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    Today... we tested EPIC dynamic range with the following test systems:

    1. DSC DX1-102db v1 OSG chart

    2. Stouffer chart

    3. Arri DRTC

    All tests show 13.5 stops or greater.

    For those that missed my post on another thread... EPIC has a REDCODE mathematically lossless compression option (2.5:1) that records to onboard SSD module (not to CF).

    Lots of good news going into NAB.

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    (Rubbing hands together) Yea baby! It's clobbering time!
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    Awesome. Keep it coming!

    Very curious about the coming SSD module/media.
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    Sounds great Jim. How does this compare to the current Red camera?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Palin View Post
    Sounds great Jim. How does this compare to the current Red camera?
    If my memory serves me Red One was 11.3 on the stouffer test.

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    Would love to know more about the onboard SSD module too.. . kick ass... more reasons to be at NAB.
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    Nicely done. I'm eager to see what new spec Aaton, Arri, et al decide to focus on to justify their respective price premiums.
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    It's not just the overall DR though, it's the character of the noisefloor, the DR, and low noise throughout the range that makes M-X better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graeme Nattress View Post
    It's not just the overall DR though, it's the character of the noisefloor, the DR, and low noise throughout the range that makes M-X better.

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    No, its the gorgeous effin images lit by a Macbook at 4000 ISO

    really outdid yourselves here... matter of fact my colorist kept referring to it as GRAIN :)

    well done!

    @ Jim. 2.5: 1 ???!!!! HALLELUJAH im heading to the bar for HAPPY HOUR!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Whitcomb View Post
    No, its the gorgeous effin images lit by a Macbook at 4000 ISO

    really outdid yourselves here... matter of fact my colorist kept referring to it as GRAIN :)
    Impressive- the MX is so amazing. I can't wait to see what the Epic bodies look like at NAB- very exciting times. :)
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