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  1. #1 Tim Daust: "Haley at the Mill" RED KOMODO 6K TEST FOOTAGE 
    More Test footage has been released curtesy of Tim Daust!

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    He used IRND, is it necessary with this sensor?
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    I still see that yellowish cast on her face I've see with other Red cameras. However this camera is still in the pre-production phase. This could have also been due to the IRND filter used, any makeup which was used in certain scenes, or the way the sunset reflected off of the foliage in certain scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    I still see that yellowish cast on her face I've see with other Red cameras. However this camera is still in the pre-production phase. This could have also been due to the IRND filter used, any makeup which was used in certain scenes, or the way the sunset reflected off of the foliage in certain scenes.

    I don't see it so much on BG elements. Is this a skin tone thing or it seems like bounce from below. Can you give us more info on the surrounding elements of what might give off light or bounce.? Because when she is next to the brick wall Im not seeing as much. Could be the sun smashing some leaves that give off a lot of yellow.
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    Russ,

    In most of the other scenes from Tim's video, as you stated, the skintones looked great. It's just seems to occur in certain scenes. I saw other scenes where she was surrounded by foliage and the skintones looked good, but in those scenes the female talent was in shade.

    Maybe it was simple a case of the sunlight bouncing off foilage in certain scenes in some odd way that caused this. Tim may have used a gold reflector to maybe warm up the face, I'm not really sure.We could just simply write-this-off as the way the light hit the front element of the Helios lens , which I believe has a slight yellow cast to it and could have been used to shot the scenes in question.
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    That is light Rand.
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    So you're saying that the warmer yellow face and upper neck In contrast to the cooler upper chest and lower neck looks normal? It could just be her tan line or a power window was used or makeup was applied but it just doesn't look normal at least to me. But I may be wrong.

    Here's another example.

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    This is what I mean. Here is a Gif. File which includes first my correction, I should have put them in reverse order but too lazy to go back and do it so...., and last the original image I previously brought attention to. look at the color of the Face and Neck In relation to the upper Chest and Shoulder area in both.

    At first playback, my image will have a little glitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    look at the color of the Face and Neck In relation to the upper Chest and Shoulder area in both.
    I think that's probably reality. Most people have different color skin in their face/necks than shoulders/chest.
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