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    Battle-tested Red One MX in action in Kotka, Finland. "4K for $4K" certainly transformed my whole professional outlook as a filmmaker, literally overnight. A big tip of the hat!

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    Some pictures of our beloved camera, us and our projects.

    Best wishes






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    From diving 100 ft below, off the coast of Fiji with my EPIC shooting 17 bull sharks
    To shooting wildlife side-by-side with the Crown Prince of Dubai in Tanzania
    From the beautiful land of NewZealand we know as Middle Earth
    To the deserts of the UAE which has transformed into one of the most dazzling cities in the world we call Dubai

    Thanks to Jim and Co for bridging the gap for me to have the most amazing job on the planet...all over the planet.





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    To Jim a huge thank you from the heart for creating the un create-able! so, so many thought.
    Jarred and all at RED and RED Europe a big thank you and keep up the fantastic work.




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    Thanks Jim, RED gives me the ability to put the best camera system ever made in a backpack and carry it to locations that really deserve no less.
    Scarlet>Epic-MX>Epic-Dragon, it's a gift to keep my system constantly improving within the same support infrastructure. Obsolescence Obsolete!
    I'll be honest and say I wish you weren't retreating due to foolish criticism, but I respect you and your company immensely and wish you all the best :)
    God Bless, Jeff Whitehurst

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    Thanks Jim,

    Its been a awesome ride and I thank you for making it possible. Today I'm off to shoot day 3 of a 40 day project documenting the Americas Cup for Oracle. Thanks!

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    Great initiative Phil ! A nice way to pay tribute to Jim's vision !


    RED ONE at top of Mount Sinai (2008), my first RED shoot




    Romain Goupil shooting one of the very first RED feature shot in France on our M :




    In the himalayas with the MX upgrade in 2011 :




    2013 greeting card with the Epic, again in the high mountains :




    Thanks Jim for those amazing image making devices you've created and shared with us.

    We will sadly be missing you on REDUser.

    Hope you'll continue climbing on the path you followed...
    and still have the energy to make even better and smaller REDCODE cameras for a few more decades;-)



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    Thanks to you, Jim, and all the Red team for all this wonderfull journey with my Red Camera.
    Music videos, Commercials, short and feature films...
    Gold mine in saoudi Arabia, Ivory Coast, Senegal, RDC, Guinéa, South of France, Las Vegas, Hong Kong, Maldive, Egypt, Hungary...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Salter View Post
    Sorry guys how do l add a photo from flickr, being dumb here
    Use the IMG-Tag with a direct link to a jpg.
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    As I said in Jim's original thread, as a young film student when the R1 was released, I was blown away at the quality of material you could capture with the Red1. Prior to the R1 my only option in school was to shoot 16mm, 720p, or 1080i. Rental house prices for cameras was far too high, and the high end HD cameras were unreachable for someone like me. I'd hate to see the industry today without RED. Thank you Jim for doing what no one else would and for always pushing the envelope. These are some images from my first ever short film, captured on the Red One with a RPZ 18-85mm. I look forward to many years of shooting RED.








    Shooting one of Muse's live concert visuals:



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