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    Rick, you can upload 1080p videos to Vimeo, and then anyone logged in can download the unaltered 1080p video right from Vimeo. In other words, Vimeo is paying the bandwidth bill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhare View Post

    The 5D seems like it will always be a "if you get it exactly right on set and don't challenge it in post" scenario. A lot of pressure and extra time on set.
    It's not like people weren't doing that for history of film making until relatively recently.....:couch:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    Rick, you can upload 1080p videos to Vimeo, and then anyone logged in can download the unaltered 1080p video right from Vimeo. In other words, Vimeo is paying the bandwidth bill.
    Genius. I'll do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Gottshalk View Post
    It's not like people weren't doing that for history of film making until relatively recently.....:couch:
    Great point. It's easy to forget how spoiled we are these days...
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    I am for one really surprised by the skew effect. Never tested my self...
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    who'd say it?.. the best 5d vs red1 comparative is yours old rick.. no charts.. real subjects.. rgdfilms is the messenger.. do not shoot the messenger btw.. ehehehehehe
    "The BBC alow the EX1/3 to be used on SD productions, the 5D is not considered aceptable to the BBC for SD Production"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Gottshalk View Post
    Glad I bought the 5DMKII. I can work within it's limitations and get some great footage at a fraction of the cost of a RED.

    If I get some budgets that justify a RED I will certainly rent one.

    Otherwise, my clients will more than love the look of the 5DMKII.

    Check out this test with a Sigma 50mm 1.4:

    http://www.theprogamer.com/daniel/si..._14-stream.mov
    That was a sweet little clip Matt. Makes me want to get the camera even more mainly because I could grab some motion when I don't want to set my Red up. But still I want to mainly use it as a timelapse camera just as I have been doing with my 40D. Plus I don't think Getty would take video stock footage shot with the 5D2. But they will take timelapse shot with it. Looks like a fun camera to have around. Kind of reminds me of the days of the family 8mm film cameras, except much clearer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Walker View Post
    Looks like a fun camera to have around. Kind of reminds me of the days of the family 8mm film cameras, except much clearer.
    Good comparison. And it's not like 8mm cam's haven't been used to great effect for any number of films.
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    okay.. red's higher rez but.. 5d 8mm?.. gimme a break lol
    "The BBC alow the EX1/3 to be used on SD productions, the 5D is not considered aceptable to the BBC for SD Production"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Walker View Post
    That was a sweet little clip Matt. Makes me want to get the camera even more mainly because I could grab some motion when I don't want to set my Red up. But still I want to mainly use it as a timelapse camera just as I have been doing with my 40D. Plus I don't think Getty would take video stock footage shot with the 5D2. But they will take timelapse shot with it. Looks like a fun camera to have around. Kind of reminds me of the days of the family 8mm film cameras, except much clearer.
    Great shot is priceless, regardless the resolution.
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