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    This is fascinating, and it's not something I've...

    This is fascinating, and it's not something I've ever picked up on. I'm curious as to how a particular sensor can affect motion. Obviously with the motion mount, there are different ways of exposing...
  2. I created a post...

    I created a post about an issue I had with version 1.0.1 of the LUTs, but no one else with the same problem has chimed in. Let me know if you'd like me to send you the working version that I have...
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    I didn't have time to calibrate when I showed up...

    I didn't have time to calibrate when I showed up that morning, so some of the stuck pixels might be a result of that. I haven't looked at the video footage close enough to know if they're really...
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    Wow! You both captured incredible images. I love...

    Wow! You both captured incredible images. I love seeing the horizon in the frame, I couldn't get that with my 300mm lens. Well done!
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    You might want to try again, it's now visible...

    You might want to try again, it's now visible just after sunset, though it's getting harder to see. Binoculars make a huge difference.
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    Neowise comet

    I heard there was a comet visible in the early morning sky, so I pulled up my star map and Google Earth, and tried to figure out a good vantage point that would allow me to see the horizon facing...
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    I agree, use HDRx and frame averaging (great...

    I agree, use HDRx and frame averaging (great idea), and change NDs as needed. I strongly recommend not adjusting the iris, unless you do it continuously with whatever fancy motor thingy can do that...
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    Thanks for the tip, Stephen. Update: it turns out...

    Thanks for the tip, Stephen. Update: it turns out that it just took an extremely long time to process the 128GB R3D. I wonder if it has to do with the 15,000 markers on the clip (time-lapse, one...
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    RCX can't handle long take

    I'm trying to open a 10-minute HDRx clip in RCX 52, and it just hangs. It pegs the CPUs pretty hard for a bit, then I get a beachball.

    I'm only using RCX because FCP doesn't support HDRx, so I'm...
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    Phenomenal example, but also a little bit of lift...

    Phenomenal example, but also a little bit of lift and grading to get it to that final result. Looks beautiful. You could even go for just a little less of the X frame, as the sky is just barely...
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    I watched this last night, and really enjoyed it....

    I watched this last night, and really enjoyed it. I must say, the entire opening sequence was masterfully executed. The shot design and editing were just wonderful. The rest of the film was not as...
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    Hi Curtis, as you suspected, you can just mark in...

    Hi Curtis, as you suspected, you can just mark in and out points in RCX and export all clips in the bin using the "R3D Trim" preset. I've typically found that it's easier to do in your editing...
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    Great trailer, rented on iTunes. Looking forward...

    Great trailer, rented on iTunes. Looking forward to watching it!
  14. Absolutely stellar. Well done!

    Absolutely stellar. Well done!
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    Thanks Sarah, it's hard for me to judge traffic...

    Thanks Sarah, it's hard for me to judge traffic because I was there partly on a weekend, when Firefall was expected to be at its peak, but with word getting around that the water wasn't flowing. So...
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    Thanks everyone! (Hi Meryem!!) It's a...

    Thanks everyone! (Hi Meryem!!)



    It's a piece from the soundtrack to Sneakers, by James Horner as you guessed. I'll have to check out the Apollo 13 soundtrack. I normally try to pick music...
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    Rain in Yosemite Valley

    Hi everyone, I wanted to share this time-lapse of Yosemite Valley that I shot on my Gemini a few weeks ago. I had gone there with the hope of seeing Firefall, but the conditions weren’t right. On my...
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    [FS: GEAR] Bump, $150 obo.

    Bump, $150 obo.
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    It depends, some of the text is in Arial, but the...

    It depends, some of the text is in Arial, but the info around the perimeter is something else, couldn't tell you.
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    [FS: GEAR] Aside from the $8,000 convenience fee?

    Aside from the $8,000 convenience fee?
  21. Certainly one of the best videos I've seen in...

    Certainly one of the best videos I've seen in recent memory. Informative, hilarious, beautiful, just so well done. Thanks, Gabriel!
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    And people wonder why women don't feel welcome in...

    And people wonder why women don't feel welcome in the film industry.
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    But dovetails and rod components?

    But dovetails and rod components?
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    Products missing from RED shop

    Imagine my shock when I went to look for another DSMC Bolt Kit, and it was completely missing from the RED shop. Adorama has it listed as being on "closeout". I started poking around some more, and...
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    [FS: GEAR] Hi Chris, does this have a spot for the digital...

    Hi Chris, does this have a spot for the digital readout? I haven't seen these before, is there a company making them? Thanks!
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