Just a really nice job on this video, explains it really well Jay. You really know how to communicate and educate.
Most people would say the "native" ISO of the camera (raw sensor) is 320, not 800. When you look at 320 ISO (at 23.98 fps in a 23.98fps timebase with 180 degree shutter) and then toggle raw view, the image's exposure is nearly identical before and after toggling. At 800 ISO the image is much brighter than the raw.
Yes Eric. A lot of people have this opinion. not everyone, but a lot.
So thank you once again!
First of it's kind. Shot based, multiple camera specific tutorials... Gonna be killer
Wow, I actually really learned something from that video.
Introspectively, I thought I knew what the graphics by histogram represented, but I was dead wrong. I always thought the histogram and goal posts were tied into the same thing, and signaled clipping at the low and top end.
Thanks for the video, Jay.
I have been provided a red102 acc where I work and have been using it for almost a month now. He is a great educator of complicated things that are taught in a direct and simple way.
We just added a new video last night. I am so glad you guys like them!
Jay thanks for posting that video! I found it very helpful.
I did along the lines of what you said and when I go to 1:1 and even come out of 1:1 i'm still getting noise even in a well lit situation even when the ISO is at 400, nothing really changes as far as the noise level when I go to 800. Any advice or thoughts on this? I can't seem to not have noise in my picture. I've asked RED for help multiple times as no on I really know has been able to fix the problem, but I seem to get dropped off the radar after a few emails back and forth.
I've done Blackshading as well.
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