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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Gustav H. View Post
    Have you switched to a push button CF eject mechanism, as opposed to just pulling it out. fnarr

    Should reduce, one would hope, the probability of bet pins occurring.
    Yes... It is now an eject mechanism with a push button. There is also another surprise With the side cf module you will see in a couple days :)
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Yes... It is now an eject mechanism with a push button. There is also another surprise With the side cf module you will see in a couple days :)
    Any pictures which would spark some guesswork for us?
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    Epic is causing Earthquakes!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    There is also another surprise With the side cf module you will see in a couple days :)
    Anything that starts with 64 or 128? ;)
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Weiss View Post
    Anything that starts with 64 or 128? ;)
    He he, nice one Martin.
     

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    Exciting times.

    The EPIC Epoch!

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    a particular period of time marked by distinctive features, events, etc.: The treaty ushered in an epoch of peace and good will.
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    EPIC DSMC's rocks the still and motion photography market. 2010 shall be known as the beginning of the EPIC epoch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    More resolution, more dynamic range, better color than anything we have ever done. We wish you all could see what we are seeing.

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    Jim, we all expected more resolution and more dynamic range, but how is the color better? That's a great surprise!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericyoung View Post
    Any indication of how quiet it will be? It's a cooler running camera, but assume there's still a fan.

    I'm sure lessons have been learnt on cooling from the RED One and of course the Alexa's 20dB?

    Just a thought - if the fan is in the brain, and of course all the metal casings will be acting as heatsinks - but if we are stacking the maximum number of modules possible on the back, is there a chance the last modules will be insufficiently cooled?

    Or does each module come with a fan - that could be a noise issue?

    Whatever - I'm still stoked!!
    I'm pretty sure CF recording boards or what not make A LOT LESS heat than a CMOS sensor running at 100 fps.

    We've never seen fans in any of the modules be it render or mock ups.
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    Powerful specs, heat/cooling and fan noise are all part of the difficulty of what we are doing. If we had just put everything in the same size box as RED ONE... we'd have no issues whatsoever. But we couldn't do that! :-)

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