Jeremy from Rivetal here in Provo reporting in. I've got Red #63 reserved!
I know that another local video production company reserved two of them, but they are much higher numbers.
How about you?
Lonely... We got someone in St George.. Myself, and the boys from Impatient Cow productions, who Jeremyn (assumingly) refered to.
What kind of stuff are you guys into? Local/Independent? Feature? Commercial? Industrial? (cough!) Weddings?
Party at jeremyn's house...
Very cool. We'll all be shooting 4k inversions! :D
I'm into ambient timelapse & slo-mo.
I didn't buy mine for anything specific. I'm just a high tech gadget geek and as well as a video camera nut, and this was the dream toy.
And yes, party at my house! :) We can all figure out how to use this crazy new thing together.
I get to Utah regularly. I was born there, went to college there, have family there, and take regular stock footage shooting trips there. When my company was based in Las Vegas (2002-04), I spent a ton of time in southern and central Utah shooting various nature, adventure travel, and actions sports projects. When I get to Utah this year, after I get my RED One camera system, I'd be happy to hook up with you guys.
IMGent! Sorry about the "Someone from St Greorge." ;-) See, Pixel, Utah's not such a lonely place after all... Sadly, there is truth to your "shooting the inversion" comment. I guess we'll all have to take a winter trip down to see IMG when it gets nasty again.
I'm working with a few people in the feature arena to try and get the Red used in local commercials and feature production. I've been trying to work out the details on the supporting equipment necessary to do a video-assist/HDR playback cart, etc. Hopefully, we'll get the $5m incentive fund that our illustrious governor has asked for, and it'll be a busy year in Utah for feature film work.
I hear you Kyle. We're hoping for a couple of budgets to be approved as well. It'd be nice to let the camera pay for itself before the end of the year!
Gibby - Definitely let us know when you're in town. There's still some skiing to be had, at least through March (low-snow this year)!
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