Almost each month there is announced a new camera with better dynamic range. However, there are some inexpensive filters that may add 3 to 4 stops of exposure to any camera - but no one seems keen to mention them. There are the low contrast filters, like for instance the Tiffen Soft contrast and Tiffen Low contrast. Each apply only to the underxposed or overexposed part of the image - thus expanding the dynamic range that can be captured. I do think that this is the most under-rated photo and film equipment as these filters are around 100$ while the camera updates are always in the range of thousands.
I always had the impression that all cameras should be black. Well, it seems white is ok too.
What it really bothers me is the lack of hdmi out on the body of any Red.
I’d rather stick with FCPX. Cause I want to focus on the story, not on understanding how the IT guys designed something that, in oder for me to use, makes the 1000 pages user manual the bible I have to read every damn project.
Hm, no one cursing Sony? If it would have been Red, there would be thousands of complains