When trying to translate using these internet tools, I often paste the tool's translation back into the tool and translate back. If the reverse translation makes reasonable sense, it gives some idea whether the translation has got the gist across rather than just a literal word-for-word translation. :ninja:
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Try this translator. :alien:
Who is the blue guy teamed up with RED?
SAR = special administrative region.
SARs should be the plural of SAR (and not the disease).
2- I'm not sure what Stewart (REDHKSC) is trying to say.
It would help if the sentences were to obey basic grammar. The sentence should have a subject, verb, and predicate. A lot of the sentences do not have all three.
3- I don't mean to be condescending.
I think that REDHKSC longs for a free camera?
I also gladly want to declare that no part I constitute of filmmaker's gang.
Please stop to recruit me.
Best cuddles to all,
I'm sure that there will be a great demand for Red in China. With global pressure to curb emissions from their factories, the need to dispense with toxic chemical plants spewing God knows what into the air that will drift into Western North America. (I can't wait to see the Olympic athletes sucking oxygen from tanks just before and after competing in their respective events. However, I doubt the Olympic committee will allow such things to appear in the broadcasts from China, for fear of offending the host country.)
Ironically, China will be Film's last hope (for raw stock manufacturing) after labor costs, environmental regulations and slowing demand for film turn Rochester's Kodak plants into Detroit 2.0 over the next seven years. There's probably even a bounty on a Red camera in the pervasive knock-off racket that flourishes in China. The first Red cameras that make it in-country to some Guang-Zhou optical factory will be dis-assembled and evaluated by technicians over a six to eight week period. The pieces will be reverse-engineered on Russian, Japanese, Swiss and German lab-bench instruments and CAD drawings will be made from the boards and they will be sent to very closely held factories to be replicated. The housing will have minor modifications made to it, mostly cosmetic, and tooling for it will begin being cut within a week of its arrival. Since the camera is largely Solid-State without the complex moving parts of a Sony Cine-Alta tape transport, the biggest roadblock will be the 4K sensor, which will be replaced by a "2K" sensor that will be the same physical size as the Myterium but sold as 4K. It will write to Compact Flash or some similar technology and be compatible with Windows machines.
The new prototype will be photographed, printed on glossy catalog sheets and marketed inside China, the Phillipines, Thailand, Russia, Turkey, Northern and Equitorial Africa, India, The Caucases, and South America (most notably Brazil). This new knock-off Red will be sold for USD $8,000 to $10,000 for a Body and will have mounts for the vast surplus of Russian and Chinese optics, one of which will be included. The Cameras won't work as advertised, they will break, fail to write sequential frames without major problems and only about 60% will function at all. The trading company that sells the knock-off will fire-sell their version to dump them into the market and then disappear. The only evidence they existed at all will be the beautiful glossy photos of their fake tech support facility in Hong Kong that appear in the fake brochure, the bankrupt buyers and the pile of junk pot-metal, plastic and silicon that was once touted as RED Clone.
That's the life-cycle of counterfeit merchandise, corrupt foreign governments, and the result of unchecked, unregulated, unfair global trade in my humble opinion. I'm not a "protectionist", I am a veteran of globalization with a thousand-yard stare;)! And that's tonight's show, ladies and gentlemen, tune in tomorrow...
Note to self: Don't post on Red User after losing shirt in Poker Game!
In china, they say they clone anything from toothpicks to missiles.
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