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#1 Mike Brennan

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Posted 20 May 2005 - 09:30 AM

Three questions aimed at exploraning our interpretation of rgb vs Filmstream.

1/Any difference in dynamic range between rgb and film stream?

2/Which mode best handles details in highlights without affecting mid range?

3/ Given a typical exterior location on a low budget movie, where say a hot sky is not controllable which would be a better choice, filmstream or RGB?


To keep the question on topic :) consider;

(i)both modes use same 12 bit AD in camera.

(ii) CCDs themselves will overload in the same manner day in day out, no mattter what recording method.

(iii) Filmstream allocates more bits to shadows.


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Posted 06 July 2005 - 07:11 PM

Some of these questions are being reffered to in Viper News thread.



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