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    The adapter enables you to put modules on the...

    The adapter enables you to put modules on the back of the brain.
  2. Check Xinegear in Berlin / Germany (Former RED...

    Check Xinegear in Berlin / Germany (Former RED Germany). Those guys are very fair and know what they do. Probably easier with shipping and customs. Good luck!
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    Remember, you also have the option to run a 1200W...

    Remember, you also have the option to run a 1200W bulb in an M18 if supply is tight.
  4. Thread: DSMC OLPFs

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    Try Alfred Jaax at www.xinegear.com (former RED...

    Try Alfred Jaax at www.xinegear.com (former RED Germany). He might have one.
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    Sure, I thought the shades in the clip are quite...

    Sure, I thought the shades in the clip are quite revealing, we used gelled frames to get an even reflection in the glass. These also work as fill light for the single point source used as key light....
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    There have been different configurations for the...

    There have been different configurations for the RED sync port, even some changes within the DSMC2 line with different modules. Some information can be found here:...
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    Thank you for your feedback :-) @Vince, we...

    Thank you for your feedback :-) @Vince, we exported tifs and did a little retouch ourselves, not a lot though. There's also a little compilation of moving images as a teaser:
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    Paul, did you try to push the sidehandle towards...

    Paul, did you try to push the sidehandle towards the brain when trying to loose the screw? This always worked for me.
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    What Nick said. I would go so far to say a fesnel...

    What Nick said. I would go so far to say a fesnel is also much better when going through a frame. Its light fall off is very specific. Be prepared to have SIGNIFICANT less light output than from a...
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    I love it, thanks for sharing!

    I love it, thanks for sharing!
  11. Take a look at "the rag place". They offer a wide...

    Take a look at "the rag place". They offer a wide range of different stuff. I found some nice gems there. Regarding the use of other material (like the mentioned shower curtains) you should be aware...
  12. Your requirements sound like a Briese or...

    Your requirements sound like a Briese or knock-off parabolic reflector to me, on the heavier side a chimera daylight senior plus is an excellent light also, key is the extra depth that makes the...
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    Jon, I tend to shoot low compression all the...

    Jon, I tend to shoot low compression all the time, not sure if it is really neccessary though. If my mind serves me well it was 25fps.
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    Jon, sure. Glad you like it. These are all normal...

    Jon, sure. Glad you like it. These are all normal horizontals, cropped. Shot at 8K 2:1, 5000K, lens were Sony Cine Alta primes somewhere around f8. Cheers!
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    Beauty Shots with Shades

    Unfortunately it´s not very busy here so this is our new series of beauty images with shades. This time extracted from Helium. Whole story here:...
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    [(RED) WTB] Looking for a R-90

    Looking for a R-90, anyone?

    Cheers, Ulf
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    Ha, funny. That was my first digital back, too....

    Ha, funny. That was my first digital back, too. If you still have a LF camera lying around it would probably be the easiest way to just bolt a pice of aluminium sized for the lens mount of the brain...
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    Martin, with REDs lens mount system it should be...

    Martin, with REDs lens mount system it should be quite easy to adapt the brain to a LF camera. The problem I see is that the sensor is small and located deep inside, both will be very limiting for...
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    Yes, big tungstens are safe for high speed. From...

    Yes, big tungstens are safe for high speed. From 2K@110V or 5K@220V up the filament is easily thick and strong enough that it wont show any flicker. Some folks DC power smaller units. Actually...
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    In case anybody is interested, unfortunately...

    In case anybody is interested, unfortunately still the same after the DSMC2 board upgrade.
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    Double Clip names

    Hi, something strange happened yesterday: Shot the whole day and suddenly my camera started to number my clips with numbers that had already been recorded. I had H001-C001 up to H001-C046 in correct...
  22. [FS: RED Gear] Bump!

    Bump!
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    That's more the huge mirror slap right before the...

    That's more the huge mirror slap right before the shutter. I still use the RZ with digital back and I love the glass, nice clip!
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    Again - I just forgot to set date and time before...

    Again - I just forgot to set date and time before a shoot on Saturday after the camera has not been used for a couple of days. Is this issue solved with the DSMC2 line? This is really annoying...
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    Any feedback if the new DSMC2 body will still...

    Any feedback if the new DSMC2 body will still have the same annoying clock battery issue?
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