Glad you found the source of your problem.
But also keep in mind that part of the brilliance of Red is that their engineers think far off into the future. Graeme has been quite clear that sharpening a picture in-camera can be quite detrimental to resizing later. Apparently the Red team prefers to keep the Red pipeline as clean as possible, which means that you can sharpen the image yourself, and be surprised at how well it works, without introducting ringing and artifacting!
Red is not like the other camera companies, so some of the traditional no-no's for post processing don't always apply. I wish this were emphasized more often.
Try it . . . you'll like it.
thanks McDiver.. ill keep that in mind.. I guess i like razor sharp stuff but its clear its a question of taste. to me it all looks out of focus :D
On a Sony EX-1 I didn't even find a menu to switch off sharpening (or at least turn it down). Even A Canon HV20 can do it…
Speaking of HV20, it amuses me how similar its cinemode looks to RED footage at 1:1 pixel scale.
actually my hv20 looked sharper than my hvx :D Especially when connected via HDMI to my plasma.. sold my hvx before you can say supercalifragilisticexpialidocious :)
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