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Re: Noise reduction in Red’s IPP2

Re: Noise reduction in Red’s IPP2


Felix Trolldenier / Trollfilm
 

Though the images of the gh5, likely the same 150mbit codec, carries more sharpeness also very artifact-free. See our latest test:

https://agdok.de/de_DE/kameratest20172

Felix Trolldenier AG DOK
colorist, online editor
Berlin
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From: "Adam Wilt" <adam@...>
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Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2017 13:51:26 -0800
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Speaking of which. The EVA is soft on the latest tests as well I think. 

I’ve noticed that internally-recorded files on EVA1 are a bit softer than externally-recorded files (using a PIX-E capturing to ProRes). I also saw this on VaricamLT (ProRes or raw, using Odyssey7Q). My guess is that Panasonic is pre-filtering high frequencies prior to recording to avoid giving the codec a conniption fit, trading off a bit of crispness for greatly reduced compression artifacts.

Adam Wilt
technical services: consulting / coding / camerawork
Vancouver WA USA (no, not that Vancouver, the other one)

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