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  • Nick Soares
    started a topic Hottest Indie Camera?

    Hottest Indie Camera?

    Im guessing its the new EPIC...

  • M5Boss
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    I've heard good things about the RED Scarlet

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  • CoryB
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    Yea, it's a great camera. The Red cameras obviously has lots of advantages (5K/4K, RAW), but if you are finishing in 1080p the Sony is a great option.

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  • Nick Soares
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    Holy Smoke, I cant believe my RED crew never talked about this!

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  • CoryB
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    Yep, and it's a world camera so it shoots all the PAL frame rates as well.

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  • Nick Soares
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    can it shoot 1080 24p?

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  • CoryB
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    Yea, shoots 24p. Also shoots 1080 60p to an external recorder for some nice slow motion. I'll post some footage of mine from it when I get a chance.

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  • Nick Soares
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    Wow amazing camera, never new it existed, im assuming it shoot 24p I couldnt find the fps

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  • CoryB
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    Originally posted by Nick View Post
    Cory, is F3 a camera or a feature on epic, for a second I though you were talking about F stop
    It's a Sony camera: Sony Product Detail Page PMWF3L

    I definitely recommend checking it out.

    The new Canon C300 looks interesting too. I'm looking forward to trying that one out at some point.

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  • Nick Soares
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    Originally posted by CoryB View Post
    Depends on the budget. F3 is the most versatile because it can work for the lower budget films shooting straight to the cards or can compete with the Alexa (for a significantly lower price) shooting S-Log 4:4:4 to an external recorder for the bigger budget films.
    Cory, is F3 a camera or a feature on epic, for a second I though you were talking about F stop

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  • CoryB
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    Depends on the budget. F3 is the most versatile because it can work for the lower budget films shooting straight to the cards or can compete with the Alexa (for a significantly lower price) shooting S-Log 4:4:4 to an external recorder for the bigger budget films.

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  • Underdog
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    Canon C300

    I so want to use one of these.

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