Comparing the Cinema Camera: Part 2 The Impact of 12-bit RAW

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steve connor

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Re: Comparing the Cinema Camera: Part 2 The Impact of 12-bit

PostMon Feb 04, 2013 2:44 pm

rick.lang wrote:
Theodore Prentice wrote:lol rawcam35, I fully believe rick lang was being totally sarcastic.


Thanks, Theodore! It was a satirical response to those people that are never satisfied by what others post in the spirit of trying to be helpful. .


I believe sarcasm isn't taught in many countries around the globe and is also difficult to understand when English is your second language, perhaps in future a clearly defined label that your post is sarcasm or at the very least a smiley at the end would help everyone to see the humour in it? :D
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Re: Comparing the Cinema Camera: Part 2 The Impact of 12-bit

PostSun Mar 09, 2014 7:19 am

danap wrote:For me there where is a BEFORE and an AFTER the BMCC..


My sentiment exactly :) Add BMPCC Pocket now, of course.

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Re: Comparing the Cinema Camera: Part 2 The Impact of 12-bit

PostSun Mar 09, 2014 12:09 pm

I also think that this video confuses people, mistaking bit depth with dynamic range. Bit depth is there to avoid luminance and color banding when color grading.

Like this http://reymendoza.com/wp-content/upload ... mple01.png

*nasty old man's tone* Poeple are making these videos, getting praised, but! With great power of making tutorial videos comes a great responsibility! People could now think that while recording to an external recorder while having uncopressed 10bit output from a dslr like the new sony alpha, you can suddenly have more dynamic range than in 8bit format... And then become totally disappointed.
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Re: Comparing the Cinema Camera: Part 2 The Impact of 12-bit

PostSun Mar 09, 2014 3:27 pm

You can change all a tiff sequence BMCC with camera raw and then load it into da vinci with these changes?
I try to do and I da vinci case to changes in camera raw.

Thanx!
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Re: Comparing the Cinema Camera: Part 2 The Impact of 12-bit

PostWed Mar 12, 2014 9:19 am

Thank you for the video! It makes me happy to see that I, with limited color correction skills, am nowhere near getting the maximum out of this camera. I have to say though that I shoot mostly in ProRes, but even that, compared to my old Canon DSLR footage holds up SO much better in post.

As for the 2.1 version of this comparison - too bad its not video. I havent had enough coffee yet to read through that all ;P
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