The picture is Scarlet with the optional smart handle attachment.
The design of the body is proprietary. No two cameras have same body. The most comfortable bodies belong to Nikon and Canon. I cannot imagine anybody making a more ergonomic camera body. The camera in the photo look cumbersome. I will not buy such a bulky camera.
The DSMC will be aimed at stills... You take video and pick your stills. I can tell you the pro photo market will go ape over it. I have already picked some of the best stills ever shot in my life from red frame grabs. That 1/24th of a second moment of perfection, the glint in the eyes, the change of emotion. I tell you Jim is spot on.... This is the market and the future. So workflow... Take footage into redcine , find your 4k + still and output to... redraw adobe in photoshop and do your post.
Scarlet is a video camera.... They are two different beasts. But of course the complimentary factors are enormous...
No one has seen our DSMC. When we post it, you can compare it to whatever you want... even though nothing will compare in performance.
After reading all your posts I get that you don't like RED very much. That's OK. Why exactly are you here?
I'm sure that "action/sports" photographers know exactly when to push the button when the athlete/vehicle/event is perfect. In fact, they all use 8x10 cameras and wait patiently, "Ansel Adams" style for that perfect moment and snap the picture.
This also includes capturing dynamic, dramatic human emotion that's as quick as a sport but more elusive and fleeting.
I shoot with a Canon 40D and hope its 6.5 frames per second at RAW will capture what I need. And I do wait for the great moment.
Ansel Adams was a world class photographer and undeniably one of the greats. But there are other legitimate styles of shooting and capturing moments and creating great "art".
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