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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard;the 1234190
    There is no question that the Dragon upgrade has weighed down our engineering department. Many have now been deployed on new projects.

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    Coming up with the next revolutionary advancement in cinematic history no doubt. I can't wait to see what you guys come up with next. Until then, I'll be playing with my favorite toy and learning something new every day.
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    Jim, I suspect this is going to be a major step forward in the evolution of the RED brand and I congratulate you and your team for persevering. I'm looking forward to having a play with some of the R3Ds you release, although part of me fears that I may want to get my hands on a camera once I do.

    Hopefully you will all be opening a fine bottle of champagne soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    There is no question that the Dragon upgrade has weighed down our engineering department. Many have now been deployed on new projects.

    Jim
    WOW. Scary thought....
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    And the Dragon speaks, "Everything will change."
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    Does this mean the 6x4.5 is next? Huh? Huh?
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    Fantastic, hehe, remember to get a cool vacation in the end! :)
    Me and my partner just resigned from working at Mad Max as VFX artists. Humble Plan: Create movies with Epics that chance the world - visually poetic with stories that matter. Your fantastic cameras was a big reason why we dared to take this step. So thanks once again, can't wait to dedicate 150% of our lives to our Epic plans! To celebrate we are going to a occluded beach in Thailand where we will edit our first movie, 14TB of lovely Red material. Why not edit in style I say?
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    Well done big man, you brought and changed a lot in recent years, your Red team did a crazy job.
    Red One and Epic are the result of hard work.
    I am convinced that there will be Dragon 'as much fun.
    I can not wait to push the red button on and see 6k on the screen;).


    Congratulations again Jim, Jarred, and the whole team Red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    There is no question that the Dragon upgrade has weighed down our engineering department. Many have now been deployed on new projects.

    Jim
    You do realize you are scaring the bejesus out of your competitors by writing stuff like that?

    I'm enjoying the hell out of this. Hahaha. Get 'em, Jim!
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    Complaining about the EPIC is like kvetching about a space elevator, when everyone else is flying kites at Kitty Hawk.
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    I love hearing good news like this!

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