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    Mike, no disrespect, but the immense self control...

    Mike, no disrespect, but the immense self control I've excised with you and your trolling to not delete you from this site (and a couple other sites) entirely hopefully explains to you why I'm...
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    Matthew is correct over at Duclos, but ever lens...

    Matthew is correct over at Duclos, but ever lens is truly suspect to copy variation unfortunately. Some will exhibit it, some not, even at this price point due to the complicated aspherical elements...
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    This was posted here on the forums. I just...

    This was posted here on the forums. I just posted Graeme's, an actual employee at RED, explanation to that topic about REDCODE RAW from 2012.

    Reread this post on the previous page slowly.
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    It is very likely a math thing related to the...

    It is very likely a math thing related to the lowest possible REDCODE RAW Compression Ratio and maximum data rate being out of bounds in regards to the overhead.

    Taking Dragon 6K FF into account,...
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    Dude, I've already explained this.... And I'm...

    Dude, I've already explained this.... And I'm tired of explaining things multiple times. One more effort here.

    Your Dragon 6K FF via a DSMC1 Epic body tops out at 200MB/s and the OG reader is...
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    Again, part of the equation was making smaller...

    Again, part of the equation was making smaller media and there was no reason to stay with the dated and eventually discontinued 1.8" form factor of the base media. While nobody is talking about the...
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    Because the new "reader" is SATA 3, was...

    Because the new "reader" is SATA 3, was standardized and developed later, and allowed for higher bandwidth output than the previous generation SATA 2.X?

    Because the new media SATA 3 vs. 2.X...
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    Sigh. Divisive behavior among a community of...

    Sigh. Divisive behavior among a community of professionals heavily invested in equipment who agree or disagree with RED's offerings. But call it people what you will. I mean a fair bit of us here...
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    It's nice to remember that isn't it? The...

    It's nice to remember that isn't it?

    The initial push to MINI-MAGs was to have access to media that was about 30% faster compared to the previous cards and "50% smaller" form factor was part of...
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    You should specify if this is the FL or FD 55 as...

    You should specify if this is the FL or FD 55 as they are actually different.
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    Just to summarize what this lengthy thread has...

    Just to summarize what this lengthy thread has been covering as Thomas Guide clearly has led people on a zig zaggy fun ride.

    - Jinnimag and discussion of if or if not they are infringing on IP
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    No. The form factor is only one part of the...

    No. The form factor is only one part of the equation. The older Toshiba MSATA drives that were in REDMAG 1.8" were slower and larger. Part of the efforts with what led up to DSMC2 was clearly to...
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    http://www.phfx.com/temp/phfx_RED_cfast.jpg ...

    http://www.phfx.com/temp/phfx_RED_cfast.jpg

    Also, just to help the sharks in the water understand some expanded concepts, CFAST wasn't deployed properly in mass until 2015/2016, about one year...
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    The interface in the RED ecosystem was always...

    The interface in the RED ecosystem was always proprietary in nature as to the connector and slot design, what changed is the media form factor and data rates as well as what exactly is/was in there....
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    It's almost as if as time progresses, so did...

    It's almost as if as time progresses, so did technology.

    Could be them old fangled 2009/2010 larger 1.8" MSATA SSDs in the REDMAGs topped out at 180MB/s (SATA 2.6 for those who remember the last...
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    There are 4X M4 bolts that you must screw into...

    There are 4X M4 bolts that you must screw into the camera brain which is how all DSMC2 modules attach.
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    Hi John, saw these in the Otus thread a second...

    Hi John, saw these in the Otus thread a second ago too, but I'll answer here while I grab some coffee.

    So what's going on here is something in the scene at a very specific spot being magnified...
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    I appreciate that sentiment and approach, so if...

    I appreciate that sentiment and approach, so if you want my POV (hell you guys don't really want it)

    Not saying it's a bad idea, but with proper write and media health checks it's a minimal...
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    Thanks Mike for that. And based on the tone of...

    Thanks Mike for that. And based on the tone of that goad, I no longer feel the urge to reply to you as my patience has been exhausted. And boy did I try. I don't demand much, but the second a...
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    It's not really defending RED's side when...

    It's not really defending RED's side when comparing to Arri, Sony, etc. It's more about market presence and response to competition. If your main competition's media is already more expensive and...
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    Just to expand on that whole pricing structure...

    Just to expand on that whole pricing structure thing by volume/storage capacity.

    ARRI's option for the Codex 1TB SXR = around $5.3K (I should mention they list it at 1 TB with 960 GB usable just...
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    Happy to *cough* discuss actual topics than ward...

    Happy to *cough* discuss actual topics than ward of accusations Mike.


    Thoughts on 3rd Party Media, Pros and Cons.

    On one hand you open up the ecosystem to a lot of variables that we don't...
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    I'll play it cool, but I will underline that for...

    I'll play it cool, but I will underline that for at least 3 people in this thread, REDuser is a real name forum. We ban that offense pretty regularly because frankly a whole lot of crazy goes and...
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    The quality of the RED media is not in question,...

    The quality of the RED media is not in question, if so, it's only by people making it about that. Though there will always be failures due to a host of variables, part of the reason RED has even...
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    WO or often known and thrown around between...

    WO or often known and thrown around between fellow lensaholics means "Wide Open" or performance at maximum aperture. i.e. how a lens performs at f/1.4 or T1.5 or whatever.

    I'll let you use your...
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