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    They don't make em like they used to.

    I will still hope for hydrogen 2, as I type this on#343.

    I will still use my Red until DSMC3.

    You have always been kind and patient in person.

    You are the Master.
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    Jim,

    You bottled magic in a box.
    Shooting on RED for all these years has been a dream come true and I'm honored every time I power one of our cams on. I live the life I love because of your vision.
    Wishing you health and happiness as you retire and move on to even bigger things.

    - a RED fanboy
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    Dear Jim,

    “Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration.” - Thomas Edison.

    To think that first email you sent me in 2005 was the beginning of essentially making analog film a thing of the past. Thank you for teaching me there should be no limits to your dreams.

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    Jim - for the dream and for delivering it.

    Jarred - for continuing to keep that dream alive!

    Jim - all the best, be well and enjoy.

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    So glad I came across, by chance, the announcement of the start of the RED One development (camera in wooden box) and got involved.

    It has been an exhilarating experience, following the progress, learning from the RED Team and seeing the achievements of many talented RED Users.

    Thanks for taking this on Jim. You must be very proud.

    Wishing you all the best.

    Terry
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    I literally was talking to a friend who was a sound tech on the phone while I was on location in the middle of a shoot, while he was standing in front of the RED booth at NAB and asked him to hand the phone to the person at the table so I could put down a deposit for my RED ONE. That friend called me crazy and said your nutz for doing this... he is still a very good friend.
    I didn't really know you Jim then, and nearly knew much about Oakley, I still only have met Jim a few times in passing at RED functions. But I can say that your influence on me and my career can't be measured in any way.
    Thank you Jim for being the maverick you are and dragging, kicking and screaming the rest of the camera companies in to the world of 4K and beyond. I love your work and the way you do it.
    And thank you from the bottom of my heart for changing my life and ultimately my families lives for the better.
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    Job well done with being a game changer in the industry.
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    I remember having a conversation with Jim on Reduser at three in the morning about left-handed smoke shifters in Boy Scouts. Jim, you're one of a kind! Enjoy your retirement to the max!
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    I am genuinely sorry that your new challenge is an involuntary one. No doubt you will meet it as all others which came before. Eventually all dynamos have to slow down to a reduced pace so the heat of endeavour can dissipate to a new balance. While you are adjusting to a new equilibrium, if you feel like a good read, look for the English-translated autobiography of Rene Founier. He is a man of the previous generation to your own but very much on the same page. ( https://www.pilotweb.aero/gear/book-...nier-1-4871044 ). It is a mixed blessing being 70+. Travel well and may your backside remain agile and pointed many enjoyable hours of the day towards the antipodes as is my own towards your side of the ditch ( Pacific Ocean ). ( A rather crude Aussie tribute towards being in reasonable health ).
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    Dear Jim,
    all the very best, stay healthy , happy and enjoy now 24 hours your family, wife, children and all your lovely grandchildren. Love stays forever.

    Thank you!

    Marc
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