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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    No. Bottom handle is too small.

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    Wow, Saturday night going on 2 am... this is spectacular. Thanks Jim

    These cameras look fantastic. My kind of configurations as well,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Gibby View Post
    Yup...especially for shooting vertical stills...also, see the other record button on the bottom handle. But if I wasn't shooting any vertical stills I'd probably go without the bottom handle to lighten the setup even a bit more.

    I'm curious about the +/- receptacle on the bottom handle. I have a hunch on that...
    Yes off course, but 80% of my shoots are in portrait mode, so definitely will be having the Grip on most of the time, but it sure is great to be able to removed, just one of those "must have" in your bag kinda of things.
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    Im curious to know how the EVF mounts to the Epic Brain? I keep seeing renders with the Epic and the EVF mounted in all these different positions. Each render however doesnt really illustrate to me how the EVF will mount. When you look at other stills of the body without the EVF there doesnt look like anything that the EVF could mount to.

    Could you shed some light please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Ulbrich View Post
    Im curious to know how the EVF mounts to the Epic Brain? I keep seeing renders with the Epic and the EVF mounted in all these different positions. Each render however doesnt really illustrate to me how the EVF will mount. When you look at other stills of the body without the EVF there doesnt look like anything that the EVF could mount to.

    Could you shed some light please?
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    All very nice.

    Epic has already seen and even has been in the hands of some lucky REDusers at IBC Amsterdam 2009.

    But it still remains the most important question about Mysterum-X specs or the sensor's sensitivity and exposure latitude.

    All professionals and consumers are waiting for that answer.


    Epic at IBC Amsterdam, September 12, 2009.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Dalton View Post
    I think one thing we can count on, is first out will be Epic X. Red will want to reward loyal customers first. And then scarlet and Epic to new customers about a month later.

    I guess manufacturing will dictate somewhat. If they are waiting for modules maybe fixed scarlet will be one of the first.

    Should be an interesting month with all our questions asked. One, major one, How the heck do we buy one? Is everything coming through red?

    Would prefer stores, because we Canadians will get hit with duties attached when mailed?
    Canadians dont have to pay duty on camera equipment. I was worried about that too. Look it up. id say im 80% positive im right. rofl if that makes sense.
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    [QUOTE=Sanjin Jukic;487307]All very nice.

    Epic has already seen and even has been in the hands of some lucky REDusers at IBC Amsterdam 2009.

    But it still remains the most important question about Mysterum-X specs or the sensor's sensitivity and exposure latitude.

    All professionals and consumers are waiting for that answer.

    Jim has already given an answer on sensitivity.
    "For example, Arri's new sensor program (which looks quite nice from what I could see at IBC) uses dual gain paths to create a great looking image at ISO 800. The Mysterium-X (in EPIC) uses a new pixel design and some new technology to get to the same place. The Mysterium-X has the same noise characteristics at ISO 800 of Mysterium (in a RED ONE) at ISO 250, even though the pixel size is exactly the same for both. Neither company's sensor program achieves this "clean at ISO 800" look with just the pixel size."
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    Looking at the photo's, the Epic could almost fit in a Cracker-Jack box. It would take a rare situation for this camera to be too big in size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjin Jukic View Post

    Epic at IBC Amsterdam, September 12, 2009.
    Looks like Jarred is tryin' to keep the animals at bay LOL

    A position many would like to be in, I might add...awesome....sooooo friggin' awsome
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    Some more picture of EPIC at the REDusers hands:


    Epic at IBC Amsterdam, September 12, 2009.


    Epic at IBC Amsterdam, September 12, 2009.


    Epic at IBC Amsterdam, September 12, 2009.


    Epic at IBC Amsterdam, September 12, 2009.
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