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but maybe that's a good thing!) Overall -- meh. Im not talking about the cost of the cameras here; Im talking about all the the related production costs (talent/location/production crew/permits/props/discardables/Post/etc) as well as the massive investments of time. Also, Epic constantly needed more light than the 5d mark iii. DSLR's and RED cameras are just two different cameras. I'm sorry but I don't think this was shot in an objective fashion. I used a couple of Canon 5D2's for a year and am now back to Nikon D800's. No Film School. Anybody can buy and use a 5D.

I think you'll find plenty of reasons to support that price difference, though all of them are going to be relevant to the still photography side of the camera. The latter is because of debayering - each color isn't represented in every pixel, and thus it must be interpolated. I would have liked a 10 bit signal out of the HDMI though. Such a pretty picture. But put that KiPro on and it is a whole new ball game again. January 31, 2013 at 3:51PM, Edited September 4, 11:21AM 2 Reply Share Share this answer: Ben B. January 31, 2013 at 6:51PM, Edited September 4, 11:21AM 0 Reply Share Share this answer: Johan D I put the Mark II/Mark III and D800 on a resolution chart early last year, but it wasn't something I felt comfortable posting since I didn't really have a proper lens to not only get the most resolution possible, but also line up the chart with the cameras correctly. What do you think? Are the results surprising at all even in a compressed window? Link:5D Mark III vs Red Scarlet-X -- Vimeo redcanoncamerasscarletredscarletscarletxscarlet-xredscarletxcanon5dmarkiii5dmarkiii You Might Also Like RED SCARLET-X Crop Factors and Data Rates, Visualized Canon CN-E Cinema Primes vs. That would kind of make things right in the world. And as a hacked GH2 owner I'd also like to see that comparison as well. i believe i can do it so am reaching out to anyone who can advise me on the best way to go. It makes sense to carry a DSLR backup, but if you can make the jump to a better cam, do so. But each to their own. I spent some time yesterday reading through a thread on Reduser where people tried to stay at ISO 320 on their Scarlets because ISO 800 were starting to get noisy. I don't need crazy resolution for stills. I think its online rumor that scarlet is noisy and not sensitive. I know one local cam op who has a C300 and 3 5D2s that shoots a lot for major cable. 55a97c10fc
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