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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Carlson View Post
    Would Epic-W hit the same score as Helium Weapon? Different data rates...etc?
    In terms of pure Helium sensor performance with things like Dynamic Range, Color, and general resolving power: yes. Compression ratios can effect fine detail, but overall you are getting the same goodness from the sensor.


    Quote Originally Posted by Blair S. Paulsen View Post
    OLPF doesn't "correct" rolling shutter, it just softens the edge of vertical high contrast transitions that can "give away" rolling shutter artifacts.

    Mike is spot on that compression we might not notice in motion content can hit stills pretty hard. Would be interesting to compare 3:1 to 5:1 to 8:1 to see what the differences are.

    Cheers - #19
    I just shot an 8K timelapse at 2:1 and it's freaking unreal, but of course a fairly chunky data rate.


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    A documentary film about RED's manufacturing process would be awesome to watch!!
    While entertaining and likely informative, as a private company constantly working on the future this would be utterly harmful to let competitors in on the chaos.
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    2X RED Monstro 8K VV Bodies and a lot of things to use with them.

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    No surprise.

    Congratulations.
    An explorer explores new ideas and things, but somebody stuck in mud, complains.
    - But the explorer complains about how much better the territory he has discovered is instead.

    -Since when has denying that the possible is possible been reason? Such is the life of some skepticism.
    -Normalcy involves what is realistically possible, not just what you say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Saxon View Post
    I'm just fascinated by how this is even possible. How does Red finance the R&D to build custom sensors superior to Sony's? Even Canon can't do that, and nobody else even *tries*, including companies way way bigger than Red.
    A sensor manufacturer with an old cross licensing agreement with Sony, that must represent one of the biggest patent pools in the industry, to build upon?
    An explorer explores new ideas and things, but somebody stuck in mud, complains.
    - But the explorer complains about how much better the territory he has discovered is instead.

    -Since when has denying that the possible is possible been reason? Such is the life of some skepticism.
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    Given the quality of the color rendering I would think of Teledyne DALSA sensors. Without certainty!
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    Everybody knows that Jim hand-makes RED sensors in his lab.
    The reason the VV sensors are so rare is because he's been in Fiji a bunch these days for some much deserved rest and relaxation.
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    Does he uses he s big rubber business stamp to make them Chris?
    An explorer explores new ideas and things, but somebody stuck in mud, complains.
    - But the explorer complains about how much better the territory he has discovered is instead.

    -Since when has denying that the possible is possible been reason? Such is the life of some skepticism.
    -Normalcy involves what is realistically possible, not just what you say.
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