forget to say that I solved the problem ticking on Resolve: "force debayer resolution to highest quality".
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