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    In typical Phil fashion. Awesome write up!

    Thank you for creating another all-in-one spot of information!
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    Great Info
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    Hi Phil - great work as always!
    One thought thou about the ANA modes. If the framing was just a blank sensor square, it looks OK. But overlaid over a real-world image it is a little confusing, as ANA mode would be used with ANA lenses and therefore provide much wider view. Perhaps a dotted line to show this with an asterix and an explanation bellow the image would solve this?

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    Easy to see that the contents should become a sticky.

    Nice job Phil
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    Thanks Phil.........love your work.
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    Thanks for doing this Phil... Under the "pricing" section, you may want to write "more than $6,000" or something like that so folks who really have never read about the cost at least have a ballpark. Your call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Majtan View Post
    One thought thou about the ANA modes. If the framing was just a blank sensor square, it looks OK. But overlaid over a real-world image it is a little confusing, as ANA mode would be used with ANA lenses and therefore provide much wider view. Perhaps a dotted line to show this with an asterix and an explanation bellow the image would solve this?
    I'll take a look at that today Peter. If it reads well from a distance I'll certainly add that.


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    Thanks Phil.........love your work.
    Thanks Martin. I love your work as well! I have to send you a funny photo with the Glidecam once I have clearance to release it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Roberts View Post
    Thanks for doing this Phil... Under the "pricing" section, you may want to write "more than $6,000" or something like that so folks who really have never read about the cost at least have a ballpark. Your call.
    Bingo. Added that. Also added the note that Jarred mentioned regarding the Scarlet trade in program.
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    Brother Phil, thank you, Sir!
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    Thanks for the info phil! Very useful.
    Can the mods sticky this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Correct. I'll change the wording to "upgrade path". Graeme is better at explaining the whole native ISO thing and what's wrong with that concept.

    There will of course be an optimal place to shoot to get a "clean" image. Jim's words:
    Interesting Phil... Never saw Jim's post about the Native ISO. That's confusing, and I would argue that there has to be a native camera ISO/'Amount of Light that the Sensor sees' based on the fact that if you change in camera ISO to 320 (anything lower than 800), and expose for that, you will find your highlights have clipped and have been flattened because the camera is actually seeing brighter than the 320 ISO so the highlights clipped... (I've made this mistake and paid for it many years ago on one of my first Red shoots).
    Not the most sophisticated way of explaining it, but that's kind of how I understand it.
    Sounds like this might be something to talk to Graeme about though.
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