Sounds amazing. Hope I have the money when it becomes available for the Scarlet.
Last edited by Vadim Bobkovsky; 08-10-2012 at 08:45 AM.
This is fantastic. Scarlet has been blowing my mind every time I've used it since the beginning of the year. But the improved low light performance with a cleaner image is going to be very very welcome. The only other thing (other than those nice high frame rates of course) that I would truly like to see is an improved silent or close to silent fan for the camera...
I'm actually kinda excited for this one....
I personally don't care about 5k or 6k or 8k or so on...
but I do care about dynamic range, and better low light accommodations, so this excites me:)
I just presented my "RED, CINEMA 4D, NUKE" workflow at Siggraph (Exhibition) on our booth, and bragged that the Dragon might provide 15 stops and has the ability to add more with HDR-X.
Why do you need to prove me wrong the day after (16 stops), hehe. Seriously, all of that sounds great and I look forward to update next year.
I love the concept since I saw it during NAB'06 and it is getting better and better.
Can't we just do away with HDRx after the Dragon upgrade? It seems HDRx would really push the data envelope utilizing a 6k sensor, especially one with lower compression ratios.
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