3,5-camera look at resolution and noise: Dragon (+ADD), Alexa, F55 – pt 2 – Native resolution

A good way to start the party would be with fullraster unscaled images from all the cameras.

You have to click the jpg, to get to the fullraster low-compression image.

These frames are not all captured at the same second, but they are captured at the same stop and lighting setup and the lights are measured by Geoff Boyle and his lightmeter to be even for all the cameras.

Dragon was shot at 5,5k HD, all other cameras were shot at full resolution.

 

Dragon: Standard development:

02a_Dragon_norm_fullraster

 

 

Dragon, developed with ADD

02b_Dragon_ADD_fullraster

 

 

ALEXA, from 16-bit LogC TIFF, created with the ARRIRAW-converter

RGB tiff image by MetisIP

 

 

F55 at full raster:

02d_F55_fullraster

 

 

The exteriors:
Dragon ADD fullraster:
03b_Dragon_add_fullraster

 

 

The Alexa – Fullraster

03c_alexa_fullraster

 

F55 Fullraster:

03d_F55_fullraster

 

 

There is really no sensible way to compare these images without scaling them to a common size, that I can see, so I will do exactly that:
Scale them to Dragon resolution (to look at tendencies), UHD and1080 and look at the parts of the image I think I might find interesting info in.

So, move on to the scaled section.
1st: The extreme pixelpeeking pass

 

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