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  1. #1 RAW in viewfinder, REC709 on monitor 
    Is it possible to feed an external LCD with REC709 and see REDRAW for exposure in the viewfinder, if it is how and what will be the metadata in the clips after copying

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    Senior Member Brandon Fraley's Avatar
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    currently no, although I imagine that might be possible in a future firmware build
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    No, on the RED-ONE camera the EVF, LCD, HDMI and HD-SDI all use a common monitor path (and LUT) so you can't have that facility.
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    I always use the RAW mode.

    I do what I've done when using a video assist for the clients monitor: applying a "grade" by tweaking contrast, saturation and brightness with the monitors buttons. Worked then and works know. Red is not WYSIWYG.

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    but this means when you want RAW in viewfinder you get default meta to redspace-redspace
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    Quote Originally Posted by mahvo View Post
    but this means when you want RAW in viewfinder you get default meta to redspace-redspace
    is this a big deal?
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    Actually, raw in viewfinder is Camera RGB-REC709 in redalert.
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