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    Omg Scarlet 2/3 is soooo small, omg!! :waaa: :clown2:
    Pleeease get me out of this 8 bit world!
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    Something seems to be a bit off, 4 perforation S35 looks taller than Misterium-X.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petr Dvorak View Post
    Omg Scarlet 2/3 is soooo small, omg!! :waaa: :clown2:
    Yeah but it's also small enough to mount on a remote controlled helicopter, motorcycle handlebars, or toss in a small backpack. And keep in mind that major films like Revenge of the Sith were shot on that size sensor.
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    Fixed Lens Scarlets DO make great stocking stuffers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Hey Jeff, 120 and 220 are the same size, a 220 ROLL is just longer in the roll for more exposures.

    And I dont understand your comment about 120 not being used compared to 645... They are the same thing... you use a 120 or 220 roll to capture 645 frames with ( unless your shooting polaroids ) . And I use both of them all the time.. they actually are still quite popular, albeit a total pain in the ass.
    I concur, 645 is a pain, but very rewarding!! There is something very special about MF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USlatin View Post
    Something seems to be a bit off, 4 perforation S35 looks taller than Misterium-X.
    That's because it is taller. The S35 sensors are not large enough to do 4-perforation super 35mm or proper anamorphic. I'm sure there will be modes that are closer than the RED ONE is... but it is still a three-perf sensor. That's one of the enormous benefits of the FF35 and 645 models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    And keep in mind that major films like Revenge of the Sith were shot on that size sensor.
    Yup, Scarlet 2/3" is the Yoda of sensors.
    Small, but still kicks ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brook Willard View Post
    That's because it is taller. The S35 sensors are not large enough to do 4-perforation super 35mm or proper anamorphic. I'm sure there will be modes that are closer than the RED ONE is... but it is still a three-perf sensor. That's one of the enormous benefits of the FF35 and 645 models.
    4-perf 35mm Full Aperture (Super) is 24.84mm x 18.67mm, but most frames you compose for within that are 24mm wide.

    3-perf 35mm Full Aperture is 24.89mm x 13.87mm.

    The 4-perf 35mm anamorphic camera aperture is 22mm x 18.59mm.

    Other cameras with sensors in the S35 range:

    The Arri-D21 sensor (2.8K RAW) is around 4x3, so is very close to 4-perf Super-35 -- it is 23.76mm x 17.8mm.

    The Dalsa Origin sensor (4K RAW) is larger than S35 and around 2x1, but that makes the height closer to 4-perf S35 -- it's 34mm x 17.2mm.

    The Phantom HD sensor (2K RAW) is square and 25.6mm x 25.6mm.

    The RED ONE Mysterium sensor (4.5K RAW) is 24.4mm x 13.7mm, extremely close to 3-perf 35mm Full Aperture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Mullen ASC View Post
    The RED ONE Mysterium sensor (4.5K RAW) is 24.4mm x 13.7mm, extremely close to 3-perf 35mm Full Aperture.
    Ah, yes... But will we ever get to record an image that size with the RED One? 4.5K is coming, but as of the last report, it was to be 2:1. Actually 4480x2240 sticks in the mind for this one. Or 24.18mm x 12.09mm. I guess it's all speculation until we see what RED gives us. Either way, it's all good.
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