rawshooter Posted July 20, 2020 Share Posted July 20, 2020 19 minutes ago, Chris Whitten said: What about 3200? Neither. That's the problem. If you expose according to meters at 3200, you're actually two stops under. You will only see that when you import the CinemaDNG footage into Resolve. And "Profile off" doesn't help with that or change it in any way, unfortunately. That's why I wrote that we're talking past each other. The only workaround is to set the camera to ISO 800, meter, and then crank ISO up to 3200 while leaving aperture and shutter speed unchanged. But then you have a 2 stops overexposed camera display, no matter whether you're internally or externally monitoring. That's why I said that a custom LUT that pushes down external HDMI monitor display by 2 stops might be a workaround (but not really, since everything that will be clipped in the ISO 3200 preview display will still remain visually clipped.) PannySVHS 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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