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    Good work Alex ;) love it ;)
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    Chiming in here with my story.

    Recently moved to the UK where there is a larger amount of shooters and owners than in Aus. I bought in on the first batch whatever it was, (six years ago?), used it exclusively for the work I was doing and then carried it all the way here only to have to start again at the bottom of the food chain. Throw in the timing with newer sensors and upgrade options, I opted out of upgrading.

    Now the mighty machine sits in a peli case under a stairwell and comes out occasionally. It will die one day and take its rightful place as a doorstop, but after clocking over 12000 hours, it will be the best door stop I ever own. Not sure what to do with all my accesories but hey, paid off so okay.

    If you have one, keep shooting. The sensor is amazing and you can't beat well lit RED Raw files.

    I miss shooting with it, but the long game will always trump a sensor.
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    TWELVE THOUSAND hours? Dear lort... sweet baby Jesus... Did you ever turn it off?
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    I half wonder if that was a typo and he meant 1,200hrs instead?? :-o
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Peterson View Post
    I half wonder if that was a typo and he meant 1,200hrs instead?? :-o
    Wow, now I'm curious.

    I haven't checked my hours since two years ago.
    < Someday I'll be cool enough to have something witty here >
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    Did 3 music videos recently, with Helium, Gemini and my old Scarlet MX. Still good for the projects.

    Scarlet MX:
    https://youtu.be/03-fHhK7t8w

    Epic-W Helium:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wleh...4fDx5kgda0i0dQ

    Gemini:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJBO...nvjMkv_AmHlEjQ

    And some more from Scarlet MX:
    https://vimeo.com/332676282

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxrXYr9j_38

    https://vimeo.com/336548386
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Peterson View Post
    I half wonder if that was a typo and he meant 1,200hrs instead?? :-o
    Whoops, the things you write when you've had a few too many wines!
    Drop the first 1, and my cam is sitting on just over 2000 hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Lubensky View Post
    Did 3 music videos recently, with Helium, Gemini and my old Scarlet MX. Still good for the projects.

    Scarlet MX:
    https://youtu.be/03-fHhK7t8w

    Epic-W Helium:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wleh...4fDx5kgda0i0dQ

    Gemini:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJBO...nvjMkv_AmHlEjQ

    And some more from Scarlet MX:
    https://vimeo.com/332676282

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxrXYr9j_38

    https://vimeo.com/336548386
    Amazing work as always Alex ! Thanks for sharing ! What lenses did you use on makin Pufetto “The Story Of Frederic” ? Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvydas View Post
    Amazing work as always Alex ! Thanks for sharing ! What lenses did you use on makin Pufetto “The Story Of Frederic” ? Thank you
    Those were Sony Cinealta Primes, the metal ones wich come in 6 focal lengths - 20, 25, 35, 50, 85, 135. I've only used two lenses for this project, as far as I remember - it was 35mm(25 maybe) and 50 or 85mm.

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    Awesome work (and bts shot) Alex!

    Love seeing the Scarlet-X putting out images that are still very much contemporary looking... hard to believe it's almost 8 years old now!
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