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#1 ryan knight

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Posted 30 May 2012 - 03:15 PM

Hey guys,

I'm about to embark on my first Scarlet adventure, on a doc project in Florida.

A few quick p's and q's if you will...

I've shot with the One and MX considerably, and have used the Epic on two separate outings (both drama - one studio and one location). So i'm looking forward to my first foray with the Scarlet.

We will be using Canon glass (10-22, 17-55, 35, 50, 135), because myself and the director own some lenses. Does anyone have any Scarlet rig or config suggestions, monitor recommendations (a monitor that I can "trust"/get a ball-park with, in conjunction with false color and zebras), perhaps a compression that is a nice balance of quality or rec. time (we are being outfitted with 4x 64GB modules) that is conducive to shooting documentary?

One last question... anyone have any Scarlet + gyro tips, or gyro tips in general.

Thanks everyone. Happy Hump Day.
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