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    Shawn, you are presuming that all of Peter Jackson's cameras will be machined instead of actual production models.

    One thing I've learned is never to assume anything.
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    It is also conceivable that all Epics, regardless of -M or -X status would simply use the same linear serial numbering, no? The switchover would simply occur whenever they decide to start mass producing. And aside from the method of creation, they should be exactly the same, right? Same I/O, same electronics...

    Maybe Peter Jackson just gets #PJ1, #PJ2, etc.
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    And you're also not taking into consideration Jim's sense of history. Mark received R-1s numbered 0006 and 0007. I can't imagine a situation where Jim would let him have Epics without those numbers on them.
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    Well after some scooping, I guess we'll know some more once the camerarentalz.com website updates. Apparently they're getting 4 of the first 10 machined EPICs. But I also noticed something I hadn't seen before...they list the Scarlet 2/3 as being able to shoot 172 fps. Has this been confirmed somewhere? You can see it listed on their rental request form here:

    http://redcameranetwork.com/contact/

    Located at the bottom...I just got even more stoked about the Scarlet if this is true...
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    I'll post footage as soon as I can. Promise. I'm runnin' and gunnin' right now.

    I have more behind the scenes pics - I'll try to post them in a few hours.

    Screengrabs & footage in a few days hopefully. Please be patient. I'll be in the mountains without a Red Rocket - I'll do my best.

    I am in love with this camera. It's too easy to shoot. 1K more pixels is a WORLD of difference. The detail in the shots when projected are just incredible.

    I'm looking forward to renting the biggest damn digital screen in NYC in late Jan and projecting some EPIC footage from a 4K DCP.
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    have a nice trip! bring us along when you can.

    and we definitely need some souvenirs!

    oh, and thank you, mark.
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    Give us a date... -:)

    Would be nice to see some side by side R1MX and Epic footy too that tells the difference. With and without HDRx...

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    Good point, and this just occurred to me. Why was Epic-M stamped as 006? I thought Jim and Jarred said that EpicMs were all line jumpers that exist prior to, above and beyond and separate from the Serial #1->8000+, which will either be Stage 1->4.

    EDIT: Though Jim did say Epic-Ms were going by serial #. But, I'm pretty sure Peter Jackson gets his 30 before the serial #s (bummer!! I'd have loved to have rented my Epic to PJ :-)
    Jim got RED ONE serial numbers 1-5, so it would be a little odd if he didn't get EPIC-M Serial numbers 1-5. Being a camera collector and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Dennis View Post
    Jim got RED ONE serial numbers 1-5, so it would be a little odd if he didn't get EPIC-M Serial numbers 1-5. Being a camera collector and all.

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    Jim has more than 1-5 too. He has like 30 that are named after cities.

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    Wow...all that equipment fits in a nice little Oakley bag...classic...
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