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Phil Parkinson

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  1. Frustrating that this issue is so prevalent, and yet there isn't one solution anywhere on the entire forum? You would expect someone to acknowledge that there is an issue: "we're working on it" or "this is what you do to fix it"
  2. Seems like loads of FCPX users are experiencing this issue and there isn't a solution to it. You click "Show HDR as Raw values" but the footage is still super washed out and unusable. It gets smashed at about 50IRE. When you apply the EOS Match Color Lut, it doesn't solve the issue... Does anyone has any ideas of the fix?
  3. this is exactly what has happened to me.. did you manage to get a resolution?
  4. I've just bought and started to use V4 of Pro Color with my A7R3. The colors straight out of the camera are amazing - the best I've ever gotten from a Sony camera (even with grading) - so THANK YOU Andrew Reid. I am having however having problems exposing Pro Color HDR. I exposed them as per the instructions (I.e. balanced) and as you can see in my view below, the image is perfectly exposed. BUT... If you look at the bar below the video, it shows you how they are imported. All of the clips I shot with the Pro Color HDR profile are badly blown out and unusable. I'm sure I'm doing something very basic wrong, but I can't figure out what that is. Please advise. Thank you ! Phil
  5. Found the exposure section in the guide. Expose everything to 0 on the light meters. Over-expose s-log by 1.5-2 stops x
  6. Hi Guys, I have searched the forum, but I can't find any info on how to expose for these Profiles. I presume Pro Log S as it runs off S-log 2 is exposed 2 stops over? What about Pro Log Cinema - does this also need to be overexposed - if so by how much? And the 3 Pro Color Modes, Pro Color, XR and DW - what's the ideal way to expose these? Thanks in advance. x
  7. Hi Guys, I have a Sony A7R3 and I can't figure out how in "M" mode to display the resolution and frame rate that i have dialled in for video. On the A7S2, you just click "disp" a few times and it pops up on the top of the screen. So I can't figure out what frame rate or resolution I'm shooting in without digging into the menus. It sucks. Does anyone know how to resolve this? Thanks
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