The footage was massively overexposed and white balance was off by several thousand degrees Kelvin. Still figuring things out... hehe https://youtu.be/eM9j2VxjBpk
The RED Komodo LCD showing the histogram, the traffic lights (to the left of the histogram) and focus peaking (cyan). The underexposure traffic lights are all on, indicating that shadow information in the red, green and blue channels is being clipped. We pulled focus using the RED Control app on our iPhone until peaking appeared... Continue Reading →
HDTVTest, in their review of the Sony A95K QD-OLED, compare it to the Samsung S95B, which shares the same QD-OLED panel. After running footage on a loop with the same APL for several minutes, the Samsung becomes noticeably darker while the Sony picture maintains its brightness, owing to a heat dissipation layer that reduces the... Continue Reading →
Here's a rundown of the true cost of a bare bones Komodo setup, including approved media, power, card reader, battery charger, SDI surge protector, cage, SDI module for the Ninja V and the least expensive compatible Canon RF mount lens: RED Komodo 6K Body, AC Power Adaptor, Mini World Travel Adaptor Kit, Canon RF to... Continue Reading →
We ended up returning the Dragon and are currently shopping around for a Komodo for the following reasons. (1) The Dragon isn’t repairable, while the Komodo comes with a 1-year warranty. (2) The Komodo is much smaller and lighter (2.1 lbs vs. 5 lbs) and accepts smaller batteries, ideal for balancing on a gimbal like... Continue Reading →
A must-read article over at flatpanelshd.
This is our very first video shot on a gimbal with ProRes RAW. To mount the Ninja V on the DJI RS 2, we used a SmallRig monitor mount. With the Sony 50mm f/1.2 GM, it's a fairly hefty combo. Graded in Final Cut Pro. https://youtu.be/AOOrn2IwHWk
In the past, we've written about LG's hidden menu that allows users to change the working color space, but frustratingly, the P3-D65 option is cosmetic only. The following is word-for-word from Ted Aspiotis' post over at Lift Gamma Gain, where he explains how to set up your LG TV for P3-D65: LG WRGB OLEDs work... Continue Reading →