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    This is interesting. I own a Monstro and Epic W 8K. I currently use the Epic as my B cam. I am considering trading the Epic for a Gemini and was wondering how well it would cut with the Monstro. Thoughts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robb Fischer View Post
    This is interesting. I own a Monstro and Epic W 8K. I currently use the Epic as my B cam. I am considering trading the Epic for a Gemini and was wondering how well it would cut with the Monstro. Thoughts?
    If you use both for wides and true 4K delivery Gemini would bu quite a bit softer, but if you use Gemini for closeups and tight mids or if your target is 1080P/2K you should be totally fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robb Fischer View Post
    This is interesting. I own a Monstro and Epic W 8K. I currently use the Epic as my B cam. I am considering trading the Epic for a Gemini and was wondering how well it would cut with the Monstro. Thoughts?
    I would keep the Epic W, 8k @ s35 is really something. Not saying Gemini is bad but if you also got a Monstro helium gives more deversity as I see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommaso Alvisi View Post
    If you use both for wides and true 4K delivery Gemini would bu quite a bit softer, but if you use Gemini for closeups and tight mids or if your target is 1080P/2K you should be totally fine.
    What's weird is even though Gemini is 5K is still feels really sharp btw. I have a feeling it would intercut fine.
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    Here are some projects i shot on a RED Gemini with SLR Magic APO Hyperprimes.





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    looks great
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