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  1. #1 NAB'19 -- where's RED or where's still RED ONE when NAB'19 is out there? 
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    Does 2018 couple to RED ONE make any sense in a movie practically shot on superb low light photography?



    Shot on RED ONE Camera (Mysterium-X if my eye serves to its signature) with Kowa Anamorphic Lenses.
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    The Red One was never bad in low lighting. People are just getting spoiled and want more, nothing wrong with that.
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    Interesting. Especially considering the first was shot on film and was released the year the original Red One started to make its way to the masses. The Strangers: Prey at Night seems to get a wide spectrum of reviews. From those calling it the worst horror film ever made to those saying it's a pretty decent horror film with some clever character development. The fact that it is shot on Red One makes me want to have a look (out of nostalgia and also to see what the Kowa anamorphic look like on the R1).
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    In fact, Steve : ) Here's another discussion on topic: https://www.eoshd.com/comments/topic...-is-out-there/
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    Interesting that the other camera mentioned there on that thread is the Pocket Cinema Camera which I also own. Some great info on the film Cosmos here.
    https://reeldealfilmschool.wordpress.com/cosmos/

    I also own that 28mm Super Tak lens. Never thought to try it with speed booster and a wide angle adapter. Hmm...
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