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In the High Dynamic Range imaging arena, it looks like RED’s HDRx mode just got some competition. But while RED’s technology cleverly combines two different exposures taken with the same sensor (fractions of a second apart), newcomer AMP uses a beam splitter to divvy up incoming light onto three separate sensors. We’ve seen beam-splitting HDR before, but this is a single unit that currently claims 17.5 stops of exposure, with up to 20 being claimed for the production unit. However, while the demo video says it “reveals reality,” in fact tasteless HDR can render reality into a garish mishmash: More »