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  1. Hi folks, Hope someone can clarify something for me :) I'm filming a music video soon with a RED MX and I'll mostly be filming with 120fps in 4k/5k. Whenever I set it to 120fps it automatically sets the shutter speed to 120. Is there anyway to change it? And why does it lock the shutter speed at 120? Allan
  2. Hello friends, I have a BMCC 2.5K package in great condition that I don't use and I want to trade it for Red One. It comes with following: Camera body BMCC 2.5K Full DaVinci Resolve Lenses: Tokina 11-16mm F2.6; Tokina 28-70mm F2.6; SpeedBuster Lanparte shoulder rig Shoot35 follow focus Mattebox, 1 Switronix v-mount battery with charges and power cable 3X 250GB SSD drives, Filters I'm based in Los Angeles, let me know if anybody's interested. Good day.
  3. I've been researching the native ISO of RED cameras (primarily the Dragon and MX). What's been confusing isn't the notion of a native ISO, but rather that in the debate between 320 and 800, people are referring to shooting at ISO 800 as underexposing when compared to ISO 320. From one such individual: "At 320 (which may be closer to the sensors "native" sensitivity- or the point where the raw matches the redcolor as far as middle grey) you have much less range in the highlights. By rating 800, you are underexposing the sensor a bit and protecting the highlights." Bear with me as I'm more of a lighting guy, but my question is: how is it that by increasing ISO by 1⅓ stops are you underexposing the sensor? What am I missing? Thanks so much for your help!
  4. Selling both a RED ONE (m) and a RED MX with operational accessories. RED ONE (m) with CF Module and PL Mount - $3200 RED MX with CF Module and PL Mount - $4200 Can sell as a Package with the following. RED Power Pack (2 RED Brick Batteries and Charger) Base Production Pack (Top Mounts, Rails, and Top Handle) RED 5" LCD with Cable and 9" Arm V-Lock Battery Mount ET Shockmount 320GB RED Raid Drive Pelican Case RED ONE (m) Package - $5000 RED MX as Package - $6000 Also for sale Libec RSP-850D(s) Pedestal system - $4000 I will send pics to those interested. Paypal or any authorizing payments accepted Buyer pays shipping. Email - empathi.RED@gmail.com Phone - 312-877-7362
  5. Hi guys, I have a fantasy film coming up that we'll be shooting entirely on stage, that will involve a fair amount of digital set extension (forests, mountains, shining dome structures) and background replacement via greenscreen (or bluescreen, haven't confirmed whether it'll be green or blue yet) and a pretty vibrant colour palette. Our two options for camera are the Red One MX and Sony F5 (without a raw recorder, so 1080p 4:4:4 only). I'll be lighting with tungsten almost exclusively (the lighting grid is mainly 5k fresnels and 2k soft lights), so I'm a little weary about the impact that will have on the shadows with the Red (most of the scenes will be pretty low-key). However with the F5 we'd only get 10-bit 1080p 4:4:4 as apposed to 4K Redcode raw with the Red One. So I'm wondering what people's leanings would be camera-wise? I'd also really appreciate any thoughts or suggestions people have for using atmospherics (mainly haze) with greenscreen components? We really need haze for atmosphere - but we probably need clean keys more. I'd love to hear anyone's thoughts on the matter. Cheers, Mark
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