What is EPIC?
The camera which costs less, offers 6 1/2 times the resolution, 5 times the framerates, 25% of the weight compared to its "competitor".
Highest Dynamic Range over every other Cinema camera (with HDRx), an upgrade path already known to customers and potential customers, a completely modular approach to building the body up for use with other camera models...
Oh, and a continually evolving camera where the best is added and the worst taken away and substituted for free (for example, the heatsink)
I think you are promoting a modern linear working method. That's were we should be going. Gavin might be suggesting that we have legacy systems that we need to work with. And until those systems change, we can make them 'safer' to work with by mapping 0-1 until they get with the RAW/LinEXR program.
What is Epic?
The best camera in the World and I received mine yesterday!
Sorry, it's not helping the thread at all but I couldn't resist...
After receiving Epic-M of our own, I feel like I'm on a time machine.
None of those were for sale in 2006, the Olympus quad-HD camera is still just a prototype after five years as far as I know. The Dalsa Origin was the only production-ready (by which I mean people were shooting small projects on it) 4K camera that predated the Red One but it wasn't for sale nor in large production. I don't know when the Phantom 65 came out but I think it was a year later than the Red One.
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