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  1. #1 1st Komodo footage 
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    this is from the 1st day out at the beach testing Komodo.

    ~Komodo 5k @ 48 fps, 5700k, medium contrast / very soft rolloff. Late afternoon sun.

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    Looks really great! Thanks so much for sharing some footage!
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    What lens did you use?

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    DUH! In the damg titles....lOL

    I had 2 watch the footage on actual youtube for full screen to actually appreciate. I'm liking what I see so far and waiting for more footage to view. Thanks for this!! Big props!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamil Stubbs View Post
    What lens did you use?

    PS..
    DUH! In the damg titles....lOL

    I had 2 watch the footage on actual youtube for full screen to actually appreciate. I'm liking what I see so far and waiting for more footage to view. Thanks for this!! Big props!!
    Damn compression on YouTube just kills footage, I hate it !!!
    The few people who put R3d's on their dropbox had them crashed, . I've got projects going I need it for so I can't risk it.

    I'll have more to post in a few days.

    Lens used was Sigma 18-35, mostly shot around 2.8ish.

    Cheers,

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    Looks Great, definitely in a class of its own in the price range.
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    footage looks great! did you shoot at 6K 17:9 HQ?
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    Create a BitTorrent link for large footage so the more people that download it, the faster it gets.
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    It looks great.
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    Hi Curtis, i've seen during the Q&A that you liked how it felt handheld, i wonder if you could tell us more about how your rigged it and how you felt shooting the footage ?

    It was really this kind of footage i was waiting for.

    Thank you.
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    Curtis, did you use any ND/VND in front or behind the lens?
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