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Posts Tagged ‘RED camera’

Red Scarlet-X

In Equipment and Technique, Updates on December 14, 2011 at 7:59 pm

I am excited to announce that I have ordered, and am awaiting delivery of a Red Scarlet-X camera.  I am hoping to have the camera in hand early in the new year, but will be updating the blog when the dates are set.  Currently, I am looking at several possible lens packages to accompany the new camera, and will pass on more information when available.

If you have questions about the camera, what it can do for your production, workflows, etc. please feel free to contact me.

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Fall 2011 Update

In Updates on October 19, 2011 at 11:50 pm

My October 2011 Update is online and just waiting for you to check it out here.

Summer 2011 Update

In Updates on July 14, 2011 at 12:45 am

I have just posted my Summer 2011 DoP Update.  Please take a moment to view it here.  Or, simply visit my website to see what’s new.

Spring 2011 Update

In Updates on May 12, 2011 at 12:28 am

I have just posted my Spring 2011 DoP Update.  Please take a moment to view it here.  Or, simply visit my website to see what’s new.

Thanks to MATRIX for the F3 demo

In Updates on December 16, 2010 at 7:15 am

I had the opportunity to get my hands on the new Sony F3 this afternoon at a demo sponsored and hosted by MATRIX and Sony.  I just wanted to say a hardy thanks to everyone for putting on the event.

The camera is a nice hybrid of the successful EX-1 and 3 cameras ease of use and design layout with a new larger (super 35) sized chip and PL mount capabilities that brings the camera into the same league as RED.  This is they type of camera I’ve been hoping Sony would produce since working with the EX-3 and being impressed with the image quality.

I fear people call this camera a “game changer”.  I think that would be going too far.  This camera puts another high quality, reasonably priced cinema style camera into a filmmaker’s hands, and is a direct competitor with the RED camera, but it is not blazing new trails.  This doesn’t mean that it isn’t welcome (it certainly is).  I would expect this camera to make a significant impact in the very near future.