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#1 Scott Goldberg

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 09:30 PM

I'm looking to use one basic PP setting for shooting. This is my "wish list" of what I'd like:

 

 

No bleeding of reds and dark colors
No muddy shades of color
Most dynamic range for color correction ( if needed, some shots if not many, won't need it)
Little to no video noise
Least aliasing
Flatest profile (not essential but a plus)

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:30 AM

That's the "ARRI Alexa" setting  ;)


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Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:41 AM

Ha ha! Seriously though, what's the closest settings or settings needed to get that?



#4 Ian Anderson

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 08:39 PM

Here are all the pages I've found that mention FS700 pp's. There's surprisingly few!

 

Abelcine

http://blog.abelcine...-from-abelcine/

 

Alister Chapman's maximum DR pp

http://www.xdcam-use...97&p=1647#p1647

 

'nLOG'

http://noahyv.com/in...id=24&Itemid=29

 

Some settings Frank Glencairn used at some point or another (!)

http://blog.domislji...-footage-specs/

 

Have you tried any of these out?

 

Picture profiles are still a bit of a dark art to me, so I've just been following the lead of those above who know a lot more than I about what each individual setting does! So far I've shot with nLOG and it came out alright I guess!

 

It would be wonderful though if Sony teamed up with Deluxe, Technicolor or similar to produce a Cinestyle-like pp and LUT for FS700 users. It would be a great compromise to make up for a lack of S-LOG.






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