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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavin Greenwalt View Post
    Re: Joystick vs Finger vs Stylus.

    Goodluck keeping up with even slowly moving objects with a small joystick. I'm pretty good at Call of Duty but tracking a target on 7" screen using something like a Analog stick is literally a game in of itself. On the other hand I can tap away hitting small buttons instantly on my tabletPC without effort. A stylus is orders of magnitude more useful than a joystick.
    Hi Gavin,

    I think the idea would be to position the cursor and execute the focus with a button push rather than track a moving object/person. Somehow I don't think I'll be using a stylus in a run and gun shoot. Maybe a modified guitar pick. I don't know but I think this discussion may have reached the limits of usefulness. Until we see how the touch and focus works we really can't judge whether it will be useful beyond predictable, blocked, shots. I hope so and particularly for run and gun...but the proof will be in the pud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Majtan View Post
    And while You are here I want to repeat my older question which got most likely lost in the thread:

    Jarred, just few question regarding this:



    - Does this mean that we can choose?
    - Will there be a price difference?
    - How much lighter will be the magnesium version (providing there is one...)?

    Thanks buddy...

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    Both mechanical versions are going through extensive thermal and environmental testing right now.. So we need to wait till those are done before we know which way it will go.
     

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    Hey jim I know you said that the S35 scarlet will be able to have electronic control over many manufactures lenses. Right now I have a 7D and was looking to spend some money on some goos zeiss glass I could use for the rest of my life. And now that zeiss is making the Canon based ZE lenses I would like to get those... but they don't have a manual Iris ring. So my question to you would be, when I buy my S35 will I be wishing I had bought the Nikon based ZF lenses with the manual Iris ring or will it be able to control the ZE's I really want? Thanks man you are my hero, for real man it is my hopes to work with or for your company when I finish film school. thanks man keep up the phenomenal work.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lorenzo Straight View Post
    Jarred,
    Where can I find this footage you shot?
    Yes, I second that request - i searched everywhere, nothing, only some product stills on the oakley product page. This is so weird, it would be the third piece of footage after Mr. T and the little dog shot.
    Or was it a mere typo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Both mechanical versions are going through extensive thermal and environmental testing right now.. So we need to wait till those are done before we know which way it will go.
    If I read this right - only one will be chosen in the end... Right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Roberts View Post
    Jarred,

    Is it possible to disclose the range of the 8x? ??mm - ??mm

    Or is this item 21? Or you can't say for some competitive reason?
    Very interested about this as well. That 8X super bundle is looking too good to pass up for Scarlet #1, even though I'd really like the interchangeable functionality (that'll have to be #2 haha).
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    With the RED DRIVE Module.
    I was hoping I can use my 6' drive cable to connect to the current RED-DRIVE / RED-RAM for extreme light-weight setup (for aerials, steadicam, etc...). For the same reason I was planing to use the battery belt-clip...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Roberts View Post
    Is it possible to disclose the range of the 8x? ??mm - ??mm
    I'd love to know this too. If I had to guess, I'm thinking 7.5 - 60mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    My birthday is May 30th.. how about that :)
    Hey Jarred, Hows about May first if it has to May.

    Reason being we get to get our cameras sooner and you get to get a massive bonus on your birthday for the millions of Scarlets that get shifted in that opening month. ;-)
     

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    Red Drive module? That's odd... Might it be something as small as the side CF module? A simple port that is missing? Or is it going to be a whole new module in the back? Maybe one that can have the drive physically drop into it?
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