I'm pretty new to the Red game, so bear with me.
I'm looking to get an Epic for a small production company I run. We do a range of work from TVC's and music videos to corporate events and promotions (as well as a separate creative arm for shorts, etc). For us to make it worth it and get solid value out of it we would have to be able to use it occasionally for event work. In some cases that would mean recording 2-3 hour long presentation sessions as well as being able to pick it up and shoot quickly shoulder mounted. We currently use a mix of DSLR's and mid range cameras (FS700, F3s, EX1, etc).
So I guess my questions are:
1) Can the Epic handle long record times? It's not going to overheat on me or something is it?
2) What are some good value battery options? Like a v-mount plate and battery solution, that's pretty much what Redbricks are right?
3) We currently have a lot of Nikon lenses (although I could be persuaded to change up to Canon if people think it's the way to go), if I go with the Red Nikon mount will image stabilisation, etc work?
And that's about all for now...!
we updated our epic x camera with the latest firmware 3.3.14 and we have a problem of toggling into playback and preview. Whenever we press the playback button on the screen the frame gets frozen and it doesn't goes to playback . Do we have to update the firmware again ???
How is it possible to use a look file (or a LUT) applied to the image going out to the monitors? What softare is used to generate a look file? Thanks!
Can i use Nikon G Lenses(no iris ring) on a Scarlet Canon Mount with a novoflex adaptator like this one with no problems of compatibility ? : http://www.amazon.fr/dp/B003NF1S28/r...productDetails
so... I lost power during a shoot. Now I see the clips on my camera, but am getting an error when I try to playback. It is... How shall we say... Important for me to get the clips. What can I do? I haven't tried to mount the card and play on my computer yet.
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