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  1. #1 Quck Ad shot on Komodo 
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    Here's a quick ad shot on Komodo, ..

    18-35 sigma, .. just found lighting and used the INTERNAL mic for sound.



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    Curtis,

    The skintones look great under what appears to be fluorescent lighting.
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    Lookin' good Curtis!
    Thanks for sharing :)

    Internal mic sounds very decent.
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    Got to hand it to Red for letting out footage from Komodo with no control over it . It would take a lot of guts to just start handing out cameras and letting everyone post their footage of a brand new camera system. Not many camera manufactures would do it . Especially since this camera is of the most widely anticipated camera of the year. And, I'm not judging this footage as good or bad in anyway .
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    Pretty impressive if it was nothing but ambient light in that mixed light environment. I think that gives you a good idea of what kind of adversity it can handle. Audio... In the context of it was the built-in nat mic, it sounded ok, but in the absolute sense, he needed to be mic’d.
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    Thanks for sharing, Curtis! I agree with others-- like how it handles mixed lighting, and am surprised by the quality of the internal mic. (Better than it has to be just for a sync scratch track.)

    (And I still don't have a clue about what a manifold does, but this looks like a damn good one!)
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    Thanks for posting Curtis.
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    Curtis - did you do any kind of color correction or grade? Footage looks good!
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    2 Thumbs up. Nice look. As Rand said skin tones look pretty amazing considering just florescent.
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    Looks very impressive, Curtis. Thanks for sharing.
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