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  1. #1 Mini 4.6k FW 4.2 
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    Anyone noticed improvement. If so what has improved, is it just crosshatch or other improvement such as vertical FPN?

    Is it better to let the camera powered on for awhile before performing black calibration?
    Should I set the camera at a particular ISO?
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    Black balance, haven't tried yet
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    Hopefully this trickles down to the other cameras
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    Is it safe to turn "Detail" on is that still a no no?
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    This is great! Finally.

    Did blackshading 10min after boot-up. Does it work similar as RED?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taikonaut View Post
    Is it safe to turn "Detail" on is that still a no no?
    Detail is for when the camera is connected to an ATEM switch in a broadcast environment. It's not intended to be used for normal shooting. This is explained in the manual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taikonaut View Post
    Anyone noticed improvement. If so what has improved, is it just crosshatch or other improvement such as vertical FPN?

    Is it better to let the camera powered on for awhile before performing black calibration?
    Should I set the camera at a particular ISO?
    It does not address FPD. It's main point is to address the raised blue channel that some cameras are showing. This will give you cleaner more balanced shadows. It also tries to address the cross hatching some people are getting in their cameras when the footage is not scaled.

    It's a pretty solid update and the black shading process is super quick.
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    Cross hatch no longer appear on Resolve preview with 4k or 4.6k resolution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Roberts View Post
    Detail is for when the camera is connected to an ATEM switch in a broadcast environment. It's not intended to be used for normal shooting. This is explained in the manual.
    I know the purpose of "Detail" option but I find it particularly useful for focusing while filming without the need of peaking.
    Previousely crosshatching was partly blamed on the Detail being switched on. Now with the FW 4.2 which supppose to have fixed crosshatching would having Detail on reinstate crosshatching?
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    When is it recommended to do a black shade?
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