Hopefully that is wrong - but with DNG how can it be right
If it is correct then its another motion camera company who need to spend a week with a $500 stills DSLR and a copy of C1
I think most motion companies would enhance themselves greatly by doing that rather than listening to 'experts' of motion picture post which seems all backwards to me...
That was what I thought. RAW, but with a burnt in white balance. Eh??
I've just about got my head around RED's RAW-like format. It isn't RAW, it is wavelet compressed so you lose detail depending on your compression settings, but it maintains the RGB information separately so you can rebalance in post. RED Cine X feels like a decent stills processing package as a result, which is a VERY good thing. Hence my purchase of a Scarlet.
I absolutely agree. Lock the motion design teams in a room with a dSLR and C1 and don't let them come out until they get it!
Don't listen to the guys like the ones at Sony who were still saying that interlaced was the way to go a few years ago (shudder).