I appreciate your commitment to your customers. I've also known that being an early adopter meant that we would be the ones testing the workflow and dealing with early issues. I'm a beta tester, and have been for years, and I don't mind getting a product while it's still in the works. I know that's probably not the case with most of your customers. I was really getting ramped up to work with the camera in November. Too bad you don't have a beta program. I'd take mine as they are now if it meant I could begin testing in November.
What,s a few more weeks people? In the end we,ll all have our cameras and be eternally gratefully to Jim and the RED team for doing everything they do. AND- if it wasn't for them who knows how long we would have had to wait for a camera like this.
take a deep breath guys...I ordered mine on the first day of NAB 2006. I am just as sad as everyone, but honestly do you think Jim and Co. are doing this on purpose? They are acting in our best interests...cut them some slack. I was really looking forward to my camera next week, but I'll get over it (after I finish yelling at my kids).
Once we get our cameras we will forget all about the delays.
Cool. It's good to know the schedule. Thanks, Jim, for your openness. Now I can go home for thanksgiving!
If you're going to ride a rocket, there's bound to be some Ups & Downs.
No one likes delays, But clearly Team Red is working to make the Impossible... Possible, Everyday. So....
Thanks guy's for all your Hard work.
Let's all remember our character is defined not by our successes, but rather how we handle our challenges.
Go Team Red.
Those who complain bitterly about their order number being shipped later should take personal responsibility for their plight. If you wanted your camera earlier, you should have ordered earlier. Next time, ORDER RESPONSIBLY!
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