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    i dont think a camera company has anything to do with the images its customers make other than serving the purpose of making images.

    what's shot on red.. is shot on red. so i dont see the big fuss. some images look astounding.. some look like crap.. its how its shot.. and whats being shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A. Bastaki View Post
    i dont think a camera company has anything to do with the images its customers make other than serving the purpose of making images.
    Thats absurd. Do Kodak pictures look like Polaroid or Helga or Lolo? No. So why do you assume movies shot on RED wouldn't have a different look and feel from movies shot on a Panasonic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Mark Schaefer View Post
    I for one object to pornography being grouped with racism and hate. There is some pornography filled withbeauty and life-affirming love.
    Yes, I agree with you... and then there is my pornography.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A. Beal View Post
    How many companies can you think of where this would happen?
    Panavision, Kodak, Fuji, Technicolor, Arri, ...

    Do most of these companies pay to have their logos added to the end of films?
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    Are we allowed to edit or animate the logo and do what ever else to add more emphasis? e.g. if Transformers was shot on red, would you allow them to make the RED logo transform into a transformer, without permission?



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    I would think that if your picture was big enough to get a film out and a publication deal there would be enough lawyers to fill the mariana trench asking these questions. It only says shot on red, it doesn't say endorsed by Red, go and see it.
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    Can we get "Shot on RED" in text style? The end roll that my client working on is limited to black and white (2bit) so the fancy color version don't work good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent J. Craig View Post
    Are there any guidelines or rules about how the Shot on Red logo may be used? I would expect Red Digital Cinema wouldn't appreciate being associated with objectionable content (including racism, hate, pornography), amateurish work, etc.
    I don't think they'd object to being equipment used on a shoot. They have absolutely no control over content and if they sell cameras to racists, pornographers, and people who make crappy films, well they also sell them to everyone else. This is not the "gun control" issue.
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    What is RED's position on use of the logo on business materials such as business cards websites etc where the company specializes in RED productions and/or post production?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Gannon View Post
    What is RED's position on use of the logo on business materials such as business cards websites etc where the company specializes in RED productions and/or post production?
    Expect to hear from their Lawyers, rightly so they like to protect their trademark.
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