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Philip Bloom: Thoughts on buying the RED Scarlet-X

[12:08 mon,21.November 2011   by thomas]    

Philip Bloom reckons its experience of turning everyday with the RED Epic, what is the price of a RED Scarlet-X, if they be fit for all-day shoot is and gives some advice to purchase them. He reckons: The price of the pure body of the Scarlet-X is only relevant for very few scenarios (actually, if you already have the accessories for other compatible RED camera), there are missing essential functions. So you start with $ 14,000 for a RED Scarlet-X plus EF-mount (or $ 15,500 with P-mount). Bloom's statement comes after then but still considerably more money for this battery (RED 4 Volts: 750 dollars), SSDs (4 64 GB RedMage cost $ 3,250), and (if being filmed in 4K) as hardware accelerators for editing a RED Rocket (4750 dollars). These occur naturally (if not already present) the cost of good lenses. Bloom advises potential buyers to reconsider their job well (Do you really need 4K? Now?) Are remembered and that his EPIC is the only camera in his career, he was not completely familiar (because of the perpetual beta firmware and bugs) - how stable its the firmware of the Scarlet-X is not yet clear. We further reserve the problematic way, the RED has chosen for the Scarlet-X to get lower resolutions than 5K: cropping, or to read the image information for a portion of the sensor surface. In this regard, is very informative Phil Holland's overview of the crop factor, and FPS used sensor surface of the Scarlet-X at different recording : § § PIC2: The crop factor of RED Scarlet-X § § PIC3: The Crop factors of X-RED Scarlet exemplified § § pic4: crop factor of RED Scarlet-X at 50 mm and aspect ratio of 1.9:1

Bilder zur Newsmeldung:
Red-Scarlet-X-DataSheet_2kRed-Scarlet-X-CropFactors
Red-Scarlet-X-Applied-Crop-Factors

Link more infos at bei philipbloom.net

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