Here's a question that I've read a lot on but still haven't gotten my mind 100% around:
I've just been gifted a Sekonic L-758Cine (yeah, it's awesome! haha) and am going to work on a couple of projects where I'll be able to get a profile from the cameras (Alexa, RED, Canon C300, etc).
Now, I've never worked with Ansel Adam's Zone System before, but I know the basics of it's 11 stage (0 to X) tonal system and how between each value (V to VI) there is a 1-Stop difference.
My question is: with a camera that has 14+ Stops of dynamic range, how would one go about fitting those 3 - 4 extra stops in calculating what falls on what part of the system. If we fit those 14+ stops into the Zone System, the difference between V and VI wouldn't necessarily be a full Stop, would it?