Uploaded on Jun 3, 2011
Testing the Red Epic-M in Stockholm. These tests were mainly focusing on the HDRx feature with footage that traditionally were next to impossible to capture with any format.
The HDRx results in an image with all the information in both highlights and shadows. Recommended settings are HDRx with 3 stops, but for these we used 6 stops and 4 stops based on the situation. The image looks washed out, but remember that it's a pregrade image, not the final image. To show a more final image we did a light grade that can be seen in the end.
We also tested the slow motion capabilites and cropping the 5K image to 1920x1080.
Some info about each shot can be viewed in the beginning of most of them.
Paus to view the information.
These tests were done by Andres Rignell, Christoffer Glans and Olle Lundin.
Special thanks to Daniel Thisell and Ljud & Bildmedia who let us test with their camera.
- Andres Rignell: FSF works as a cinematographer for both feature films, television series, commercials and music videos. He was among the first in Sweden to shoot on the Red One.
- Christoffer Glans works as an editor, one-man postproduction business, generell filmmaker and trailerproducer for TV4. He was among the first to edit a feature film shot on Red One with the Avid Media Composer.
Olle Lundin works as lightning designer and cinematographer in Sweden.
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