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    Quote Originally Posted by joe12south View Post
    It's challenging to NOT use v4. In order to do my test, I opened a single DNG in Capture One. Even Photoshop/Lightroom applies the v4 profile.
    I'll say this much - I've never regretted NOT being an early adopter.
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    Blackmagic and Resolve is all about giving people options. I'm surprise if they force people to use v4 colour science and not the option to drop it not least not fixing what is flawed with v4.

    The way I see it v4 colour is just another LUT and this is baked in on the P4k.
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    Capture d’écran 2018-10-27 à 13.03.51 copie.jpg

    Oh, what a reddish night !

    (Sorry, I became obsessed by those red highlights all over the internet).
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    Seriously? No Sensor can handle that sort of cheap monochromatic LEDs - stop the hysteria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Glencairn View Post
    Seriously? No Sensor can handle that sort of cheap monochromatic LEDs - stop the hysteria.
    What would a forum be without a little hysteria Frank?
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    But can we raise legitimate questions about this issue...


    BMPCC (color science 4 - EV gama):
    BMPCC.jpg

    BMPCC (color science 1 - BMF EV lut) :
    BMPCC V1.jpg

    BP4K (color science 4 - EV gama) :
    BP4K.jpg
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    Can you do the same shot's again, but without clipping the lights?
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    If i don't clip the highlights, we won't see any problem.
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    Keeping testing the camera at night, I have also downloaded images coming from the kinefity malvo (http://www.kinefinity.com/shots_on_mavo/?lang=en) as a comparison. The difference when capturing the red highlights is striking. All the pictures are ungraded, coming from prores. I find the difference obvious, when you look at the traffic lights, and the reflection. I
    I have sent a message about this to BM.
    First is from the BMPCC4K, shot by myself.
    Second and third from kinefity.

    BMPPC4K red_1.58.1.jpg

    Malvo 2_1.69.1.jpg

    Malvo red_1.69.1.jpg
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    I'd love to disregard this but the issue seems to be there.
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