I'll be sure to share what I can, but it likely won't be for a while because we don't want to release too much info on the film. It's sad, because I'd love to show people how well this camera works. I'll be sure to let people know once it's screening in festivals. If we get some free time with the camera we were thinking about shooting a little extra footage and posting it online, but I doubt we'll get that. We nearly rented one for an entire month from NYC, in which case we would've had a lot more downtime with the camera, but settled for just doing weekends because we got a deal on the camera and lenses locally.
And as a person who doesn't own much gear, certainly not much professional gear, the main drawback to investing in the RED system seems to be the media cost, their SSDs are ridiculous. The LCD screen, sure, whatever. But I mean besides those things and the cost of cables, there's not much you need to get the camera up and running. Maybe a bit more to get it rigged up to fully function in a super professional environment, but if I was at that level I'd probably have different considerations and not even own a camera at all. But for me personally with the Dragon sensor it's finally become a camera worth using, and with the low cost of the Raven body, a camera more worth owning.