That new UI is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen on a piece of equipment like this.
Props to whomever at red designed this!
Last edited by Jeff Kilgroe; 12-01-2009 at 07:13 PM.
Can we see the original video that the is in the UI please????
EtherCon is a great system used widely but the shell is much larger.
I'm guessing that the UI image may be a mock-up. The histogram seems a little off and the RGB traffic signal is saying that the Red channel is peaking.
While we're at it, the red bar above the aperture, does that indicate which function is active for the ring on the fixed lens or the knob on the REDMOTE Pro (or whatever controller is being used)?
Having an expensive Lemo that connects to an RJ45 adaptor simply moves the problem further down the cable.
For example, has anyone here ever seen a Phantom camera that didn't have, somewhere in its mess of cables, an RJ45 coupler/adaptor to make it work? Now there's a cable kludge that does NOT handle the rigors of a typical film shoot. Help us get away from that, Red!
PS - I have already seen one facility that has plans for using the Ethernet file access capabilities of the new cameras in a unique way.
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