Thanks a lot. Been having a lot of fun with this baby lately. We went far up north of Svalbard Norway to the arctic ocean to start filming a documentary of "André Expedition". Got close to the north pole but the ice got to thick to cut through. The epic worked amazing even if it got quite cold sometimes. I got back to stockholm with almost 20tb of red footage. ill post some more images in a while
I used quite a small kit I think.
2pc of Epic-M (one for backup, but I never had to use it) #1040 and #5XX
4pc V-lock batteries
10pc of 128gb ssd Redmags
1pc 17-50 Red Pro
1pc 300mm Red pro with a arri teleconverter (x2)
1pc Sachtler Cine 30 head with carbone sticks.
1pc O'connor follow focus (never used it, and I can say that I'm not a fan)
1pc Arri Lmb-15
And of cause "The clutch" that I can't live without.
I also had my red prime 18-100mm with me. but it got to heavy so I kept them on the boat. since this was almost a one man shoot with some help from the sound technician.
Noah Newtown: that is a cine 30 head. just got it back from service because the salty rain really killed it in the arctic ocean. Amazing head, been using it a lot the last 3 years and it fits the epic really well. specially when you use the heavier primes and zooms.
Sam Taylor: M/S Origo with its amazing crew and staff. I can really recommend Vera Expeditions for everyone that got plans for a shot over there. and they are used to film crews.
Take care. Simon