Ok, I'm hearing ya'll on RED keeping it tight.
Reselling will up price for sure.
But what about distribution? Will RED go global? Lets's hope they get it out to far lying regions?
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Keep it down.
Thread: Red Distribution
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12-27-2006 07:09 AMEdward D. Wood, Jr.:
Worst film you ever saw? Well, my next one will be better.
12-27-2006 07:52 AMOriginally Posted by Poi Boy
great post Poi.. great post..
12-27-2006 08:25 AMOriginally Posted by ThomSteinhoff
Apple isn't a friendly, happy, consumer loving company... it is all business. Steve Jobs is a shrewd businessman who has a nose for what makes consumers tick. I suspect it is closer to the truth that Apple is just screwing everyone.
12-27-2006 09:27 AM
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- Oct 2006
Yes, paperwork is a hassle - we get to do extra work so that government workers have paper to shuffle to justify their jobs, as a bonus we get to pay extra tases and fees - Big Fun! However, due to the competitive nature of the global shipping business we can take advantage of relatively cheap overnight or second day delivery from almost anywhere. I would rather ship it to Red despite the issues involved and get it fixed right.
In my perfect scenario Red would provide telephone support for a small fee that would make it possible to fix some things in the field. They could also offer a replacement sent the day you call via a service contract, it would likely be a pricey option but worth it for some.
I also hope that their commitment to modular design will make part swapping in the field realistic for handy ops. They have shown a commitment to industrial design so I am optimistic that the shipping product will lend itself to modular repair strategies that will allow repair facilities to sprout up quickly.
Blair S. Paulsen