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    In case anyone else is interested, I'll upload a few videos as I analyze the footage I shot with the FX9 Sony that loaned me last weekend.
    Here's one test I'd love to hear what other people think before I reveal what the clips are. What do you like better, A, B, or C?

    I think can you can download the ProRes HQ file if you want to get a better look.
    Password: TEST1




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    A, the others seem to have a color haze, red/purple and greenish (on my laptop).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Publimix View Post
    A, the others seem to have a color haze, red/purple and greenish (on my laptop).
    Hmmm, a haze that has so many different colors. Very interesting.


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    Here's another one. Probably the last one for a couple of days, at least. Gotta get some regular work done.

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    A and C were about the same hue but my impression of A was very slightly too much exposure on girl #2. In C, there was more separation of her face/forehead from the wave in background.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Jensen View Post
    Hmmm, a haze that has so many different colors. Very interesting.
    Ha ha

    I mean B seems to be more red and C a bit green, that was my first impression.

    So I like A the most.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Jensen View Post
    In case anyone else is interested, I'll upload a few videos as I analyze the footage I shot with the FX9 Sony that loaned me last weekend.
    Here's one test I'd love to hear what other people think before I reveal what the clips are. What do you like better, A, B, or C?

    I think can you can download the ProRes HQ file if you want to get a better look.
    Password: TEST1

    Doug, the clip I see when I log in is the same clip shown in Barry Green's Panasonic DVX200 e-manual (scene files) published back in 2016. Is your link correct?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uGCo1lsa1M
    Last edited by nutmegger; 11-13-2019 at 12:22 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegger View Post
    Doug, the clip I see when I log in is the same clip shown in Barry Green's Panasonic DVX200 e-manual (scene files) published back in 2016. Is your link correct?
    I have no idea why you'd be seeing some old video by Barry. Both of my links above are correct. I just tested them both, and it seems Tom also watched them both successfully.
    They are on Vimeo not Youtube, and you have to use the passwords.

    Password: TEST1
    https://vimeo.com/372923300

    Password: TEST2
    https://vimeo.com/372935520


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