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    Lots of RED gear achieving impossible shots.

    https://youtu.be/62B5C-j10_o
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    Oh wow!
    It is impressive, no matter what camera it was shot on. Excellent work, and thank you for the link!
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    Great looking show. Very nice work on this.
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    Thanks for posting this Michael. Been a while since I've read a post from you.
    Always good to hear from an old school REDuser.

    That video illustrates the huge leap in film tech developed in the last 10 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Timmons View Post
    Thanks for posting this Michael. Been a while since I've read a post from you.
    Always good to hear from an old school REDuser.

    That video illustrates the huge leap in film tech developed in the last 10 years.

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    Thanks Brian. Itís come a long way since Red One hasnít it!

    Hope you are well.
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    Amazing work and insane to see what they carry to the "wild". Especially with no socet in reachable range to charge batterys. A lot of discussion with "outdoor" guys who have strong prejudice to everything heavier than a Sony A7 series camera. Thanks for sharing. That makes me feel home again. great to see that there are more nerds like me who carry a motion controlled jib to other locations than a dust free studio.
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    Wow! Very inspiring. What fabulous work. Kudos!
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    I love that lens used with the frogs.
    Thanks for the link, I've waiting for a break in life to enjoy that doc.
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    That was a nice post. Enjoyed every bit of it, Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Santiago View Post
    I love that lens used with the frogs.
    Thanks for the link, I've waiting for a break in life to enjoy that doc.
    Just finished all episodes. Itís the most amazing nature documentary Iíve ever seen. Iím still not quite sure how they achieved many of the shots (like inside the rolling acorn).
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