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    The fact that this "new" cam is not 6K MONSTRO is fascinating...

    @Kristin: yup, spot on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gundu View Post
    I shot these several several years ago, but there is something gritty about the Dragon sensor, thats hard for me to let go.



    Dang, Bob - I don't know how I missed these in the thread. Yes, I admit I really like the grittiness of the Dragon sensor (I think you're an MG guy too, right?!).

    These were both very beautifully done! Really loved the music in the second one as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gundu View Post
    I shot these several several years ago, but there is something gritty about the Dragon sensor, thats hard for me to let go.


    Great work Bob,
    I like how you drive our eye attention by your frame composition.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Nagel View Post
    The fact that this "new" cam is not 6K MONSTRO is fascinating...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrendanLeahy View Post
    Dang, Bob - I don't know how I missed these in the thread. Yes, I admit I really like the grittiness of the Dragon sensor (I think you're an MG guy too, right?!).

    These were both very beautifully done! Really loved the music in the second one as well.
    Thanks! Glad you like the music. Its by fellow Reduser Paul Kalbach.
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    Thanks for the reference Bob! I'm glad you liked my music Brendan! I don't want to derail this thread, but I can't resist the opportunity to inject a shameless self-promotion plug here. The pieces are from my album "Lassoed Rainbow", available on iTunes, cdbaby and their digital partners. "Lassoed Rainbow" is a series of pieces I composed for an installation at San Francisco's De Young Museum in 1975. It's based on a chart of audio/color analogies in an issue of "Scientific American". There's extensive album notes on my cdbaby pages https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/paulkalbach2, but previews are longer on iTunes. Other albums available: "Extraneous Static Refinement: Phase III" and "Kalbach Live: Aeolian Dream-Syzygy". I was recently contacted by Other Minds Records and they will be distributing some of my other music very soon (www.otherminds.org).
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrendanLeahy View Post
    Dang, Bob - I don't know how I missed these in the thread. Yes, I admit I really like the grittiness of the Dragon sensor (I think you're an MG guy too, right?!).

    These were both very beautifully done! Really loved the music in the second one as well.
    Yea, the dragon sensor looks great for doc work. that's why I shoot on 2 Scarlet-W :-)
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    I still use a DSMC1 DRAGON 6k. I shot this commercial , JOYA CIGARS, a couple of weeks ago, it still is an amazing sensor!

    https://vimeo.com/291213670

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    Nice work on the spot, Jacobo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacobo Martinez View Post
    I still use a DSMC1 DRAGON 6k. I shot this commercial , JOYA CIGARS, a couple of weeks ago, it still is an amazing sensor!

    https://vimeo.com/291213670

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    We kept asking for Dragon 6K in DSMC2 unified body... just saying. But whatever. Use what you got I suppose.
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