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    There was only one request that we gave the guys who shot this footage when we handed over the M-X cameras to them...

    "Shoot the hard stuff"

    http://red.cachefly.net/M-X-REEL.mov



    Special thanks to Dino, Cioni, Crash, Shawn Kim and Jeremy Braben who did just that...
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    Holy crap!
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    Wow!
    Insomnia came at the right time.
    This is quite impressive.
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    Ah man, you can't reward me for staying up too late again :-)

    Wow, very nice! Love how clean it is. Can't wait!
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    the most convincing footage to date for me are those london heli shots.
    it made your point loud and clear!
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    Amazing !!!

    Absolutely fantastic low light capabilities of M-X sensor.

    Looking forward to test M-X with one stop faster (T1.0) lens than the fastest cine lenses (T1.3).

    It's gonna be incredible to shoot in low light with M-X @ T1.0 that shooting the same with any fast film stock only can dream about.
    "There is no point in having sharp images when you've fuzzy ideas."
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    Dynamic range is, after all, the measurement between well saturation (photosite blowout) and noise floor.
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    Holy shmoly! As Public Enemy said it many years ago "Black is black is black is black"

    RED. "Vorsprung durch Technik".
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    Amazing. Well done!
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    My favorite shot was the snowy one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Weiss View Post
    Holy shmoly! As Public Enemy said it many years ago "Black is black is black is black"

    RED. "Vorsprung durch Technik".
    Heh, I like the PE reference.

    Indeed. It looks like you can truly work with darkness with no concern
    for the noise limitations of your imaging device.

    I look forward to R3Ds posted of MX footage to see just how far one can go.

    Again, this is very nice.

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