Thread: Is RED ONE MX still viable nowadays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sorin Stefan View Post
    EVA and FS5 with Atomos and kitted are in the Epic scene, at least that's my guess. Another one to consider in this budget scene is KineMINI 4K, which is also Super35 and has a really nice colour science. Don't know much about its software and support is shallow as I've read.
    Panasonic EVA1 is a nice choice, it just got another firmware update too! Really nice.

    But I wouldn't pick the KineMINI 4K, even though I'm a big fan of Kinefinity, instead I'd recommend you buy the newer Kinefinity Terra 4K, much improved over the KineMINI!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sorin Stefan View Post
    Thank you for the info Geran! Well, I've worked with UMP4.6K and didn't enjoy how it handles low light(the curse of the FPN that I couldn't shake from the camera) or the handling of it(the menu is great though). It requires too much work under some situations and wouldn't like to work with that camera unless I have too. Plus have seen it compared to the Pocket 4K it gets beaten in some scenarios. Well now the contenders are Kinfinity KineMINI 4K, Terra 4K and Pocket 4K. The Kine also has slow mo 120fps at 2K, found some kits under $3K with 4K and HiSpeed licence and some kit things. No, I don't have mft lens, only Canon FDs, Contax 35, 50 1.4 and a Meike 35 1.7 on EF. Also had a Tokina 11-16 but sold it to get a 11-20.

    This guy has some nice videos with the Kine.
    If you don't like shooting with the UMP then I could bet money you would hate working with the RED ONE!

    Also, may I ask where did you see a fully loaded KineMINI selling for under $3K??
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    Not fully loaded, but it has the mentioned licenses and extras..here, also Scarlet-X not that expensive.
    Last edited by Sorin Stefan; 02-10-2019 at 08:54 AM.
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