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  1. #111 Here's that DSLR.... 
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    The picture Jim posted awhile back. It must be this one...
     

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    The big problem, that this picture fixes, is the comfort level photojournalist's would have with handling a video camera. If it fits in their hands like a standard still body they will love it.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albertthao@gmail.com View Post
    The picture Jim posted awhile back. It must be this one...
    That would be the end all camera for me if Scarlet and DSMC were the same!:usd:
     

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    Jim I do have a question and I know it has been talked about before here but I wanted to ask you your self. Now I plan one day on owning the whole lot of RED cameras. But for right now what would be best. Should I buy a good ole SLR for my still images and then Scarlet for my home videos(and beyond) or should I buy the DSMC.
    Thanks.
     

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    You do get a little bit of the same problem with the RED in that same shooting situation. "Fast pans on nearby verticals". Not as bad as the Nikon D90 of course but something to be aware of. From what I understand, this is just the nature of CMOS sensors and rolling shutters. I should point out that the wobbling effect (verticals slanted at angles) is hardly noticeable whereas with the D90 (in this example) it's extremely obvious.
    -shooter
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albertthao@gmail.com View Post
    The picture Jim posted awhile back. It must be this one...
    That is Scarlet.

    I believe Jim has said before that they will be two different cameras/of two different uses.

    Besides, a fixed lens on a DSMC?
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    Still hoping for interchangeable lenses on SCARLET.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casey Green View Post
    Still hoping for interchangeable lenses on SCARLET.
    yeah, not going to happen. If the camera is to launch early next year, my guess is at NAB, then I'm almost certain there are prototypes built and happily recording images at RED Headquarters. Besides, it ain't a bad fixed lens, 28mm (full frame still 35mm equivalent) 8x. If you need wider or more telephoto like images I'm sure they'll be adapters to give you those looks.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by William Robinette View Post
    That is Scarlet.

    I believe Jim has said before that they will be two different cameras/of two different uses.

    Besides, a fixed lens on a DSMC?
    I don't think that's Scarlet. If my memory serves, Scarlet was long and narrow like a video camera, and this is short and wide like a DSLR.

    It seems plausible that either there are some RED lenses that will be available for purchase, or that Jim's early render has a RED logo on the lens simply because he wants it that way.

    I think Jim is aware of the necessity for interchangeable lenses on a DSLR so I would be truly shocked if that was not the case. But I see no reason, come to think of it, that the RED-branded lenses designed for RED ONE would not work with his new camera.

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    OK, so I have read this thread. If the DSMC will be so great, why would you need Scarlet? Why wouldn't RED just throw more resources into it's DSMC project?
     

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