Red_Epic-M_unboxing

A series of videos from Ketch Rossi and Steve Gibby following their 'Epic' adventure from the DHL man arriving to on location shooting with their Red Epic-M. Let's say that not only were these guys seriously excited, but also they were pretty impressed by camera number 00008. 

Well where do we start?  How about the unboxing.

 

A good tip there to have a gun on the table with all those expensive prime lenses on show. Then on to the shooting, with the Epic that is.

 

So having watched the videos, how about some information? Most of the technical data including some frame grabs can be found in this RedUser thread. Many thanks to Steve and Ketch for the insight into what this camera will do.

 


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