I've been reviewing clips I shot over the weekend in Moab, and I have to admit that I'm seeing the same thing, noise even in very well-lit shots, in any areas mid-tones and darker. Eyeing the histogram as I was shooting, I was worried that I was over-exposing a bit, as we had some fast glass out on a sunny day. Nothing clipped in the high end, but I am surprised at the fuzz in the mids and lows.
I black shaded when I did the upgrade, I don't have time or the battery power to do one each time out in the field, I'm moving fast and gunning it as things happen.
It's gotta be something I'm doing (or not doing), but I am seeing what you're seeing, apparently.
And it sure does. I wish I knew what it was. Most of my work right now is shooting concerts. Having a noisy image even when something is lit properly isn't ideal. I guess for me it's things that are Mid's are even having grain and noise patterns appearing. Which I didn't see before, even in pure daylight. Could it be my sensor rather than the upgrade? I'd love to know whats going on, but I guess everything has to run through NeatVideo for the time being which isn't optimal, and wasn't having to be done before...
I see more noise in the blacks and grays since the last update. Even in RedGamma2
You can go back to 2.0.8?
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