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  1. #1 Looking for LL Samples from a GEMINI 
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    Hey REDUsers,

    My production company and I are working on a commercial and will be shooting in some extreme low light situations outdoors (Night, Moonlight, etc). Does anyone have any moonlight or extreme low light filming samples that they wouldn't mind sharing? ISO 3200-12,800 would be amazing. We're in between a GEMINI or sticking with an A7S II that we have access to. Thanks!

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    https://www.red.com/sample-r3d-files

    Don't know if you have seen these three clips :) I can tell you the beach stuff was pretty freaking dark with only some ambient light.
    You don't have to see something to believe in it, but you have to believe in something to see it.
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    I fucked the De-squeeze/Crop of the Color Corrected/Graded Resolve example below, but you get the idea






    Quick test Video




    http://downloads.red.com.s3.amazonaw...to1redcode.zip



    GEMINI 5K S35
    5K 1.7:1 (5120 x 3000)
    47.95 fps
    REDCODE 5:1
    Low Light Mode
    DSMC2 Standard OLPF
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    Hey all, checked out those clips already. Curious if anyone has samples at night or in very dark environments at 6400 or 12,800 ISO.
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    Here are some clips I just shot within a few minutes of each other, so the light should be pretty consistent between them. These are all 5K WS 3:1, using the standard OLPF. They're going to take a while to upload to Dropbox, so they might not be ready for a couple hours. You have some high-frequency detail, some light sources, and some smooth sky. Let me know if something else would be more helpful.

    ISO 12800: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jv4j20m7ah...B.RDC.zip?dl=0
    ISO 12800: https://www.dropbox.com/s/akeepiscgk...Z.RDC.zip?dl=0
    ISO 6400: https://www.dropbox.com/s/o30zakroey...3.RDC.zip?dl=0
    ISO 1600: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xbha87tswy...S.RDC.zip?dl=0 (with a bonus lightning flash)
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    Thanks a lot Alan!
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    Alan,


    The others are still uploading. However, here is your Original 1600 ISO clip(Top), and a grade I made along with a little "Temporal" Noise Reduction(bottom)





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    Alan,


    Here is one of the 12800 Iso images I brought down to 3200 Iso and again I used a little "Temporial" noise reduction, with a warm grade





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    From 12800 to 2500 "Temporial" noise reduction





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    Here's a link to a 2048 x 864 2.37 file from wetransfer of the before and after for the two 12800 ISO clips and the one 6400 ISO clip all brought down to 3200 ISO with a very slight "Temporial" Noise Reduction with grades. I didn't want to post Alan's clips on YouTube as they are not mine so I thought this would be a better option.

    362MB
    https://we.tl/t-JoaDF6zh9Z


    Here's a link to a 4096 x 1728 2.37 file


    516MB
    https://we.tl/t-yYfI7q1wY3
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