Thread: BM Raw for the BMPCC4K Released

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    This is a total newbie question but—
    With CinemaDNG RAW, you could recover highlights easily by just dragging the Highlights slider down.
    With Blackmagic RAW, there's no simple Highlights slider— what's the equivalent?
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    Firmware 6.2 Ugliness. Yuck ISO 3200. Whats up with the purple globe looking thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpante View Post
    This is a total newbie question but—
    With CinemaDNG RAW, you could recover highlights easily by just dragging the Highlights slider down.
    With Blackmagic RAW, there's no simple Highlights slider— what's the equivalent?
    There is highlight recovery on BRAW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pidulgi View Post
    There is highlight recovery on BRAW.
    hes talking about this slider. Its gone in BRAW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpante View Post
    This is a total newbie question but—
    With CinemaDNG RAW, you could recover highlights easily by just dragging the Highlights slider down.
    With Blackmagic RAW, there's no simple Highlights slider— what's the equivalent?
    to answer your question use the HL slider in the 2nd page of the color wheel options
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsfilmz View Post
    to answer your question use the HL slider in the 2nd page of the color wheel options
    Lifesaver! Thank you, jsfilmz!
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    Can't wait to see some comparison footage, a bit of a shame to remove cdng as an option though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsfilmz View Post
    Firmware 6.2 Ugliness. Yuck ISO 3200. Whats up with the purple globe looking thing?
    Looks like Speed Booster issues. Should be unrelated to your firmware. Looks like you shot with a SB and with the lens wide open at f1.4 or 1.8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anfer View Post
    Looks like Speed Booster issues. Should be unrelated to your firmware. Looks like you shot with a SB and with the lens wide open at f1.4 or 1.8.
    Ive shot with sb with older firmware and it did not have that wide open toon same scene.ill do more test
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsfilmz View Post
    Ive shot with sb with older firmware and it did not have that wide open toon same scene.ill do more test
    Try to stop down one stop and it should disappear. Maybe previous firmware didn’t allow the lens to go all the way previously (wild guess) This is how some of my fast modern lenses look at 1.4 with the Speed Booster XL.
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