I have not shot 3D yet.
I would not expect steadicam operating be done with a 3D representation (yet?). As a steadi-op you need to develop a good sense of what it will look like. But from my perspective, if I can see it how I will distribute it, then all I can say is: Why not?
With two EVFs it might not be as comfortable as simply being able to open one of your eyes as you would with one EVF when needing to get an idea of your operating environment. But I think there might be ways around that by pulling your face off one of the EVFs and still have a rough idea of what's around you, where you are in the room, and still have the 3D representation at your disposal.
There is a lot to be perceived from the two images that isn't there with one. So mine is a simple logical approach, asking to have the capability.
But I would have to try it. And I will keep making my camera op being comfortable the top priority one way or an other.
Shot at the beaches today - 120fps. Here is a still from the Epic.
So sharp and pretty.
Thanks for share.
Thanks Rapheal and Johnny! This was shot in La Jolla. Sure enough, two people stopped and couldn't believe their eyes that it was the Red Epic. One stranger even recognized me haha. Here is another still. Click on the link to see the detail. It was so cool being able to effortlessly walk up and down the coast with the Red Epic.
This much resolution and detail previously could only be accomplished by a still camera. It is insane that I can shoot motion video of this quality. Shoot this on a 5d with the h264 compression @ 1080p and this scene would fall apart. I know there is no comparison..but just sayin. On top of all that.. this is at 5k at 120fps to boot!
Happy Shooting mate.
Hope see ya soon.
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