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Old July 29th, 2011, 11:48 AM   #31
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Thank you, Jon, for the great explanation. I'm going to put in more research on diffusers. Appreciate it.

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Regarding lenses, nice detail and a creamy feel is the holy grail. :)

I think it comes down to micro-contrast... I liken it to the difference between an audiophile's tube amp and a budget transistor job.
Are you on LuLa? If yes, they're having another war over there regarding micro-contrast and the inevitable analogies regarding audio.

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FWIW, I'm pretty sure that the Western example you showed didn't use any diffusion.
Have you tried the Leica-R lenses on the Canon? The author of that video claimed it was the glass that made the difference.
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Old July 29th, 2011, 04:03 PM   #32
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What PictureStyle did you use, Sareesh?
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What PictureStyle did you use, Sareesh?
Style: Neutral. WB - Shade.
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It would be good to compare the DR of CineStyle and Neutral. I wish CineStyle had been out before Zacuto did their 2011 shootout.
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It would be good to compare the DR of CineStyle and Neutral. I wish CineStyle had been out before Zacuto did their 2011 shootout.
I have repeated the test with Technicolor Cinestyle. Here it is: Technicolor Cinestyle vs Neutral | Sareesh Sudhakaran

My conclusion: Technicolor Cinestyle is only slightly better than Neutral. For HDSLR filmmaking, I'd rather shoot in camera and avoid heavy post processing. However, RAW beats Cinestyle hands down.
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