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    Mark, I certainly want to witness you as a clam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Lowe View Post
    MUCH better (1313.8 kB/s - 208.5 MB of 673.1 MB, 6 mins left)

    Jim, is it possible to upload the 2K to Yousendit as well?
    Tom I think we can arrange it might be tomorrow morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Ryan View Post
    WOW!

    So you were pretty much T1.3 the entire time?
    Yes. 1.3 on the 16, 25 & 35mm and 1.8 on the 85mm - but again, many shots we could have stopped down a bit - because we did in REDCINE-X.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Geduldick View Post
    Tom I think we can arrange it might be tomorrow morning.
    Yeah, that would be awesome. You know how us pixel peepers are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graeme Nattress View Post
    Mark, I certainly want to witness you as a clam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L. Pederson View Post
    This one is very close to maxing out my download speed. < 1hs
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    I can't believe the amount of detail present in the shadows AND the highlights of these shots. Not only is the sensitivity impressive, but the dynamic range at this level is unbelievable. The cityscape is jaw dropping! Detail in the water, the buildings, all the way to a smooth haze in the sky. Amazing stuff.

    And the seamless shot from the subway to the street...wow.
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    This is great. The low light improvement is going to make a huge difference.

    Thanks for posting Mark

    How do you think the RPP's would do wide open?
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    No spoilers, I'm waiting on the download to complete
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    Goddamit, this was great! I just saw the next year of my life shooting on MX R1 and Epic X flash before my very eyes while watching this video.

    Jim and Red Team, I commend you!!!!!
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