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    Assuming Jarred words about minimum config (a Brain, Side SSD and a Touchscreen monitor) + battery grip or module, i'm wondering what would be working on Epic/Scarlet without redmote ?

    Will this be a mandatory "option", as "pain in the ass to work without it" ?

    Few questions to get a better idea on this :
    - Will redmote / redmote pro be ready when Epic is shipping ?
    - Could we get more detailed features that redmote/redmote pro will offer ? Since first announcements, no big news about this tool...
    - As a documentary run & gun filmmaker, do i need it, when most time i'll have one hand for the handgrip and the other one on the lense ?
    - I'll probably be buying a Scarlet S35 to work along with Canon L lenses (16-35, 24-70, 70-200...). Would redmote or redmote pro be any help to control those lenses and make the job easier ?

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    A Touch-screen LCD or Side Handle will allow full control of an EPIC or Scarlet. If you have either of those, you do not NEED a REDmote.

    The particular advantage of REDmote however is wireless; so if you want control of the camera over distance, it's the right tool for the job.
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    Thanks Stuart.
    I guess i will skip the first redmote for now but will probably head back to redmote pro later. I'm curious about the jog-shuttle on the pro version. This could be really usefull sometimes...

    It would be good to have more details about both redmote models, when you're ready to give those info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart English View Post
    The particular advantage of REDmote however is wireless; so if you want control of the camera over distance, it's the right tool for the job.
    So... How many cameras can I control from a single REDmote? Has it got channel selection so that you can have A/B/C cameras controlled by separate REDmotes or all by the same one if you prefer?
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    Am I right in saying that the REDmote Pro has an electronic focus knob on it that I could use to control Canon or Nikon AF lenses and future Red Electronic lenses?
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    Am I right in saying that the REDmote Pro has an electronic focus knob on it that I could use to control Canon or Nikon AF lenses and future Red Electronic lenses?
    REDmote PRO has a rotary encoder that can be used to control a number of different things - it depends on what it's mapped to by the camera firmware.
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