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    yup, No idea what the pictures would be like but the connectivity (XLR's mainly) is great - jealous!
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    Lot of disruptive things in there.

    Price. 12k USD
    Sensor size, resolution.
    The double media slot. M2 SSD recording.
    Dual recording possibilities with raw and proxies.
    Dual backup recording possibilities raw on both mags simultaneously.
    The double battery mount is not bad.
    Their lens mount is nothing to complain about.
    Dual ISO.
    Electronic ND with clean and END mechanical swapping filter.
    12V out
    Dtap out.
    Sync.
    Eternet
    TC
    Wifi with low latency 1080p to smartphone... no screens needed here.
    Weight 1.2kg

    Its difficult to call them copy cats any more, as I see it they are really taking the lead in a lot of ways. Yes sure other cameras might do a lot of things better / look better etc. But on paper this is really no paperweight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    But on paper this is really no paperweight.
    There are a few key things here that are ONLY on paper. That said - I love the battery plate design. Clever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L. Pederson View Post
    There are a few key things here that are ONLY on paper.
    But if it would be RED that brings that paper, I'd bet a lot of people would say "shut up and take my money".

    Very interesting. It ticks a lot of boxes. Let see some pictures now.
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    But if it would be RED that brings that paper, I'd bet a lot of people would say "shut up and take my money".

    Very interesting. It ticks a lot of boxes. Let see some pictures now.
    Likely better or on par with Mavo LF. Then also likely some color issues introduced with the Electronic ND, but thats of course something you can opt not to use if its bad.
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    Well for the specs pretty impressive.
    We have been trying to convince RED to have these specifications in the camera for a few years or at least in part. Starting from the internal ND......ecc eccc...
    Let's see RED what it will do with dmsc3, but I see it hard to fight with these prices
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    Quote Originally Posted by luigivaltulini View Post
    Well for the specs pretty impressive.
    We have been trying to convince RED to have these specifications in the camera for a few years or at least in part. Starting from the internal ND......ecc eccc...
    Let's see RED what it will do with dmsc3, but I see it hard to fight with these prices

    I'm on RED wagon if it has Monstro sensor, better fan, and those features. R3D still is the killer.
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    Prices are insane on that thing.
    If DSMC3 will be far from that in price and features it will be hard for Red to keep up.

    A lifecycle of 2 years between the original LF and the Edge is pretty hard for customers to be honest.
    But with the price of 12000 quid in mind its a no brainer for most of people.

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    Let's see how it holds up to the FX9.
    Red "Monstro" DSMC3 is in another league IMHO.
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