I posted on this issue as well. I had shot some aerials of an oil rig using an 18mm Red Pro Prime. When I looked at the footage in RCX at 100% I was shocked! I thought I had somehow shot everything 'out of focus' and I was really worried that my client would kill me since the chopper had already left the oil platform. Looking at the footage 'full frame' everything looked fine but at 100% it was definitely SOFT! When I got back to Houston I met up with a friend who owns an Epic and we did a test with his Zeiss compact primes. We loaded them into RCX and popped into 100% and guess what? His was just as soft. I felt vindicated that I hadn't shot my aerials out of focus but also very upset that the image was not sharp. I began to wonder if 100% on RCX was in fact a 'magnification' of the image in which case the softness would be understandable. But IF in fact I were looking at the true 100% image in all it's glory- I would be very underwhelmed.
Are you saying that 100% in RCX the image should be clean and sharp? I have also done some research after posting my experience and several people that seemed knowledgeable stated that it was normal and that was how RED's debayering affects the image. Now I'm not sure what to believe.