I understand the 8x fixed lens is a servo lens, so my question is whether there will be some way of knowing at any given focal length exactly what focal length one is using. Say, starting from full wide (whatever that happens to be), I zoom in to frame a shot: will I be able to determine the precise focal length of an arbitrary zoom (besides the obvious full wide-angle or telephoto)? This is important data for several types of post work.
Any chance on some recent Scarlet 2/3" or Fixed footage?
Will the Redmote PRO control focus through the electronic Canon mount?
And I tried to calculate the price for a production package working with the s35 interchangable. If you already own the lenses it would be something like:
Body - 7000
Touchscreen 5" - 1200
PRO Redmote - 1750
Side CF-Module - 500
Side Handle - 950
Base Plate - ?
Battery Module - 1750
Electronic Canon mount - 500
CF-Cards (4) - 1400
So a total of $15 050 lenses and base plate price excluded
Is that correct? Am I missing something?
Is the side CF module user changeable?
Lens thread diameter on mini primes?
15050 - 950 = 14100
you could always get the 1000 dollar battery module rather than the more expensive one so subract 750 and get 13350
add 300 for the scarlet module adapter which you'll need to use the battery module
yeah so looks like 13,650 before lenses
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