My questions already got lost i think so i'll ask one more time just in case it will be seen the second time haha.
First, is the 1.8" ssd reader essential for uploading clips? Or can you upload without it?
Second, what is the uploading like? Do you just drag your clips off of the drive onto the computer? Or is there some other process?
Nov. 30th announcement.
Was wondering if the HDR can be used for motion as well as stills on the Scarlet?
now, of course - you could use even that for time-lapse motion. some have speculated there will be HDR video capabilities... I doubt it very much so.
though, i think with the latitude of the RAWs you could generate HDR from a single clip by essentially "baking out" your footage at say 3 different levels, and using your favorite tone-mapper (I like Photoshop) to generate your images frame by frame (simple automations or batch processing).
I would love it if someone with One could run some tests.
(or send me some files and I'll run some)
I am curious about the ethernet data transfer. I heard there were some connectivity issues with this type of connection before. I think I read this when I was researching a DROBO disk storage device. It had the ethernet connection, but people mentioned issues that needed to be worked out with that. ?? IDK, maybe safe to just plan for a SSD reader.
And given the info about the Canon lenses and capable line/mm resolution... I am starting to lean towards the 8X fixed after a year of wanting the 2/3" cinema with a Canon mount. At least I know what I am getting into before it's too late!
For capturing HDR motion, at low frame rates, why couldn't you just not reset after the read and say read three times in a row?
I don't see why this wouldn't be possible. I think it would be hit or miss for awhile until people understood what kind of settings they would need, but I don't see why it wouldn't be doable. Getting the right lens speed will be important, but it would be pretty cool.
Essentially, at the minimum, you'd get three frames in a row at different exposures and then reset. Given the scarlet can do 150 frames per second, this should NOT be a hard thing to do in camera. Now, seeing anything ON the camera in HDR is not gonna happen, but in post is where you work the magic like you do with a still.
Sound pretty cool to me!
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