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  #1 Sound Devices PIX 240 ProRes/DNxHD Video Recorder with EPIC 
    The PIX 240 is now shipping... Records 1080p PRORES / DNxHD with metadata ingest ( Clip Name, Timecode ) as well as automatic start/stop triggering. Pretty cool.

    http://www.sounddevices.com/notes/ge...d-epic-camera/

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    Going to be playing with this setup tomorrow. Can't wait to try it out. Have a feeling it's going to rock. Good times ahead!
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    Very cool!
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    Steve, very interested to hear a report once you've played with it. Love Sound Devices products and this looks to be another winner.
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    Love the tip. I want one. I want my Epic-X. Stage 3, I can't wait.
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    Well, that's certainly an outstanding solution for the 1080p workflow crowd...

    And I love Sound Devices products...glad to see them hit this one out of the park...
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    I will post some thoughts soon. Have a busy shooting week, but will blog about it this weekend. I'll bring the files into my Avid and see how it all works out.
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    Jarred, can we take this as confirmation that Red is not offering a DSMC module with similar functionality any time soon?
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    wow, thats convenient... but requires an SDI output.
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    1080 with 5K masters, now that is the kind of 1080 I like ( :
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