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    no control over lenses...

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    Mirror here also www.red.ramjetfilms.com/nikon.jpg

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    I just love the look of the scaled 2K made from this sensor, very sharp without enhancement... and fun seeing that all my misc. Nikon glass won't go to waste.
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    "this still appears more sharp than the 4k stills I've seen to date- is it just the downsampling, or was additional sharpening applied?"

    should i dare say it ..
    maybe it's the NIKOR lens ???


     

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    I am very happy with this test. Thanks RED Team...

    ps. Jim Arthurs, are those RED brass knuckles or am I "projecting" my intentions? hahaha
    pps. Jim, thanks for posting the larger pic... Very, very nice! haha
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    Image looks great! Good option to have when shooting minor stuff. I'd still use my money on the Red zoom, though, and hoping for some Red primes to go with it at a later time. Kicking myself for not putting in a reservation on the zoom... arrggghhh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by firewallet
    Jim Arthurs, are those RED brass knuckles or am I "projecting" my intentions? hahaha
    Yep!

    My RED NAB 2006 Avatar was getting a little long in the tooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard
    no control over lenses...

    Jim
    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=78156

    Sorry Jim but your quote don't escape to my cross-examination .

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    ha ha ha nice work Jim

    BTW.. just to make clear, this wasnt shot 2k scaled, this was shot at 4+k and scaled in post. Almost all DSLR lenses, even the ones that are APS-C sized will be able to shoot 4k, as Super 35mm and APS-C are relatively the same size.

    One thing though, still lenses were not designed for motion, so alot of SLR lenses will breath pretty heavily during focus etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emanuel
    Sorry Jim but your quote don't escape to my cross-examination :

    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=78156
    That lens motor isnt controlled by the camera, thats controlled via Remote, so Jim stands correct... But Curt for sure makes things alot easier.
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