. Numbers do not make an image, and a camera with fewer bells and whistles can provide you a much more organic and pleasing picture. There was no advantage in doing so: no heavy VFX to put on top of the footage, we could control the lighting, the look was 99% baked in, so no dramatic changes in post.
In most situations, it does not make sense to have 12 or more stops of dynamic range if I'm shooting in a studio or an interior place with controlled lighting. Try thinking about it the next time you want to shoot in log. Image credit: JC GellidonThe Breaking PointMost of the projects I see - and it not a criticism at all - are not using all the data in their footage. I remember some time ago shooting a commercial in 6K RAW on a RED Epic Dragon, and the final product was standard….