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dreamweave productionsRED epic loss of information, why!
by on Feb 16, 2012 at 12:56:14 pm

Recently, when shooting a well lit, stable product, at an ISO of 640 and at 200fps we were getting discolouring and noise appearing in the dark areas of the scene, there appeared to be no real reason for this, as the main point we were focusing on was well lit and perfectly exposed.
When exposing this more for the background, it of course got rid of this, but why would it become noisy when the point of exposure was perfectly exposed?

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David BattistellaRe: RED epic loss of information, why!
by on Feb 16, 2012 at 4:53:45 pm

A bit more information.

1. What was the compression set to? at 200 you should be able to shoot 5 or 6:1 which is very clean

2. Why type of lighting were you using?

3. Can you post and R3D or an example of the noise?

David

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dreamweave productionsRe: RED epic loss of information, why!
by on Feb 16, 2012 at 5:23:52 pm

1. What was the compression set to? at 200 you should be able to shoot 5 or 6:1 which is very clean

we were shooting 8:1 i believe. The lighting was good, got a flicker if you shot at 2K, they were 3200K color temp.

will get a screen shot up shortly, thanks for the help!



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David BattistellaRe: RED epic loss of information, why!
by on Mar 7, 2012 at 8:40:25 am

You would get flicker if you do not shoot a multiple of the electrical system you are working in.

You have to always tune the speed and shutter angle to the lighting you are using. Daylight never has flicker, but you have to adjust whenever you are using tungsten or HMI lighting.

David

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