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    go go gadget ted!
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    Looks less like a tokin' Teddy Bear every day.
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    I do want the Redray, but I don't want to buy it at $1450, and then they lower the price to $700. So I will wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Jones View Post
    I do want the Redray, but I don't want to buy it at $1450, and then they lower the price to $700. So I will wait.
    Normally I would wait until the 1st adopters paid the R&D costs so the price could come down, but I decided to become an early adopter in this case because I want to learn the product as early as I can. The good news for anyone choosing to wait is that the encoding plug-in will be available separately and will allow content creation in the .RED format.
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    I can't believe I missed the RED booth at CES.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Matossian View Post
    I can't believe I missed the RED booth at CES.
    FWIW, I don't think there was one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Jones View Post
    I do want the Redray, but I don't want to buy it at $1450, and then they lower the price to $700. So I will wait.
    For big ticket items, I agree with you. Although I haven't ordered one yet myself, I don't see the potential for maybe a $750 savings in 12 or 18 months as much of an incentive. Right now, I think the biggest deterrent is lack of content (other than my own RED footage) and no affordable 4K displays available yet. When ODEMAX launches, it may make sense to get one and just hook it up to a regular HD display for now; if for nothing else than to test .RED files before putting them up to ODEMAX.

    It's going to be an exciting year!
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    The other tid-bit mentioned by Ted in the interview (towards the end) is that we probably won't see the projector for another 4 - 6 months. Oh well ... it will be ready ... when it is ready.

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    Will there be RedRay discs that you can buy and collect, like you can now with BluRay?

    I like having a physical disc.
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