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    Just ordered the Hoya IR Cut, so I suppose I will find out for myself. I know the outdoor heavy ND stuff will now look great, but I am curious to see the indoor stuff. I do a lot of events under those crappy lights and always put the pocket away for those moments. Would love it to become viable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meiereika View Post
    Would you mind throwing it on some of my still frames?
    I consider buying it then!
    Hope these help Daniel. I saw Hans' original blog about these and they've been my default on a lot of projects.

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    Are the Hoya and Firecrest also the preferred choice for 4K Ursa and Ursa Mini? I've researched the heck out of what wavelength cut to buy and there seems to be some opposing views on 680nm vs 720nm, with 720nm pulling to much red out. Which is the better choice for the Ursa's based on user real world experience, 680 or 720? Thanks!
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    @ jimagine:
    Thanks a lot for posting these! Still a bit too greenish for my taste.
    I'll have to try the Hoya IR Cut out.

    @dbp:
    Would you mind posting some of your test results? I would also like to see the Hoya performing in a tungsten light situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meiereika View Post
    @ jimagine:
    Thanks a lot for posting these! Still a bit too greenish for my taste.
    I'll have to try the Hoya IR Cut out.

    @dbp:
    Would you mind posting some of your test results? I would also like to see the Hoya performing in a tungsten light situation.
    Absolutely, I'll definitely do so! I'm extremely curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meiereika View Post
    @ jimagine:
    Thanks a lot for posting these! Still a bit too greenish for my taste.
    I'll have to try the Hoya IR Cut out.

    @dbp:
    Would you mind posting some of your test results? I would also like to see the Hoya performing in a tungsten light situation.
    This is 2 steps of - green in FCPX, right on skin tone, 5 second correction.

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    @dbp:
    You got a chance to test it yet?

    Mine will arrive by tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meiereika View Post
    @dbp:
    You got a chance to test it yet?

    Mine will arrive by tomorrow.
    I got it last week. Once I get through this work slog, I can do some proper tests. Makes a huge difference under tungsten, which I'm quite pleased about. That said, the pocket is still definitely kind of crappy under that lighting. It's much better now, but I'd generally prefer using my GH4, or even GH2, under those lights. At least with pro res. RAW might be a different story. Tried it at a few weddings and it's much more usable under those god awful reception incandescent lights.

    Under any other kind of light and it's pocket camera all the way. My SLR magic vari - ND mk2 also looks great even at full strength. Perhaps a bit of a green tint now with the Hoya, but easily correctable and much better than the IR contamination.
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    Tested mine yesterday in the field. Mostly overcast sky.
    I'm not too pleased about the results. 100 bucks is definitely not worth it.
    Since it just affects the desaturated shadow areas, this is can also be easily corrected in post.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/l2mrq9ccr...VFwH_okua?dl=0

    Still interested in how it performs using tungsten sources.
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