Nice!! Gotta be instagram lol..
I've been so busy using the thing I haven't had a chance to even get a thread going.
That's a testament to what a workhorse this camera is.
I am head over heels for it. The instagram picture is behind the scenes of this shoot:
As you can see, its small and light enough to put on a manfrotto 501 - which is a ridiculous idea in and of itself - but hey - it worked great and let us move very quickly - always scrambling to get to the next setup.
The MCS shoot is a good example of the quality difference between something like a DSLR and an EPIC, even when downscaled and compressed for the web - the difference is striking.
Looking forward to sharing more of the work I've done with #552 in the near future.
Thank you Red Team for making what I would consider the world's premiere digital cinema camera.
Congrats Dan ! :-)
Is that an Al mount ?
I have to come check this thing out.
thanks cool Dan. love the little story. inspiring.
Epic M's still popping out, M owners, were ever you are, come out and play... ;)
That picture is so... shiny! :)
Thanks guys - I got this back in September, so hardly new at all - just been busy!
That is a Ti Canon mount. I have a Ti PL from the M, and I got my scarlet with an AL mount, so sometimes we swap mounts depending on what we are doing.
Is this the same Dan Kanes that made LP-E6 plates for BrightView Wireless module?
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