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    Andy's AbelCine C300 Scene Files
    Art Adams Charts the C300

    NOTE: Please remember that not all of these scene files are good for all shooting and lighting conditions. Some are better for interior, some for exterior and others for other applications.

    I obviously wouldn't shoot with EOS Match with the exposure levels that hot. I just metered and kept everything the same except the Custom Pictures (unless noted in the video).

    Please read Andy's write up on Abel's site before using these on your next job. You may find one or two that are almost perfect for your applications but may still want to tweak them before using. For instance, I could see using AB_NORM for a base, baked in look but might tweak it a bit to my liking. 

    Not really digging the 5DMKIICINE scene file in this set-up, but the EOSMATCH is pretty nice if properly exposed. I still think for my applications that CINEMA will be the go to with possibly some very minor adjustments to the green and blue (at least under tungsten light), as recommended by Art Adams in his article.

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    First scene file (AB Norm) looks very magenta. Second scene file (5D Mark II Cine) looks extremely magenta. More magenta than my 1DMIV looked like or my 5DM3 looks like.

    Cinema Custom Picture looks most neutral (maybe w/a hint of green in darker tones?)

    That's on a profiled NEC PA271W (custom profiled to sRGB for viewing videos.)
    April 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJon Roemer

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