I say we wait for official RED word on this before jumping to any conclusions.
maybe a decision forced by the insurance companys?
so using them as b-cam is maybe ok?
maybe this rumour is wrong?
who knows :)
Is it possible whoever wrote the article didn't really know what they were talking about? They mention problems with a "Tattoo" 3D rig, and going back to regular red cameras, but never mention Epic...so maybe there's a little confusion there, and the problems were with a 3D rig and not the camera itself....if there was a problem I guess it would make more since for the beta test cam to be the issue though.
As others have said, I think if there was a problem it has something to do with the reference to a 3D rig. My issue now is with your line of reasoning that seems to state that because they used the prototype Red One on Che & didn't have to abandon it due to technical problems we're to assume that the prototype Epic must surely work well enough to use on this project. Again, I fail to follow your logic.
Your statement is extremely presumptuous. And if I recall correctly every time the Red Camera or program as a whole has had a "massive failure" or technological setback Jim has come on here and been forthcoming and honest. I have no reason to doubt that at this time.
And for those that make a living with a Red camera, I see no reason why they still can't. MX is amazing from what I've seen and heard.
Lets be honest Epic is so far ahead of the curve in every area, if it didn't come out for another two years it would still be awesome.
Hey what happened to the post It was responding to.
Now I sound like a dusch.
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