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    Jarred, the camera geek in me is curious what the lens and iso setting was for the epic motion shot. But do take a break, all of us know you been working 24-7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Heh heh if I dont go and eat dinner with the wife tonight I'm a dead man..
    Ha...I know what you mean.
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    Scarllet rocks...!
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    What a night to get stuck with a failed 'net install at the new house and iPhone that won't play nice with Red images :(

    Very excited and may have to steal the neighbors bandwidth ;-)
    Epic-X #1763, "Phase III"

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    Wow... this is all coming to a head.... the more Red does, the more I get to say I was right over 4 years ago.
    There is no ‘I’ in ‘God’.
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    So excited.. just checking site before bed (5:30 am Irish Time) ... just a historic post to deal with.

    Great work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonaci Tran View Post
    Jarred, the camera geek in me is curious what the lens and iso setting was for the epic motion shot. But do take a break, all of us know you been working 24-7.
    Epic was Canon Mount with Canon 70-200mm 2.8IS shot at about 85mm at about a f4..

    5K 2:1 @ REDCODE 12:1 with 3:2 frameguides.

    1/192 shutter. (effectively 180 degree shutter at 96 )

    ISO 1260 and then pushed a stop..

    Shot 96fps on a 24fps timebase.

    ok i really gotta go...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Epic was Canon Mount with Canon 70-200mm 2.8IS shot at about 85mm at a f4..

    5K 2:1 @ REDCODE 12:1 with 3:2 frameguides.

    1/192 shutter. (effectively 180 degree shutter at 96 )

    ISO 1260 and then pushed a stop..

    Shot 96fps on a 24fps timebase.

    ok i really gotta go...
    Go eat, get your energy back, and then come hang out with the rest of us later tonight. You know we'll be here. What else do we have to do on a Friday night? :-)
    Steve Sherrick
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    Thanks Jarred! awesome stats. Canon mount = must have as well as the PL. have fun, and we'll see ya when you come back.
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    That looked yummy. Very impressive indeed.
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