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    It really sounds like it Jim.

    You don't have to be a DP to see that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    While there will always be "more"... EPIC is a game changer.

    You will likely not every need more. You will get it because we will make it. But EPIC is the ONE that changed everything. I have seen a lot. I own over 1000 cameras. EPIC is the one that will change history. It is the one that covers everything. Size, price,performance. If I died and went (somewhere)... I will be content. EPIC will get to market.

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    Sounds like you're going to have a heck of a garage sale, now that you just made 1000 cameras obsolete and superfluous!
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    Sounds like you're going to have a heck of a garrage sale, now that you just made 1000 cameras obsolete and superfluous!
    I'm sure Jim will be hanging on to them. you need to know the past and the present to see the future
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    I rarely post. But this is really something. We've had two Red One's from the get go, love them - they have become solid as a rock. I can't wait for our two Epics. When we put down our thousand bucks a few years ago we were betting on you Jim. It's paid off in spades. Thanks.

    Twice the data at max is 250mb = 500mb with HDR. That's a shit load of data. Can the SSD take that info?
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    Jim...excuse the language, but...this is fucking awesome. Years of being a diehard RED man myself from the outside and all the crap i have had to wear because of it from colleagues, this, for me at least will give me the quiet satisfaction...and maybe the odd 'oh yeah'.

    Now as your in a good mood and pumped...any chance of even giving us even a slight inkling as to when you hope EPIC will start stage 2. I know i know...no more dates but with your excitement and marketing moving into gear i little bit of a hint would be nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberto Lequeux View Post
    Unless it became a little bit more sensitive and noise disappeared all together.

    And larger sensors, for more optical flavors.

    And smaller sensors with equal performance, for deeper focus.

    I'd say there will always be room for improvment, but I guess Epic will slow the need for upgrading once a year, maybe once in 5 or 10 years. A bit like ARRI's film cameras.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Felix K. View Post
    I'd say there will always be room for improvment, but I guess Epic will slow the need for upgrading once a year, maybe once in 5 or 10 years. A bit like ARRI's film cameras.
    Dream on. That would be nice for all of us planning to purchase Epic, but technology seems to be moving faster, not slowing down. Case in point: Epic.
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    very exciting!

    lets hope Epic ships in large numbers when it does :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Nordin View Post
    Dream on. That would be nice for all of us planning to purchase Epic, but technology seems to be moving faster, not slowing down. Case in point: Epic.
    :) heh heh heh.
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    But there is also catching up to human vision...
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