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    This forum-section has way too much threads that go into the direction "i've bought a scarlet but i want more, for free, right now". You know what i mean. ;) But Scarlet-X is a phantastic camera and it's time to showcase that a bit more often. So, i've taken Gunleik's great thread as inspiration and created this one. But unlike Gunleik's thread this is meant for everyone.Let's use it all together to post various still frames, links to your work and whatnot. Bring on the Scarlet eye-candy!

    I'll start with a few frames from my very first, a bit more serious, test-shoot. Please be gentle, they're not the best, i was quite new to the whole thing. And on top of that, i had just one lens and the basic-kit (2 REDVOLTs, 1 64GB Mag), not even a tripod. ;) I did not expect to get any good footage, but afterwards i was a bit surprised here and there. This day somehow assured me, that this is what i want to do and that my move to get a professional camera and sacrificing a lot for it was right



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    Great idea. Go for it!
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    Great thread. Good to balance it all a bit, so much complains about scarlet footage...

    So my contribution to this is a little guessing game.


    What shots where shot on epic and which shots where shot on Scarlet. Both cameras where using Anamorphic Hawk-C, Epic in 5k ANA and scarlet in Full 4K... A hint is that there is about 50/50 from each camera...

    To me epic and scarlet can be intercut no problem and colors are all identical. Offcourse there is a slight difference in sensor size but that is really not much so for normal frame rates and bellow scarlet kicks ass..

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    Great idea for a thread, although as I pimp out my stuff in every other thread I'll just enjoy the work of others in this one :)
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    wow, lovely stuff maik (:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maik Müller View Post
    This forum-section has way too much threads that go into the direction "i've bought a scarlet but i want more, for free, right now". You know what i mean. ;) But Scarlet-X is a phantastic camera and it's time to showcase that a bit more often. So, i've taken Gunleik's great thread as inspiration and created this one. But unlike Gunleik's thread this is meant for everyone.Let's use it all together to post various still frames, links to your work and whatnot. Bring on the Scarlet eye-candy!

    I'll start with a few frames from my very first, a bit more serious, test-shoot. Please be gentle, they're not the best, i was quite new to the whole thing. And on top of that, i had just one lens and the basic-kit (2 REDVOLTs, 1 64GB Mag), not even a tripod. ;) I did not expect to get any good footage, but afterwards i was a bit surprised here and there. This day somehow assured me, that this is what i want to do and that my move to get a professional camera and sacrificing a lot for it was right
    I really like this idea. Ill try and get some stills up today. We have been comparing 3k/4k to 6k on our 4k display and let me say... you shoot the scarlet right and you have nothing to worry about. not saying that the Dragon isn't a step up, but after lots of testing I'm confident to say Scarlet is good enough... for movies for photos, for everything other than slo mo... and well it can hold its own in that regard if your not in need of ridicuslomo.
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    I got a little carried away but these are a few of the first I came across. Ill dig for more

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    Great stuff guys!

    Keep'em good vibes coming!
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