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    We are doing the final tweaks now... and I'm glad we took the extra time. Graeme has really put a lot of effort in this one.

    The camera firmware and RCX-Pro will be released at the same time and the SDK will be updated pronto.

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    Is there going to be a timelapse in this next build because that would be really nice. Can't wait to see what the new gamma and color look like.
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    THANKS FOR FINDING PERFECTION ...
    This very important for us ...
    Hope that Blackmagic Desing stay informed about this important update for DaVinci Resolve ...
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    Would love to see some Before/After shots to really drive home the improvement. Especially from the old CameraRGB colorspace.
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    Crossing fingers for a before Tuesday release so I can start my next shoot with the firmware and new color space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    You could get there with all the older color science options... but it sure is a lot easier now. Getting the color right with some of the older ones was an "art". Now it is one setting.

    At 1st blush, you may just see subtle differences in REDcolor3 but it is a complete remapping of the color space and REDgamma3 makes a much better image on your monitor. It also makes a better dailies starting point... but I'm quite sure trained professionals will do a DI in REDcolor3 and REDlogFilm. REDcolor3 is probably the bigger update but REDgamma3 is a welcome improvement.

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    Thank you for the preview shots. The new color looks outstanding. It seems noticeably more "real" under all conditions posted, though some of it might be that I am looking for the improvement. A see a side-by-side would help us non-DPs tell the difference a little easier, but I definitely want to say that it looks significantly better. RG3 also has a nice contrasty look, with great highlight response. That might also have to do with RC3 I suppose. I can't wait to play with the new (digital) developing solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    You could get there with all the older color science options... but it sure is a lot easier now. Getting the color right with some of the older ones was an "art". Now it is one setting.
    Yup. Things are getting to the point where I am teaching ENG (video-only) people how to use RED in their daily work as an alternative to the DSLRs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    At 1st blush, you may just see subtle differences in REDcolor3 but it is a complete remapping of the color space and REDgamma3 makes a much better image on your monitor. It also makes a better dailies starting point... but I'm quite sure trained professionals will do a DI in REDcolor3 and REDlogFilm. REDcolor3 is probably the bigger update but REDgamma3 is a welcome improvement.

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    RedlogFilm isn't going anywhere anytime soon for a lot of applications.
    A total remapping of the colours tingles my imagination, though... :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    It is pretty fun opening up old files again. The original M sensor never looked so good.

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    Bang!

    Right on the nose :)

    Will be SOOOO much easier and faster to color correct!!!

    Look at those red variations....the slight orange tint in the nose of the car...the deep red in Coca-Cola ad, the dark red on Bud ad.

    The image is not large, but it seems to have superb deep but well defined dark grey to black too :)

    WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    We are doing the final tweaks now... and I'm glad we took the extra time. Graeme has really put a lot of effort in this one.

    The camera firmware and RCX-Pro will be released at the same time and the SDK will be updated pronto.

    Jim
    Looks and sounds great, Jim! Can't wait to be able to try it!
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