Hi all. . .
A friend of mine brought his brand new Scarlet (with Canon) mount over to our house today to do some comparison tests, and I have to say, I really liked the new camera.
In doing a test, we lit a candle and illuminated a book shelf using that candle and nothing else. While both cameras had virtually identical noise characteristics, I did not expect the ABSOLUTELY HUGE difference between the contrast of the Scarlet to the contrast of my M-X One. It is sooooooo different, it almost appears as if we shot the One in a seriously thick haze.
I do not see anything on the OLPF. We used the same settings in the same position using the very same lens (not a different lens with the same settings, but the very same lens). What possible explanation could there be for this enormous contrast, and what can be done to eliminate the "fog" in my machine?