Quick update - Red One now shoots 2K at 120 fps - sample included
Shooting 120fps is FUN!
By Mike Curtis | March 18, 2008
Just a quick note - Red released firmware build 15 last Thursday, which included a BUNCH of new features like multiple simultaneous video outputs (finally!), Look import and export (camera settings can be moved camera to camera and backed up on computer), and OH YEAH BABY - an increase of the maximum frame rate at 2K resolution from 75 to a whopping 120 frames per second!
The above is just a quickie timeline export from proxies on the timeline - I shot it "plain," not tweaking the on camera settings, nor adjusting them in Red Alert - consider this a flat transfer - so no kvetching about the contrast and saturation, mmmkay?
OK - SO HOW ABOUT 480 FRAMES PER SECOND?
Well, Red can't do that - we've already achieved maximum framerate possible at this resolution. So how do we push further?
I then doodled with retiming it, to slow it down even further - here's a shot (ignore the clipped highlights, result of some LUT doodling I was doing):
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artadams - Thu, May 23 2013 - 9:46 pm
Adam Wilt and I are giving a talk on the 4K-enabled FS700 at CineGear. Saturday, Sherry Lansing Theater. Details to follow.
artadams - Thu, May 23 2013 - 9:44 pm
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