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    Senior Member Roberto Lequeux's Avatar
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    Your lens works with Dragon. The question is how much of Dragon can your lens handle.

    Gunleik, I do. The RED gang with eyes wide open looking at the chart, Cioni's confirmation. The firetruck followed shortly after.

    But I bet I will remember all my life where I was standing tonight when I heard it was official.

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    oh HELLZ, yeah!
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    Rentals should start investing in Leica summilux-c lenses. EPIC Dragon will be the most sophisticated camera.
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    Part of the look of 65mm is created by the format size. How does dragon shape up in that regard?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    Every lens works with Dragon. You just might have to select a slightly smaller resolution if you have a small image circle lens.

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    does it mean 6K will be 35mm full frame, like we have w/ the d800 or 5d mark 3? that would be awesome!

    6K = 35mm full frame
    5K = APS-H
    4K = super 35mm
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    Jim

    Do you see physical upgrade process on EPIC as easy or difficult? Can we assume more than just a sensor swap is at hand?
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    he has already said that they are going to have to replace some internal boards
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    Jarred has allready confirmed that some ASICS has to be swapped.

    I still think we'll see two "dragons" the upgraded 16:9 dragon and a new superdragon with 4:3 sensor.

    None will be stills FF... If they don't make the superdragon an 8k just for the kicks of it...
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    16 stops!

    Can the Scarlets have the throwaways? You know the ones with 13.5 stops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    The Dragon has more dynamic range than film... by a lot. 65mm film has about 14.5 stops. The Dragon has an easy 16 stops... without sweating.
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