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    Red Leader Jannard's Avatar
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    This was shot by David Fincher on a RED ONE with a Mysterium-X sensor at ISO 2000 and a Master Prime at T 1.3 (or slightly stopped down from there). Key light is only a match. When the match goes out, Leo's face goes black.

    There is absolutely no noise reduction in this shot.

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    Holly shit!
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    Is there something left to for Monstro?
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    Great success!
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    Wow! Amazing.
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    This shot looked great projected. I was blown away by how bright Leo's face was when the match was struck. I had a chance to play with the clip in RedCineX and it looked great. I set the ISO at 2000 and used the new REDColor and REDGamma and there was good room for grading. Very exciting.
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    Genious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Is there something left to for Monstro?
    Good question...
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    Monstro would add a few more stops, but this is hands down enough for my book...Damn it Jim this looks too good. As someone who does majority of my shooting with natural light, this could not come sooner! Thanks for posting.
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