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    The First Race - Mac Agnese, America's Cup Trimmer


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    Thank you Rand for posting all those videos everyday.
    I watch them all with great interest (and with our time zone difference, it is usually while I'm eating breakfast or doing sport :p).
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    You're welcome Bastien! There are more videos that come out everyday but I only try to post videos of a certain quality these days. What was good enough when there was hardly any Komodo footage availabe is now no longer good enough to be posted. I also try to post videos that are informative about some specific aspect of the Komodo that might be of interest to current owners and future owners of the Komodo.
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    Are The Anton Bauer Titon Micro Batteries Perfect For The RED Komodo? // New To Filmtools



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    Best Affordable EVF on RED Komodo and BMPCC4K - Portkeys LEYE


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    Any word on image flip/flop for the onbard screen? Just a rough sketch for now but you get the idea. A rubbery loupe with adjustable focus in the back and a 45 deg mirror in the front.

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    Bjorn,


    Wouldn't that Loupe get in the way of any V-mount or Gold-Mount battery plate solution for the Komodo. Maybe it could have an adjustable viewfinder that allows for it to be locked in an tilted upright position away from any battery plate. And, you could use you phone to control the camera's functions with the Red remote App so you wouldn't have to remove the loupe everytime you needed to make settings changes on the built-in screen, but then wouldn't you have to make sure you phone was powered for as long as the camera's on-board battery lasted.

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    You could modify the viewfinder and have the loupe have a some type of hinge(Black line) to flip it to the left or right so that you could make settings changes on the built-in screen, then flip it back again.


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    Red Komodo 6K Cinematic Golden Hour test (Excuse the Grade)


    I saw this video that made the skintones look a little too green, and i'm not blaming the poster of the video, but I thought it gives the wrong impression of the capabilities of the Komodo's sensor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Bjorn,


    Wouldn't that Loupe get in the way of any V-mount or Gold-Mount battery plate solution for the Komodo. Maybe it could have an adjustable viewfinder that allows for it to be locked in an tilted upright position away from any battery plate. And, you could use you phone to control the camera's functions with the Red remote App so you wouldn't have to remove the loupe everytime you needed to make settings changes on the built-in screen, but then wouldn't you have to make sure you phone was powered for as long as the camera's on-board battery lasted.

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    You could modify the viewfinder and have the loupe have a some type of hinge(Black line) to flip it to the left or right so that you could make settings changes on the built-in screen, then flip it back again.


    If using it as a viewfinder camera then to me 2 small canon batteries would work really well. Dont want s big v lock back there as it would get heavy and also up in the face. With the phone in the case infront yiu dont really need the onboard monitor for adjusting settings its actally easier on the phone. And then yes its also easy to make it with a hinch so it flipps to the sideso one can touch the screen.

    I think best to keep the viewfinder with 45 deg mirror so one can look forward,nice to be able to look also with the other ete and not looking down while filming... but yes then the iphone screen is a bit in the way so inportant also to be able to use the camera with only the loupe / no iphone.

    I think for most times the iphone and onboard screen works well but when really bright a loupe is great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    If using it as a viewfinder camera then to me 2 small canon batteries would work really well. Dont want s big v lock back there as it would get heavy and also up in the face. With the phone in the case infront yiu dont really need the onboard monitor for adjusting settings its actally easier on the phone. And then yes its also easy to make it with a hinch so it flipps to the sideso one can touch the screen.

    I think best to keep the viewfinder with 45 deg mirror so one can look forward,nice to be able to look also with the other ete and not looking down while filming... but yes then the iphone screen is a bit in the way so inportant also to be able to use the camera with only the loupe / no iphone.

    I think for most times the iphone and onboard screen works well but when really bright a loupe is great.
    Thanks for helping me better understand your reasoning behind your design. As you stated, if you will be using the Komodo with this, you probably would want to use the Canon 955 and 975 batteries instead of any V or Gold mount battery plate solution.
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