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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    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.

    Jim

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    Mathematically lossless - AWESOME! Congrats!
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    Please tell me this is no April's Fool.
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    isnt epic same sensor as the MX that is now in red ones?
    so does the MX sensor have the same latitude?
    it should yeah?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    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.

    Jim

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    Hi Jim, This is great news. Can you tell us more about the SSD Module - Approx record time etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    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).
    He he... all riiiiight. /quagmire

    Don't ban me, bro!
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    Great news about the 13.5 Stops of Dynamic Range

    The Epic camera system will be so freakin' sophisticated
    that people will see rolls of "Vision 2" film stock hitchhiking
    out of town. Heck, we may even see a few rolls of film stock
    try to commit suicide.

    Well.....perhaps I exaggerate a little.
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    Jim, please, if you are not saving it for the party, could you share the size of mathematically losses 5k 24fps?

    This has to be #21! A Vegas/NAB announcement, and completely worthy of the mystery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    EPIC has a REDCODE mathematically lossless compression option (2.5:1) that records to onboard SSD module (not to CF).

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    Pretty amazing.
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    Hey Jim, what's the data rate on 2.5:1 compression at 5K? Sounds like it's going to involve some back-end as well for loading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brook Willard View Post
    Hey Jim, what's the data rate on 2.5:1 compression at 5K? Sounds like it's going to involve some back-end as well for loading.
    Backend is REDstation but it's important to remember that choosing the right REDcode rate for the right situations is key to a sensible workflow.

    There's going to be a tendency to want to shoot at the highest redcode when a lower redcode is more valid and sensible.
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