Here are a couple of shots of the Los Angeles skyline. Not putting these out for hard-core tech analysis -- just thought some might enjoy seeing them. The camera is amazing. Both shots used the Red 18-50 zoom.
http://cordellproductions.com/RED/moon to city.mov (16MB, QuickTime h.264 2048x1024)
http://cordellproductions.com/RED/plane and blimp.mov (26MB, QuickTime h.264 2048x1024)
Here's something interesting: in "moon to city" there's a very visible smudge near the center of the frame. That's what a (largish) piece of dust on the OLPF looks like. It got there during a lens change. Worried me at first, but it was trivial to blow it off with a hand-bulb air blower. Once I saw it on the footage, it was very easy to spot on the monitor or LCD just by panning on a solid field. I think I'll make a habit of doing that after each lens change.