Been curious about this recently. I just got a monitor that supports False Color and I'm trying to understand if you should judge false color based on the log image or the LUT image.
For example, in the video above, he mentions 70 IRE for caucasian skin tones, but that seems like it would need to be pinned to a specific log or LUT setting, right? would't 70 IRE in log be different than 70 IRE on a log->rec709 LUT?
Unrelated: What mic is being used around 2:06? It looks less long and pointy than the shotgun mics I'm used to using of interviews, etc.
That's super reassuring to hear!
Yeah, I wasn't too worried about their idea of color accuracy because I know it can be tuned to whatever you want, but I was confused by the output. Thanks for the clarification!
Hopefully we hear back from NFS about what caused the output to be strangely low in their testing.
Pretty disappointing showing from the new Hive 100-C. And the results look way off from what Hive is advertising. I hope they comment on these results to calm the nerves of backers of their Kickstarter who are still waiting for lights...