Thanks for clarifying-- I believed that exactly to be the case, but I witnessed many film students (me having been one of them) shooting film, then sending out for processing and requesting a One Light 2K scan to be used as the "digital neg," then attempting to colour time this final cut.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but is this like cutting the rushes/dailies together for a digital output?
If one is is shooting 16mm for a digital output (whether it's 2K or 4K), a One Light is less than optimal, no? Still combing through some research/forum so forgive me if I'm repeating a question.
Block, light, rehearse, tweak, shoot, repeat.