The Video is up on Tonaci's site. Wow looks great !
Oh, Tonaci you "lucky" b.....
thanks a ton for the pic. waiting anxiously for the clip!
and doesn't it look smooth n cool in all its matte finished glory.
hey, jarred looks small in the picture - hehe (he must be about a mile away)
it's funny how jarred's arm comes into the frame of the video, all the way down from the sky. :D
Last edited by Patrick Grossien; 12-14-2010 at 02:06 PM. Reason: saw the video
Glad to hear the Scarlet are in good progress!!! Keeping my thumbs that we be able to put in deposits before the end of this year!
I am so ready to get one of these...
Nice one Tonaci, at list you got to hold the fully working one, when I last visited Jarred, He give me one in pieces, hehe, but was still great fun to see it in the building Blocks ;)
Pardon me if this has been covered I have been away for awhile. So what is the estimated cost for a fixed lens Scarlet camera?
Does it have in built ND filters!
The video looks great, and the SSD option is sure to be a huge selling point.
Any idea how many minutes of 3K footage at the highest red code you would get on the various ssd's e.g. 64, 128, 256, 512 and how would HDRx™ affect the recording time ?
In another clip Ted mentioned the Red handle/travel battery could power Epic for about 30 mins I take it the Scarlets is about the same ? I think at least two Red (long life) battery's and a dual charger will be needed along with the travel charger.
Also does anybody know if a wide adaptor and extender will be available when the camera ships ?
Yea forgot about the ND filters, I think it will contain two but didn't hear anything about it in the video.
We are at the Santa Fe workshop at Red Studios.
Above is the ET Neutron Rig with Red Scarlets.
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