Dude, nobody believes you more, you're full of bullshit !
You can say what you want ... but we all know that now Dragon is the best;)
Try using ALexa and Weapon on the field and back in color, you'll see that it is exactly the same thing, everything can fit together as well as have more possibilities with R3D files, the REd Raw files are much lighter than those of Arri and very more manageable. This is because Panavision chose RED;)
And then Vista Vision ehehe was used by the great master Hitchcock :)
Or you have your own example to show, so we can discuss your test.
I would add, Think Panavision as Weapon, can record raw red 8k and 4k ProRes or DNxHR the same time heheh
As I said before I'm happy that Pana chose RED 8k red dragon sensor VistaVision.
I'm not sure what you're saying.
From what I see it more clean Weapon, it has more resolution and the same dynamic range of ALexa and even more..
i downloaded from a post on reduser two stills from Alexa ProRes and ProRes Weapon ...
What is now inside the Panavision camera be a RED sensor, and not an Arri or Panavision sensor or Sony .. This is the point.
I find this amazing, the sensor REd Dragon can pull different colors and better, having the modularity of the OLPF.
Then you can do :), and then DRagon is truly versatile. I adore this.
Ian talked about this:
[Ian Vertovec] "We profile the build cameras and color adjustments in the widest possible color space. Then That adjustment is embedded in the RED SDK. This way we work off the raw data and you can still output to rec. 2020, ACES, etc, and still maintain all the original latitude room. and since it is embedded in the RED SDK, it's available in any software That supports RED.
The .r3d's the DXL Creates will have special meta data That only makes LI color available with DXL media. Also we are planning on building our own and OLPF IR filter built to Panavision optical standards, so it really will be a completely different looking room, but with all of the amazing advantages of Redcode and the 8K sensor. "
"On the user side, it will work the same way" DragonColor "and" DragonColor2 "work now. You just select" Light Iron Color "instead. So it Should be totally seamless to the way you use .r3d's now. Under the hood , we are doing quite a few unique things to create cinematic most off-the-shelf color possible. I will not go into details on exactly how, but our top priority is good, clean skin tone and rich, vibrant saturated colors and not plastic or electric-looking colors. We are not creating a look, but a rich, cinematic starting point to create a look. Come to CineGear if you want to see it! I also want to make sure this is not framed as a " DragonColor "vs." Light Iron Color "conversation. We've worked on the footage from all major cameras and everyone handles the same problems in slightly different ways (skin tone, IR cut, gamut remapping, etc ..). So Light Iron color is really a little bit of what we've Observed from the market in general, plus a LOT of input from many, many cinematographers over the years on what they love and do not love from all the images they've made. "
Here is Phil tells:
Good to see RED in 10 years has arrived up to this point in history;)
Now is the camera I've always loved;) the Pana;)
If I was an owner of a REd weapon I would be very happy right now, maybe someday I'll save a lot of money, and i can buy one of These beasts :)
One reality check....
I love how all of the people hating on Red are suddenly professing this is the best camera ever... It's a fucking Red Weapon! The raw file is still exactly the same. Applying a LI "LUT" does not fundamentally change the characteristics of the Dragon sensor.
The Demo you see is with Olpf RED with LUT LI, next step in this Year for Panavision is create a new OLPF personalised with integrate LI colorgamma..
The reality is that RED has done a great job in these 10 years.
Weapon, Scarlet-w ,Pana, now is better vs Alexa in color/dynamic/ less noise and resolution , this is the point now.
It is likely that in the coming months or years Arri come up with something new.
yep true is small vs 65 Alexa , but with 8k Vista Vision have more resolution, and more lens avaible.http://phfx.com/tools/lensData/