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  1. #1 Mike about the RED ONE from Sundance... 
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    Mike (HD4iNDs) wrote:

    "...I went to go see Ted Schilowitz of Red talk about the Red One to see if there was anything new to report. Not really, nothing I haven't reported here on before. At one point he was talking about changes, and progress on the camera, and NAB, and said something about "we'll keep you posted on progress over the next few months" or something very much like that. Does that mean they won't be done for a few months? They've been saying "engineering goals" and "no promises" and "all specs subject to change" all along - just curious when the cameras will be done. I've been idly hoping to get mine this summer sometime. If it takes until August, I won't be surprised. If it took until December, I'd be cranky about it."

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  2. #2 Very simple and clear message 
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    To conclude is to say that nothing new you get from the RED ONE til NAB 2007 in Las Vegas. Very simple and clear message. So order the RED ONE right now with the lenses or if you did it already do some more fundrising money for your powerful multicore/multiprocessors the REDCODE workstation, RAM, storage/RAID and brand new graphic card. Think about that. Also add some the RED stickers in your order.
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    Jim said details on pricing, accessories, etc.. should come out in March, presumably to build up more interest right before NAB. I'm guessing that other than the updates we get here already, all the meaty info is yet to come. Can't really complain though. The direct interaction by the RED team with their loyal community of future users is unheard of in most industries, especially this one.
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    And forgot to add more about low-budget lenses, have a look at

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    Quote Originally Posted by AppliedVisual View Post
    Can't really complain though. The direct interaction by the RED team with their loyal community of future users is unheard of in most industries, especially this one.
    I wholeheartedly agree. Since when have any of us EVER witnessed a lead engineer, let alone a CEO, ever comment in a continuing, online dialogue on a future product? Especially a product as technologically provocative as RED? My hat's off, WAY off, to Jim Jannard and his team for maintaining an unprecedented degree of DIRECT customer contact, interaction, and feedback.
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