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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Podlesnik View Post
    Per Ed and Brian's exchange, are we assuming that 28MB/sec is the data rate floor. Can it be lower?

    I see the Red Drive available for $900. Since it holds 640 GB, looks like one might be able to get 380.95 minutes (6.3 hours) off of this drive at 28MB/sec. Will this Red Drive support faster frame rates? Is this a viable solution
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    REDCODE records at a fairly consistent bitrate no matter what size frame you have chosen or framerate. This is why the increase to REDCODE 36 (from 28) most obviously benefitted higher framerate shooting (more bits per frame.)

    Yes, a Red Drive will work with Scarlet. Yes it is fast enough to record REDCODE 28 (and also REDCODE 36). You can choose whatever resolution and framerate you want for that bitrate.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd M. View Post
    REDCODE records at a fairly consistent bitrate no matter what size frame you have chosen or framerate. This is why the increase to REDCODE 36 (from 28) most obviously benefitted higher framerate shooting (more bits per frame.)

    Yes, a Red Drive will work with Scarlet. Yes it is fast enough to record REDCODE 28 (and also REDCODE 36). You can choose whatever resolution and framerate you want for that bitrate.
    But can we record redcode 42 with this and sustain 120 fps? thats what im wondering because id much rather have just one drive then piles of cf cards.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Coatney View Post
    I'd like to see a three-lens turret option on the Scarlet 2/3" that accepts the mini-primes. This shouldn't interfere with the board stack, right? It probably wouldn't interfere with the cooling system duct. Anyway, I think it would be a desirable option.
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    heh heh heh..... turrets....
    mini-turret, you complete me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy_Sawatzky View Post
    But can we record redcode 42 with this and sustain 120 fps? thats what im wondering because id much rather have just one drive then piles of cf cards.
    It's my understanding that the ol' Red Drive is essentially a mechanical RAID drive (with all the limitations, liabilities, vulnerabilities to shock, vibration, etc, therein), while the planned SSD drive will be faster and less prone to interruption from vibration, etc. My plan is to get the Scarlet fixed, then work up to the 5" LCD monitor and SSD drive. :-)
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casey Green View Post
    mini-turret, you complete me.
    Yeah, the old 16mm Bell and Howell 70-D (indestructable tank) wind-up cameras, which I used in college back in the late 70's/early 80's, had turrets on them as well.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Podlesnik View Post
    Yeah, the old 16mm Bell and Howell 70-D (indestructable tank) wind-up cameras, which I used in college back in the late 70's/early 80's, had turrets on them as well.
    I'm quite fond of my '67 turret-front crank-equipped Konvas:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/r_jackson/3340289653/

     

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    Do you guys even realize how un-fashionable those are?

    GOSH!!!

    Screw functionality... ;P

    HAHA.. can you imagine one with the 18mm 35mm and 85mm RPPs? Are you macho enough to muscle that thing around? ;P

    I doubt it will happen but it would be very nice to have one for 2/3", retro 3k acquisition FTW!
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    I was watching WWII in HD on the History channel and one of the shots featured a lens turret change in the middle of the take. It was a reminder that the cameraman was taking fire and he was no longer an observer of the action, he was a participant in the event and his survival was in doubt. Anyway, It was a most unusual effect, I wondered how would you replicate that using a digital camera? After Effects? Maya?
     

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    A mask gets displaced, to the left, complete blur, mask of shot with another lens comes masked from the right. Some comp to make it more organic (metal parts near the edge, etc) and finish it off with good sound effects.

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    hey cara.. someone deleted my copacabana joke because didn't get some people have summer when they have their winter 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"

    the most funny post ever is courtesy of gang's good friend.. mr Williams.. old stephen
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