So its 2 tests in 1: Firstly to see how RPP handled the conversion of DNG to TIFF whilst using its Film Stock Emulations. And secondly, to make a comparison between the x1.6 crop of the 60D vs. the x3 crop of the soon to be released BlackMagic Pocket camera.

Canon 60D
Auto Chinon (Tomioka) 55mm f1.4

Raw recording settings:
2.35:1
@24fps
1280x544 - 643 frames = 26.8secs
1720x732 - 173 frames = 7.2secs

Workflow:
Raw2DNG (to extract DNG files from the RAW wrapper)
RPP - converted DNGs to sRGB TIFF 16bit (Film Stock Emulation presets used, nothing else touched)
TIFFs wrapped into ProRes 422HQ .mov using QT7 (can use MPEGStreamclip, but it slows down the footage for some reason - could be good for slow-mo).
FCPX (only correction was -5 on global exposure)

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