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Old 11-15-2008, 07:06 PM   #1
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Talking EPIC 617 28K reference image...

Dear RED brother & sisters,

For those interested in small preview of what 617 workflow may feel like - Just to give You an idea - 28K 617 at 24 FPS will require 35GBps pipeline... Single frame is 1,568,163,332 bytes, or simply put 1.46 GB...

I am uploading now a full 28K 16-bit image taken on a 617 camera (Fuji GX617) on a Kodak E200 diapositive film stock. It will take few hours and once it is done I will post a link here. In the meantime feel free to download a full-res JPEG file by right-clicking the link below the image (the JPEG alone is 92.5 MB). Please respect my right and do not forward this image to anyone and do not use it for anything else, but Your personal workflow testing. If You would like to print it - please ask me for a permission...



28K JPEG 92.5 MB
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28K TIFF16 1.46 GB
Instructions:
Download all parts (100MB each except the last one) into a directory by right-clicking the links bellow.
Open a Terminal shell, navigate to the directory and type the following command:

cat NZFNP_* > NZFNP_28K.tif

NZFNP_aa - 01 of 15
NZFNP_ab - 02 of 15
NZFNP_ac - 03 of 15
NZFNP_ad - 04 of 15
NZFNP_ae - 05 of 15
NZFNP_af - 06 of 15
NZFNP_ag - 07 of 15
NZFNP_ah - 08 of 15
NZFNP_ai - 09 of 15
NZFNP_aj - 10 of 15
NZFNP_ak - 11 of 15
NZFNP_al - 12 of 15
NZFNP_am - 13 of 15
NZFNP_an - 14 of 15
NZFNP_ao - 15 of 15

Enjoy!

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Old 11-15-2008, 07:21 PM   #2
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Or you could stitch together some still RAWs. Im not sure if there are any tools to stitch while preserving the non-debayered data but its totally possible.
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Old 11-15-2008, 07:41 PM   #3
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Peter, what's your opinion of the Portra family of film stocks? I have been shooting 160 ISO NC and I absolutely love it. I've got some 160VC in the freezer, but haven't shot anything with it yet. Also, the 400NC is really good too. I've only shot 135 and 645, though. I haven't had the pleasure of a 6x17 view camera.
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Portra has little less saturated colors, but great skin-tones. The VC makes up for the richness, but then I would prefer the Velvia. If You are going to scan it into Photoshop - the NC is a great stock for manipulation, but if You wanna go straight to print - try the VC...

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Old 11-16-2008, 03:20 AM   #5
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haha it takes so long to open and I thought my pc was pretty good spec.
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Now that's what I call BIG.

It strikes me that it doesn't look very sharp on 1:1 view.

Waiting for the TIFF.
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So, does this mean I won't be able to edit 28k on my iMac?

I can't wait to see footage from this beast.
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It strikes me that it doesn't look very sharp on 1:1 view.
That just means that 28k is out resolving the film or lens. Perhaps pete just took the highest res image he had and scaled it up to 28k.
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I think it is my scanner. The true optical resolution I can get from these slides is about 15K (which is plenty as it is). This is why it looks little soft at 28K. The TIFF will not look any sharper, but it is uncompressed and 16-bit. The upload crashed twice last night - I am still trying...
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Peter, why don't you put it in a RAR archive, it will become a smaller file.
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