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  3. #2303 Komodo Specs (as of 11/16/2019) 
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    Been a hot minute, but we're over 2300 posts in this thread and much more Komodo info has dropped since my last details roundup. Plus I've held it in my hands at this point, which is a good thing.

    So, here's a quick breakdown of what we know so far.

    Komodo Specs (as of 11/16/2019):
    - What's Komodo? A RED Compact Utility Camera in a small Cube-Cam form factor ready to pickup and shoot. Just add batteries, lens, media, and likely a display.
    - Sensor Technology = New 6K Sensor that features Global Shutter and Rolling Shutter Modes as well as Phase Detect Auto Focus
    - Max FPS = 6K FF @ 40fps, 6K WS @50fps. We can guestimate at 5K and 4K fps, but fps might change as they refine things ever so so slightly
    - Anamorphic Support = Appears so
    - Codec Support = Internal Compressed RAW = REDCODE RAW, unknown if other codecs are supported as of now
    - Lens Mount = Integrated Canon RF Mount (easy to adapt to nearly anything)
    - Media Type = CFast 2.0 (body features a media slot compartment w/ door)
    - Power Options = Dual Slot Canon BP Style Batteries (various capacities) w/ hot swap and ability to run off one battery + DC IN (LEMO) - Lower Power Draw than DSMC2 for sure
    - Camera Control = Integrated Touch Screen, On Camera Buttons, Some sort of Smartphone Interface, WiFi Control, EXT Port
    - Monitoring = Top Side Pogo Cableless Display Tech, 4K 6G or 12G SDI Out
    - Audio = Mic In 3.5mm jack, Headphone Jack, Internal Scratch Mic
    - Camera Cooling = It appears there's an internal heat sink and fan w/ vent
    - Form Factor = < 4x4x4" and built like a tank IMO
    - Body Weight = < 2lbs
    - Body Contruction = Appears to be Magnesium/Aluminum Alloy
    - Buttons/Indicators = On/Off Switch, Power/Status Indicator, Record Button, Tally Light, Menu, Menu Selection Up/Down, Funtion Set, Playback (probably toggle), 2X Eject Buttons for Batteries, Media Compartment Open
    - Wireless Camera Inteface/Control = WiFi w/ Antenna
    - Mobile Phone Support = Android and IOS
    - Rigging = 1/4"-20 around Pogo, 4X M4 around front of camera, 1X M3 for focus hook, general base plate form factor of DSMC2-style bodies
    - Price Point = sub $5,000 USD for Hydrogen One Owners, normal MSRP is a mystery for now
    - Camera Release Date = 2020, likely on the earlier side of things
    * Might be available in multiple colors based on Jarred's rather favorable response to your Photoshop'n, no Michael Bay FU Nike Green for you however


    That's the bulk of it that's been released thus far. Certainly key things being left out still, some more obvious than others.

    Most notably things really are the form factor, general integrated accessory mounting and off the shelf support, and the new sensor technology which tackles one of the major issues for cameras that exist in this general space. I'm into the RF Mount as it's easy to adapt to pretty much anything worth getting to.

    Global Shutter is going to be very desirable for handheld, drone, and gimbal work and it appears there's a Rolling Shutter Mode too. No real info on what that means towards FPS or DR, but cameras are still going through testing, poking, prodding, etc. Genlocking multiple bodies w/ Global Shutter = Good news for some applications. Sounds like Graeme is working away late into the evening on Color Science and getting the most out of this new sensor tech.

    My general thoughts haven't changed much since my hands on. Compact Utility Camera that is really good at being put into a variety of tricky conditions. Largest Capacity CFast 2.0 Cards are 1TB these days, which likely means you'll get about 1-2 hours of 6K FF REDCODE RAW on one of those bad boys if I'm guessing right on the Compression Ratios. Might be some really interest ways to expand that recording time btw. Camera Data Rates and Codec Type don't really need more than CFast 2.0 and that media format has been on the market for a good amount of time now and it's pretty easy to discern what good quality media is in that lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yann LHENORET View Post
    I modified the contrast on that pict:
    -I see a "SEL"/"FN" button?
    -And a "Antenna" cover?
    Could you show us the back of the camera? ;-)
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    Good idea for the reality check Phil!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Tresch View Post
    Could you show us the back of the camera? ;-)
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    Do we know if the sensor is 4:3? (or rather, is it confirmed DCI/16:9?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike P. View Post
    Do we know if the sensor is 4:3? (or rather, is it confirmed DCI/16:9?)
    Great question.

    Also be great to know if it can do 50fps at 5K all formats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Komodo has advantages over our other cameras, price, size, weight, things the sensor does, etc. but it's also limited compared to our other cameras in things like frame rates, inputs and outputs, modularity, etc.
    How about compression rates? I'm imagining that will be limited as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by emil_h View Post
    How about compression rates? I'm imagining that will be limited as well?
    I doubt it. I have to imagine it can do 5:1
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