Tangent Panels and Sony's Capture One Pro 10
May 31, 2017
Color grading is one of the most powerful
tools you have when it comes to elevating your images and video. One of
the most frustrating and intimidating things about working with color is
that it can often feel tedious and un-intuitive. Video editors often
employ physical editing panels when color grading their work and now Tangent, one of the leading makings of video editing hardware, have brought support for Capture One Pro 10 to their system. The Element and the Ripple are not
fundamentally all that different. The
Ripple is fairly small, not quite as wide as a standard 10-key keyboard.
It's made entirely of plastic so it's fairly light and, while it does
feel well made, you do definitely notice that you are working with a
piece of plastic hardware and not something more robust.
The Element is made up of four separate
panels that can be used independently, as a single unit, or in whatever
configuration you like. Each segment has different functionality to fit
your precise needs. It also comes in this customized Pelican hard-case
so you can haul it wherever your editing takes you. Oh and the build
quality on the Element is absolutely outstanding. Every inch of it feels
precise and futuristic and each panel has a solid heft to it that is,
dare I say it, luxurious.
To read the entire review from F-Stoppers, click on this link: https://fstoppers.com/originals/fstoppers-reviews-... it's well worth the read.
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