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    https://www.red.com/DSMC2-Production-Module-V-Lock


    $4750


    CONNECTORS
    2x 3G-SDI outputs (75 Ω BNC), 60 Hz max frame rate
    Monitor output (75 Ω BNC), 60 Hz max frame rate
    2x 24V Aux Power / Remote Start/Stop Outputs (3-Pin Fischer), 2.5A Shared
    Aux Power Output (2-Pin 0B LEMO), 3.0A
    Aux Power Output (2-Pin P-Tap), 3.0A
    DC IN (6-Pin 1B LEMO socket)
    2x Balanced Audio inputs (3-Pin, full size XLR female)
    Stereo Headphone output (3.5 mm jack)
    Timecode input/output (5-Pin 0B LEMO)
    Genlock input (75 Ω BNC)
    Gigabit Ethernet input/output (9-Pin 0B LEMO)
    CTRL (Tally OUT / RS-232 Rx and Tx) (4-Pin 00 LEMO)
    USB Power output (Type A socket), 1.5A

    AUTO BOOT ON POWER
    2-position slider switch

    AUDIO
    2 channel, uncompressed, 24-bit, 48 KHz
    Input Formats: Balanced Line, Balanced Mic (w/o Phantom Power), Balanced Mic (w/ 48 V Phantom Power)

    Shipping mid-January. AB version in the works for later in 2019.

    Also available in a bundle with a new top handle and top plate.

    https://www.red.com/DSMC2-Production-Kit-V-Lock
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    very cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer Weaver View Post
    Curious though... you state the price here is $3750. I love that price. The website price says "$4,750.00" though.
    Because I fatfingered the price when I sent it to Jarred, my bad.... True price is the $4750.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent@RED View Post
    Because I fatfingered the price when I sent it to Jarred, my bad.... True price is the $4750.
    Ha ha, You owe me one Brent! You know Jarrad always outweighs whatever the website says! ;)

    Oh, and it's probably too late with wherever you're at with production, but it sure would be awesome if the unit has just even a few strategically placed 1/4-20 taps on the top for adding accessories or top plates. Is there must be a reason it doesn't have them?

    I suppose that's where we'll all be putting a velcro landing strip otherwise...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer Weaver View Post
    Oh, and it's probably too late with wherever you're at with production, but it sure would be awesome if the unit has just even a few strategically placed 1/4-20 taps on the top for adding accessories or top plates. Is there must be a reason it doesn't have them?

    I suppose that's where we'll all be putting a velcro landing strip otherwise...
    Because adding 1/4-20s to the top of the module can pull apart the module connector from the brain if you put too much weight on it.
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    I'm on a roll this morning, but I guess I better postpone the sale of my V-Lock Battery stock :)
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    Ok last one hehe...

    Jarred can you share a pic of this bad boy set up with the Teradek DSMC2 Bolt? That is the route I'll be going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Because adding 1/4-20s to the top of the module can pull apart the module connector from the brain if you put too much weight on it.
    Yeah, so by the time you hang a ~140wh size battery off the back (plus have a teredek sandwiched in there) I suppose you can't put much more weight on it. I would have thought adding riggid support on the top (or bottom) would help with this... but I guess Brent says it messes with the electrical connections. hmm.

    So, if a manufacture made a top plate that was longer than the brain it would still work... but it would have to cantalever over the open space of the module and not be screwed into the module itself. Is that your thought? Because that seems totally viable to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer Weaver View Post
    Yeah, so by the time you hang a ~140wh size battery off the back (plus have a teredek sandwiched in there) I suppose you can't put much more weight on it. I would have thought adding riggid support on the top (or bottom) would help with this... but I guess Brent says it messes with the electrical connections. hmm.

    So, if a manufacture made a top plate that was longer than the brain it would still work... but it would have to cantalever over the open space of the module and not be screwed into the module itself. Is that your thought? Because that seems totally viable to me.
    Yes but it would have to be beefed up in thickness so not to band and transfer any weight under on to the actual Module.
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    Is the monitor SDI a whole new feed, or does it borrow from the HDMI?

    I'd want to be able to run the EVF and LCD on the body, and still get two further independent outputs at the back.
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