built in audio is a must. What's the point of a pocket camera if you need to have a boom operator with 2nd unit sound following you?
is it a must? i dont know one film camera that has built in audio.
i think you'll use your REDONE for sync sound regular style shooting and the Scarlet for action style shots where sound might not be 100 percent necessary.
i'm not saying it wont have sound capabilities or timecode. but it shouldn't have all the inputs to save size and weight.
In fact, it can actually go much higher in frame rate depending how much you drop resolution... you can get up to 1200 fps at 96 x 300.
in either setting, there's no word on which codec is being used for recording. Hopefully, the HD recording and the "youtube ready" functions are not one and the same.
I'd fight for a small mic even if it only serves as a starting point for mixing and sound replacement.
BTW - I'm pretty sure this isn't a film camera.
the point of having a pocket camera is to keep it minimal and small and to only use the camera for certain situations. there are already 100's of pocket hd cameras on the market with sound, zooms lenses, etc...
RED wants to make a professional pocket camera. And keeping it 4k and the sensor super 35mm sized will solve a lot of problems as well as pushing them that much further ahead.
Also as was seen in the patient registry Red has 2k scarlet not 4k scarlet on record so all signs point to 2k or less.
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