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    Low light screen shots - amazing
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    So part of this shoot I did friday included an after party at a bar. Here are a couple screen shots, its shocking how much light this camera pulls out of nothing.

    I used a nikon 50mm 1.4 @f2 and f2.8 (tight shots, shallow dof, pretty noticable) and a tokina 11-16 @2.8(wider shots, also pretty obvious). I kept my db at 21 and shutter was either 48 or 96 depending on the lens. Please note that it was in a bar/dancing area so the lights were all colored, i kept my WB at 3200K to be consistant. All shot at 1080p24.










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    21 db and you can't even tell, love it!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by LiamR View Post
    21 db and you can't even tell, love it!!
    I know right? even in the blacks, no visible noise. Insane!


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    Wow! Really is the best nightcamera -

    What was your gamma curve?

    I've found with the cinematones, they look lovely in daylight but can suck the life out night shots.

    I'm imagining 'standard' or '709' ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Bennett View Post
    Wow! Really is the best nightcamera -What was your gamma curve?I've found with the cinematones, they look lovely in daylight but can suck the life out night shots.I'm imagining 'standard' or '709' ?
    cinematone1 or 2 can't remember


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    love them! How would 21 db translate in ISO? Will you upload the footage somewhere?


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    It is around 6400 ISO according to AbelCine


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    Quote Originally Posted by -Sandro- View Post
    love them! How would 21 db translate in ISO? Will you upload the footage somewhere?
    eventually, i am not putting together the video but when the guy who employed me puts up a video ill let you guys know.


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    God yes this camera is amazing in low light. I have some shots from a very similar situation (with that 50mm 1.4) and it just shocked me.

    Ill post some later, although I can not post video either .


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    I love the low light. I also see Ableton Live running on those computers Just starting learning that app recently.
    formerly know as grimepoch.


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