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Old 02-11-2012, 07:33 PM   #31
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"Sorry. This video does not exist."
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Old 02-11-2012, 11:02 PM   #32
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Glad you got the link fixed. Looks nice - very Philip Bloom-ish...

2 points:

1: I still don't see a shot in there that could not have been done on the Scarlet...

2: Once again - this thread is about Scarlet vs RED ONE...

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Old 02-12-2012, 01:30 PM   #33
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I agree that slo-mo / time-lapse isnt the reason to pick scarlet/one...

I believe these are the important points:

1) R1 is at end of line. Dragon sensor should be out at some point in the near future, and will be available as an upgrade for scarlet. It's only rumors so far, but we're guessing higher DR / better resolution.

2) Canon mount. You can autofocus, set aperture, etc, on canon lenses (don't care if you use PL lenses though)

3) form factor/weight. Scarlet is a much nicer/compact camera, and is modular, so you only need to attach what you need.

4) HDRx.

5) ability to use most components with the epic should you ever choose to upgrade.. (only need to buy the epic brain).

Having said that, as most people already mentioned, the price of an R1 is much much lower than a fully kitted scarlet (especially if you include media and batteries)... However, given the choice today, if I could afford either one for narrative film (without the need for slo-mo), I'd definitely go with the scarlet (just keep in mind, the scarlet isn't really $10k, or $15k... once you actually start kitting it out with media and batteries and rail system... it will run you about $20k.
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Old 02-12-2012, 06:06 PM   #34
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Please read my first post on the page 1 - time-lapse is certainly not the only reason by all means. I have listed the key reasons in the first post. But all other things considered - Scarlet's time-lapse abilities could be a deciding factor for some and it is one of the differences between the Scarlet and RED ONE - which is what this thread is all about...

Regarding Canon mount - there are smart Canon mounts for the RED ONE as well and some of the used R1 are selling with it. For example the Birger mount has even wireles remote for focus and aperture. Just something to keep in mind as well...

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