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    B2pro / Bunker Media put together a great little video on how they work with stills and motion for their numerous fashion shoots, thought I would share.

    http://red.cachefly.net/1203-RED-SIZZLE.mp4

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    nice workflow ;)
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    EPIC as usual! thanks for sharing! ;)
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    So they shoot wide screen then crop...

    Hmph.... interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timur Civan View Post
    So they shoot wide screen then crop...

    Hmph.... interesting.
    Flexible... some people shoot the Wide format (specially in 5K) to get the maximum frame rate.
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    Neat. Seems like there's a real push for DSMC to penetrate the print world even more. I'm really curious how Scarlet is going to sneak into my stills workflow. Got some ideas and it's inspiring to see what others are doing and have done.
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    I've mentioned this elsewhere, but I think this is a good place for it.

    Perhaps the biggest problem for still photography (unless you're in the studio on AC power) is the idle battery life. Tonaci reported 35 minutes, baaaaarely better than battery life while active.

    I'm not saying I need the weeks (literally) that an idle D3s will last, but having to keep the camera off and wait for a 10-second boot-up every time I want to capture one or two frames is going to be crazy frustrating.

    Better power management in stills mode is something that deserves some attention.
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    Thanks for posting Jarred. I'm sure to use a similar workflow on upcoming gigs.
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    Really cool. Excited to experiment with pulling stills on my Scarlet.

    But - Is that video interlaced??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Saxon View Post
    I've mentioned this elsewhere, but I think this is a good place for it.

    Perhaps the biggest problem for still photography (unless you're in the studio on AC power) is the idle battery life. Tonaci reported 35 minutes, baaaaarely better than battery life while active.

    I'm not saying I need the weeks (literally) that an idle D3s will last, but having to keep the camera off and wait for a 10-second boot-up every time I want to capture one or two frames is going to be crazy frustrating.

    Better power management in stills mode is something that deserves some attention.
    Don't worry Lee... you are seeing it the worst it will be, as power management is not in the firmware yet.
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