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#1 will griffith

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Posted 16 November 2007 - 01:07 AM

I just took a look and Red finally has something "real" to look at.

I downloaded two sample R3D files here.. http://www.reduser.n...read.php?t=5905

I then opened them with the free Redcine software here... http://www.red.com/support

Is it really this easy?? I mean the footage basically looks computer generated...but I
guess I use an iso of 50 on my Canon SLR for that very reason.

Overall... I'm pretty impressed. The interface is still basic and looks like the Son of Shake,
but soon people will be opening R3D in Adobe Bridge along with their 5D pics.

This camera would make me even more lazy on shoots...not sure if that's good or not!

Strange days indeed.
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