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    [FS: LIGHTING] Still avail, I'll take $695!

    Still avail, I'll take $695!
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    Did he shoot on Komodo? Looks to me like a larger...

    Did he shoot on Komodo? Looks to me like a larger bodied DSMC2 camera. (I think that that's the media slot under the red sticker, and it looks like a DSMC-compatible monitor with only a single cable...
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    No. It means that, within that weight range, you...

    No. It means that, within that weight range, you should be able to maneuver the camera (up and down) fairly easily. While an 11 lb rig might tend to rise and the 17 lb to sink, these tendencies...
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    It's always tough to guess. So my suggestion...

    It's always tough to guess. So my suggestion would be to try searching for various frame rates on a stock footage site and comparing to your reference clip. (Personally, I'd have guessed it was...
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    Depending on what mount you have and what your...

    Depending on what mount you have and what your budget is, this can be anything from an Arri Master Macro 100 t2 (PL mount) to macro lens offerings from Canon, Nikon, Zeiss, Laowa, etc.

    Check...
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    I had this happen a few times as well-- and of...

    I had this happen a few times as well-- and of course only while on a job! I couldn't isolate a particular factor that seemed to cause it. It hasn't happened since I updated to the 1.5.3 firmware,...
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    I've done various continuing education courses...

    I've done various continuing education courses over the years, but not a film school degree. That said, from my own experience and that of others I've worked with (in the US), it feels like the thing...
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    Thanks, Tim-- so I stand corrected, it's not...

    Thanks, Tim-- so I stand corrected, it's not about Red holding off on enabling a capability pending official approval. I still like the plate, but would have loved that capability.
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    I've just been unplugging the SDI. I'm not aware...

    I've just been unplugging the SDI. I'm not aware of recommendations to do more, but please let me know if there's a better practice-- it'd be easy enough to do if necessary.
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    I own it and like it, and I rarely use Canon BP...

    I own it and like it, and I rarely use Canon BP batteries any more-- it's very convenient to power both the camera and external monitor from a single source. (And I've occasionally built it up with...
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    What criteria are important to you-- are you...

    What criteria are important to you-- are you primarily wondering if they're as dependable as other LEDs, or are there other qualities? I'll answer as I see it.

    Certainly you'll find fans here of...
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    Just gonna point out that the original post was...

    Just gonna point out that the original post was from November 2020, so he probably either got the internship or didn't-- if one was even offered, or was offered during Covid!
  13. I can't think of a time when there's been a...

    I can't think of a time when there's been a discussion (between, say, director and DP) of the look of a film where someone says, "but how would the audience want it to look?" Generally, I think the...
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    Maybe no one has tested thoroughly in the 4 days...

    Maybe no one has tested thoroughly in the 4 days since release!

    I had no problems with 1.5 beta-- did a 1-day shoot with it (manual spherical lenses, not Canon EF/RF or anamorphic, so I can't...
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    Take a look in the Komodo forum, there's some...

    Take a look in the Komodo forum, there's some discussion. You might search for Viper Gears-- they make an mount that allows you to easily attach the prism viewfinder above the LCD screen.
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    Thanks for alerting everyone! And thanks to...

    Thanks for alerting everyone!

    And thanks to the Red team for these updates-- I've been loving the changes in the 1.5 beta!
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    [FS: LIGHTING] bump and price reduction

    bump and price reduction
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    Off hand, does anyone know which rotating...

    Off hand, does anyone know which rotating circular polarizers are compatible with Tilta matte boxes, specifically the MB-T12? (I know it's a popular model on the forum.) On B&H, a number of the most...
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    Sticky: Yes, certainly people do use these types of...

    Yes, certainly people do use these types of filters with their Contax lenses. Is it necessary? Only if trying to replicate a particular look. For example, a Contax lens alone won't give you the very...
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    [FS: LIGHTING] bump

    bump
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    Would love to hear results on the above lenses....

    Would love to hear results on the above lenses. I'd been thinking about how a 35/40 voigtlander lens might play on the Komodo.

    For now, I really like the very compact Nikon 28 f2.8 AIS, and also...
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    I'm with you on this big time-- it could make...

    I'm with you on this big time-- it could make changes to format much quicker than wheeling through every aspect ratio of every resolution.

    As to why not just crop in post:
    1) It's common for me...
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    [FS: LIGHTING] Dropping price to $750

    Dropping price to $750
  24. I haven't shot with either set-- so please take...

    I haven't shot with either set-- so please take my opinion with a grain of salt. But I did take a look at using the M 0.8 primes for one project, and my research left me with some concerns about the...
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    If you're talking about insurance to cover rented...

    If you're talking about insurance to cover rented equipment, the more economical option is to get an annual policy and charge a fraction of it to each job. Otherwise, I doubt you'll find lower.
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