Have been doing some TVC pool stuff with my Deep Epic but this was the first real open ocean test footage. Quick and dirty cut, conditions weren't great, vis on the wreck was 5-7m, Fish Rock was better at 15m vis but the depth was reasonably deep at about 30m. I am going to sound like every other guy with a Red but the vimeo thing just doesn't do it justice. I watched it on a 2K projector and it looked flippin awesome..... and that is at half res.
Hey Jon, Looking good.
Here is Mike Seymore's interview and some more of your footage shot with DeepX in Tassie
We should do some diving together when I come back from Hollywood. Should be good fun.
Thanks Jon will give the tape a try for the Redmote. Cheers James
I'm looking for recommendations for the best SPLASH BAG-LENS CLEANING (AIR OR SPINNING DISK) systems for the Epic-X. They will be filming on watersides, or generally in areas at a water park were they might inadvertently get splashed. The camera will never be submerged (intentionally). We've used air based systems in the past, and they've worked fine, but the hassle of air tank recharging and the general added weight/bulk of the tanks is an issue. If there was a bag with a spinning disk based system that could run via P-Tap right off the camera, that would be awesome. basically looking for light-weight, moderate protection bag to work in an interior/exterior watermark environment.
Yes, I've used hydroflex many, many times. Their rigs are fine, but I'm wondering if there's anything out there that's built Epic-specific.
I had a great pleasure to meet John J Ellerbrock who kindly came to Cine Gear to welcome me in Hollywood.
Picture of me and John having a good chat.
Also, the first picture of 3Deep, which is having tremendous reception at the show.
Also, Ted and Brian from RED came by to say hello - very excited about the DeepX and 3Deep housings.
I'm meeting Bob Cranston on Monday.
I'm having a great time here in Hollywood.
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