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    amrrahmy i can't tell until now if you are serious or if you are joking with us... :)
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    maybe a little.

    what, u like the cinematography of the ocean movies???

    do u think a 60fps would make a d3 a cinema camera?

    ahh, forget it.

    if the epic is not 1:1 and still has a 1.5 factor(they should not say "full frame"), then i dont think the price is justified at all.

    also adding an option to record uncompressed footage with a raid or san system.
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    It is "full frame S35 cinema sensor" and the moment You stop calling it a DSLR You will understand what that mean. Have You ever shot on S35 film? EPIC, as well as Red One are both "full frame" as far as cinema is concerned. They will use the full potential of any 35 mm film lenses, but yes, they will crop the still lenses. That does not make it DSLR - if anything the contrary...
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    The Red One is now and Red Epic will be FULL FRAME Super 35. The same FULL FRAME that Arri and every other Super 35 cinema camera uses. That is 1:1 for Super 35. SLR cameras use a different frame size than Cine. This is because of the way the 35mm film is used. horizontal vs vertical. If you put an SLR lens on any Super 35 camera, film or digital, you will get roughly a 1.6 crop factor. You should do some research.
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    i'm not talking about that, i'm talking about usability.
    the red one 4k file is 3k usable, it's not 1:1 u have to resize to 3k to get the actual image.
    the pic needs to be full frame, no 16:9 stuff, no crop factor, real pure pixel to pixel.
    and about the "full frame" s35, full frame actually means something, u cant add it to s35 and say full frame s35.
    u can't say something is "full size" "miniature version" of something, it doesn't make much sense.
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    why would u put an slr lens on a s35 camera?
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    and red one is tiny bit smaller than a s35,right?
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    They will use the full potential of any 35 mm film lenses
    u can only use the full potential of 35mm lens and anamorphic lens if it is recording full frame and not red one or epic "full frame"
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    so they are going to change it to a real s35 and capture more data. still a long way to film camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amrrahmy View Post
    so they are going to change it to a real s35.
    What size is full frame on your planet?
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