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  1. RED claims they "invented" the RED MINI-MAG device (here: http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?147759-Cheap-third-party-Red-MiniMag-replacement-JinniMag&p=1649970&viewfull=1#post1649970) And they developed their own IP and SSD firmware for it, and that RED MINI-MAG has significantly less card errors than other companies using even reputable generic media, (and so theirs is superior to a generic one) and RED spends millions of dollars testing, certifying and QCing every media they ship. (here: http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?147759-Cheap-third-party-Red-MiniMag-replacement-JinniMag&p=1649669&viewfull=1#post1649669) Red claims the RED MINI-MAG device is made in USA. (footnotThis) is a link to Micron's response regarding RED claims for having a customised firmware on the RED MINI-MAG device. type=3&theatere
  2. Dear DPs, If you see this young generation of filmmakers (Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, J.J Abrams), they keep shooting their movies in film like Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, … Does it mean that today, we can't get the feeling, the grain, and the warmth of film in digital ? The response is maybe in the question, right ? But I would like to know if there is a DP who tried to get this feeling of film (35mm (ex: Eastman 100T 5247),70mm (ex: 65 mm Eastman 50T 5250) in digital, especially with the Red Weapon 8K S35 ? And of course with the appropriate lens. Thanks Jean-Marc
  3. Hi all, this is Calvin from Boston Red Rentals. The company is Boston Red Rentals, located in Boston, Massachusetts, in the States. I've actually been a lurker on here for a while and shoot quite a bit with my own team. However, we are now offering the Red Epic Dragon Rental in the Boston area and would like to let the community here know since we offer the lowest rates in the Boston Area. We believe that price should not limit creativity! We're a company that specializes in renting out the Red Epic Dragon for the lowest price in the Boston Area. In fact, we actually do a price match if you find any legitimate company that publicly advertises their rates for a similar package at a lower price! We have full information regarding our Rental Package on our website at http://Bostonredrentals.com/fo . You can also easily schedule and reserve your Red Epic Dragon from the Website http://Bostonredrentals.com/fo . Our packages include 550+ GB Storage, Red Volt Batteries, EF or PL Mount, 5'' Touchscreen Monitor, DSMC Red Motion Mount, Red Mag Card Reader, Red Mote, and Quad Charger. Add-ons such as Kessler Cranes, Sliders, Zeiss Lenses, Red Pro Zoom Lense, Wireless Transmitters, and even editing equipment are available as well. Boston Red Rentals is open from Mondays through Fridays from 10AM to 6PM, with pick-ups and drop-offs starting from 8AM if given prior notice. We're conveniently located close to the city at: 24 Roland St Boston, Massachusetts 02129 The low price makes this a wonderful opportunity for one-off shoots, shoots that require additional gear, etc. However, we also offer discounts for long term rentals for videographers/companies in the area that would like to leave it. Right now, if you call in at (617) 420-7475 and mention my name, Calvin, and Cinematography.com, I'll help take a special 10% off your first rental, which brings our rental price under $800. Alternatively, you can go ahead and schedule your first rental straight off the website and mention this at another time :) Rentals are often limited due to popularity so we advise scheduling in advance. Thank you for reading and I hope that we will be of use to fellow local or traveling videographers.
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