Sensor Calibration Methods Follow

This article explains which calibration method provides the best image quality across a wide range of exposures for each sensor in the DSMC2 camera lineup.

Sensor Calibration Methods

DRAGON 6K

When WEAPON DRAGON 6K was announced, the addition of auto sensor calibration (Auto Capture) allowed users to select exposure times from 1/8000s to 1/8s without calibrating and provide a wider operating band for sensor temperature.

Although auto sensor calibration can require up to an hour for the entire process, it provides the best image quality across a range of exposures compared to manual sensor calibration.

HELIUM 8K S35, MONSTRO 8K VV, GEMINI 5K S35

For HELIUM 8K S35, MONSTRO 8K VV, and GEMINI 5K S35 sensors, the performance of auto sensor calibration does not have the same benefits as it does for DRAGON 6K. RED recommends using manual sensor calibration (Manual Capture) for these sensors, because it provides the best image quality across a range of temperatures, and requires significantly less time for the entire process.

Summary Table

The table below summarizes the recommended calibration methods for the sensors in the DSMC2 camera lineup:

Sensor Recommended Calibration Method
DRAGON 6K Auto Calibration
HELIUM 8K S35 Manual Calibration
MONSTRO 8K VV Manual Calibration
GEMINI 5K S35 - Standard Mode Manual Calibration
GEMINI 5K S35 - Low Light Mode Manual Calibration
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