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    My assistant Brent J.Craig wanted to do an infrared test after the comparison test we shoot last week. We only had a 2K tungsten light (full spot) to test with. But you can see the vast improvements in the new sensor!

    Both shots have a Rosco IR held over the top 1/4 of the frame. It is noticable on the Mysterium sensor - but invisible on the MX.

    Both shots were done simaultaneously with an ND 1.2.

    Nice work RED!

    (EDIT:I have reposted a new image that was processed through REDCINE-X later in this thread. That image is much more accurate in terms of a comparison)
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    Thanks Dylan,

    Looks like IR-contamniation is not an issue anymore. Great.

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    very good illustration of this. thanks dylan and brent.
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    Great example Dylan, thanks for sharing it!
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    Great example! thanks for doing that.
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    Thanks for doing this test and posting the results- but I am having trouble interpreting the image- why is the jacket white in one shot and brown in the other? I thought these were taken at the same time under the same conditions ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan E. Walters View Post
    Thanks for doing this test and posting the results- but I am having trouble interpreting the image- why is the jacket white in one shot and brown in the other? I thought these were taken at the same time under the same conditions ...
    They were shot at the same time with identical ISO's (I think 320), T-stops and ND's.

    There are going to be inherent differences in the two sensors - but that isn't what this portion of the test was about - it is more about looking at IR.

    I opened the files up in REDALERT (I know - old school). Used Camera RGB color space and REDSPACE gamma. Then output TIFF's and converted to JPEG.
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    Thanks for the info. That is quite a color shift between the two. Was the same brand of ND used for each one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan E. Walters View Post
    Thanks for the info. That is quite a color shift between the two. Was the same brand of ND used for each one?
    Same brand. Same lenses (Cookes) - same everything - except sensor.
    Pretty impressive!
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