You won't be able to see much difference unless you see it in full screen mode.

This is to see what kind of noise BMCC is generating beneath the shadow. Is it quite uncontrollable like that of 5D2 when h.264 compression goes really bad or what? I set BMCC to its base ISO, 800, shot the sequence slightly underexposed, brought the footage into DaVinci Resolve to force lighten the clips, and exported as ProRes422. The clips are then imported into FCP-X to process with NeatVideo.

And it turned out, as you can see, the BMCC footage is proven to be very manageable. NeatVideo can easily remove all the unwanted flickering particles altogether with no problem.

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