So normal consists of two "magic exposures" blended in-camera into a "normal looking" image? And magic lets you record all the info and combine them to your preference in post?
Is the selection process of HDRx a one-way street? In other words, if I select to do the processing in post when I decide to shoot HDRx, dial in +6 stops, and then in post realize there were problems with motion blur, or some other artifact that I missed, can the footage revert to non-HDRx R3d raw? I'm guessing not, but just wondered how Murphy proof this is likely to be?
WIll there be a "magic latitude protection mode" in the development software, so that max sensor latitude is mapped smartly into the different ISO ratings?
(I know I ask for more answers than I deserve...)
One word = Boss....
Congrats Jim and the RED Boys! I can't wait to see some footage, and hopefully this will get transferred into Scarlet!! :)
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