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    Junior Member Chad Beaty's Avatar
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    It was relisted for whatever reason: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Red-One-MX-...4e31%7Ciid%3A1

    And yes, there are drawbacks. For me it's the weight when working as a one man camera department, which is pretty much always.
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    Whats wrong with he red drives? Does anyone have the red power adapter that shipped with them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron michaels View Post
    Whats wrong with he red drives? Does anyone have the red power adapter that shipped with them?
    Only 2 problems with RED Drives with this camera.

    1. Without proper mount (ET ISO mounts were necessary in my opinion, especially for any handheld) you may drop frames

    2. The age of most of the RED Drives out there may become a factor. Spinning hard disk, many of which are over 10 years old now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Sherrick View Post
    Only 2 problems with RED Drives with this camera.

    1. Without proper mount (ET ISO mounts were necessary in my opinion, especially for any handheld) you may drop frames

    2. The age of most of the RED Drives out there may become a factor. Spinning hard disk, many of which are over 10 years old now.
    Having said that, just fired up both of mine on my Mac and one was empty, the other had footage from 2013 and seems to be playing just fine. I'll have to run some tests on camera to see if it records fine. But, pretty cool that they still fire up at all.
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    I miss our RED Ones. What a great camera. Those were great days.

    This entire miniseries was shot using two MX Ones. And it still looks darn good to me.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R5L4NYB

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    I have Red Drives also I got them like new and have been sitting on them since 2015. Just getting back to writing a short and feature film. I've been so busy shooting with my Sony fs100 for media and other projects I seem to neglect the big guns. I think its time to shoot test footage on my R1 after 4 yrs of closet time.
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