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    Senior Member Mike Krumlauf's Avatar
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    Thought this would be something fun to do for us Scarlet owners. Here's my rig as it stands currently. The only thing not pictured here is the A Box XLR adapter which arrives today.

    RED SCARLET MX - #01884 "REDFORD"
    SIGMA 18-35MM F1.8 LENS / Optitek Prolock Nikon Mount / RED Pro Touch LCD 5.0
    Two Panasonic AG-DVX100s

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    This was a while back, but here is my scarlet out in the wild, shooting a scene for a German artist. Mind the makeshift snowcoat ;)

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    Heapsgood Productions, Norway.
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    EPIC-X #06833 "Monsta" & SCARLET-X #01773 "Scratch"
    Carl Zeiss, Voigtänder & Russian glass
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickWebb View Post
    This was a while back, but here is my scarlet out in the wild, shooting a scene for a German artist. Mind the makeshift snowcoat ;)

    Nice Man!
    RED SCARLET MX - #01884 "REDFORD"
    SIGMA 18-35MM F1.8 LENS / Optitek Prolock Nikon Mount / RED Pro Touch LCD 5.0
    Two Panasonic AG-DVX100s

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    For the last year it was like this mostly:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Lubensky View Post
    For the last year it was like this mostly:
    i see you've been using the 18-85 monster of a lens. Nice work, mate.
    Patrick Webb,
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    Carl Zeiss, Voigtänder & Russian glass
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    Thanks, but occasionally I've moved to Epic mainly. Left the Scarlet for the audio jobs and lower budget stuff

    Will post some recent jobs shot on Scarlet later this month
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickWebb View Post
    i see you've been using the 18-85 monster of a lens. Nice work, mate.
    I wish I had lens support for the RED glass I have access to.
    But then I rarely get a chance to use a PL mount.
    Most want to use their EFs here.
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    Nobody else has pics of their scarlet rig???
    RED SCARLET MX - #01884 "REDFORD"
    SIGMA 18-35MM F1.8 LENS / Optitek Prolock Nikon Mount / RED Pro Touch LCD 5.0
    Two Panasonic AG-DVX100s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Krumlauf View Post
    Nobody else has pics of their scarlet rig???
    When the Scarlet first came out, there was a ton of pics in RU.
    Of late I would have to dig up some past productions I was on.
    Ill see if I can dig some and post here.
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    Another one of Scratch getting ready for an Opera concert with the ZE Zeiss 15mm f/2.8.

    Patrick Webb,
    Director of Photography
    Heapsgood Productions, Norway.
    (www.Heapsgood.no)
    EPIC-X #06833 "Monsta" & SCARLET-X #01773 "Scratch"
    Carl Zeiss, Voigtänder & Russian glass
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