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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher*Seguine View Post
    From the FAQ:
    A lens with FF35 coverage will not only cover the 24mm x 36mm size of traditional Full Frame, but it will also cover the 40.96mm x 21.60mm of the 8K RED DRAGON Sensor (see image below).
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    Christopher, your calculation is for the full sensor size, not 8K 2:1 at 40x20. But I get how the copy is misleading in the FAQ, will have that edited.
    I can help on this particular subject and I'll certainly be doing some Weapon 8K Dragon coverage tests when that time comes.





    According to the numbers 8K HD is going to likely be just fine for any FF35 lens. And I actually think it's going to be fairly good news for the vast majority of other lenses out there for up to 8K FF coverage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    I can help on this particular subject and I'll certainly be doing some Weapon 8K Dragon coverage tests when that time comes.
    Appreciate the effort, Phil, thanks
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    @Brent

    Is the mini-mag trade in program an open-to-all thing, or is it only for people who have chose a camera upgrade to weapon? Ie, if for whatever reason you're going from 1'8" SSD to mini-mag but are NOT signing up for the weapon upgrade, are you still eligible for the program?

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    Andreas, not related to Weapon at all.
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    Ok cool, thanks Brent.
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    Is there any information on the 1:1 magnify lag? It's a little thing but if there's little to no lag on 1:1 that'd be huge. Takes a few seconds on Epic / Dragon round trip to punch in and check critical focus, would be a nice addition to have it close to instant.
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    Hi Phil,

    You are a legend! This coverage chart is so useful!

    What are your thoughts about 8K Weapon and 2:1 anamorphic format? I guess we could now get a perfect full 4:3 mode like the alexa etc? I'm new to anamorphic but since my lenses arrived this morning, I'm a quick learner and I know I want my f35mm even wider!

    Cheers for everything you do on this forum Phil.

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