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  1. #21 Is that what I think it is? 
    Call me crazy, but is that an iPad in that shot, Jarred?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Nolte View Post
    Call me crazy, but is that an iPad in that shot, Jarred?
    If it was, the POCKET camera would also be alive.
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    Epic... (this'll be confusing when we use the same word to describe the Scarlet...)
     

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    Man I love the size of that thing!

    So great that the R1 was bigger and first on the scene
    and now with this compact Red Giant on set
    It will be easy to respect it with a name like Epic
    especially after all the love of the new Mx R1

    Looking good

    So happy to get one soon
    Please be soon
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    can't wait....can't wait....
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  6. #26 Maybe the pad is closer? 
    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Hutson View Post
    If it was, the POCKET camera would also be alive.
    Heh, well, I was guessing it's much closer to the camera than the... errr... the camera. What I mean is the iPad is closer to the still camera taking the photo than the Epic is. Looks like the Epic is outside the DOF. The bezel sure looks to me exactly like an iPad, and I handled my fair share of them today.

    I was hoping there would be a some sort of iPad monitoring app to take advantage of the WiFi built into the DSMCs. My understanding is the WiFi wouldn't send a live feed, but if it could at least send periodic stills, that could be very useful for logging.
     

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    Oh my god! It looks fantastic!!! And sitting on that Arrihead2 also is the cherry on top :)

    It's beautiful...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Nolte View Post
    Call me crazy, but is that an iPad in that shot, Jarred?
    I SERIOUSLY thought the SAME thing. I really wish it was, or is it Jarred
    Go BIG, or go HOME!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Nolte View Post
    Heh, well, I was guessing it's much closer to the camera than the... errr... the camera. What I mean is the iPad is closer to the still camera taking the photo than the Epic is. Looks like the Epic is outside the DOF. The bezel sure looks to me exactly like an iPad, and I handled my fair share of them today.

    I was hoping there would be a some sort of iPad monitoring app to take advantage of the WiFi built into the DSMCs. My understanding is the WiFi wouldn't send a live feed, but if it could at least send periodic stills, that could be very useful for logging.
    haha. I catch your drift now.

    As far as the periodic stills, that would be cool but I don't see that happening. We may have to wait just a little bit longer to see exactly what they intend to do with the WIFI connectivity...
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    But with the cable coming out of the back of it, I'd bet 2 cents on "no"...
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