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    Senior Member rbirnbaum's Avatar
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    Guys, I would shoot a grey card and expose for that in Cine EI. Any underexposed image will lead to artifacts, and your hand looks -3 -4 stops. If you are reducing sharpening you are shooting in custom mode, and who knows what else may be active in your menus.

    I would do the following:
    Camera in CINEEI
    Base ISO

    Shoot a grey card. Meter and match lens to meter.
    Check for FPN

    Shoot a grey card. Meter and underexpose by 1 stop

    Shoot a grey card. Meter and underexpose by 2 stops.

    and so on. Try in 24p and 50/60p. You may need to expose closer to middle grey. Dunno... but yeah, something is going on and shooting random subjects is not going to give any conclusions.

    If you guys test the above, pos the results, cause now I can't wait to know. I swear I will do the same for the F35 so that we can all see which one is better or not... Have a great weekend!


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    I myself am not having any issues anymore (for now), but if something comes up i will def do your tests mentioned above.
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    I'll see what I can do about that.
    I will say the lthough the major point of interest for me (in my case) is that it's there in images shot in 50/60p but not in 24/25p.

    This particular image wasn't a great example, but for some other shots that are better exposed I've still been able to see a patterning with my eye and of course it becomes more visible with increased gain.
    It's the process of describing it over the internet that's the tricky part.


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    well when shooting with the SRW1, all issues vanish. I had to capture via the IF box because i still need to get a power supply for the srw1's srpc dock which will be plugged into my mac pro via a AJA K3 breakout box using the Kona 3 card. FCP 7 is a total life saver... i honestly feel like the other programs were seeing PSF as an interlaced signal and i was getting some weird interference because of it. Long live FCP 7 :b

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    Gorgeous!


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    Quote Originally Posted by James0b57 View Post
    Gorgeous!
    Not bad for a piece of crap SD Canon lens ay?
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