10 seconds is fine for Film & TV work.
Will any of the Epic battery modules allow for a hot swap?
Will the Epic's TOD clock stay jam synced when powered down?
Yes, the rear battery module allows for hot swap operation.
So for example, if you were using REDVOLT XL batteries..
Camera is powered from battery 1, when camera switches over to battery 2, swap 1 for 3 ....etc
How long are the REDVOLT and REDVOLT XL batts good for?
aaaah! what?! i guess i'll have to switch to the other Flutting RAW 5k digital cinema camera that has a bootup time under 10 seconds.
That's not acceptable.....unless the Epic ships by June
Seriously, I don't think it is such a big deal. Hot swap and low power consumption are welcome improvements.
30 sec is good for me , as long as it will be out in June
hmmm what can be done in 10 secs??? get a soda? Think about our place in the universe? talk to the crew and tell ask them if everybody is ready to roll?? check everybody is on point?? ask the actors how they are feeling!! Ect Ect...
My (relatively) new Telstra mobile phone takes 35 seconds to boot up and it takes 95 seconds before I can actually access phonebook entries.
if your camera isn't rolling 15 sec before you need to shoot there's something wrong anyway, no matter what genre you're shooting.
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