1. OMCOPTER - Ninja shoot with Epic

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    We shot this video to demonstrate the capabilities of our OMCOPTER drone. It showcases its ability to fly into buildings, close to actors and into high altitudes. Our thanks go out to Christian Pfeil and Ralf Haeger! Notice: The clip only has two cuts! Credits: Director: Christian Pfeil DoP: Frederic Doss Pilot: Stefan Müller Editing/Grading: Max Duwe Stunts: Ralf Haeger and Team Camera: RED Epic

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    • EPIC-X Redwoods

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      from Patrick Lawler / Added

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      Here is the first video I shot with my brand new RED EPIC-X! Shot in 5KFF using Duclos Cine-mod Tokina 11-16mm t2.8 and RED 18-50mm t3.0. I just got my EPIC-X last week. Since I've been working so much I haven't had much time to post or even shoot with it. Finally I got some free time and I took an awesome day-trip with my dad to shoot the world's largest redwood trees! So far I am extremely impressed with the capabilities of this camera. This is the second RED video I have edited in Adobe Premiere. (the first being shot on the RED ONE MX) Considering I use After Effects and Photoshop every day, I am 100% done with FCP. Premier took me about 1 hour to adjust to. I love being able to edit raw 5K footage (or even 7D footage) without rendering! If you are having trouble deciding on wether or not to switch from FCP to Premiere, JUST DO IT NOW. Trust me. I waited 5 months to switch when I should have waited 5 seconds. The Epic-X is by far the coolest camera I've ever shot with. The capabilities are endless! Vimeo is a great place to lean more about everything! So I want to help every vimeo member out! Feel free to email me, or post any questions you have about my epic, the workflow, or whatever you can dream up! I will answer every single question 100%. Music by Leo Kaliski

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      • The OMCOPTER gives wings to the Red Epic

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        The world’s best camera learns how to fly: The Omcopter gives wings to the Red Epic. Berlin, October 10th, 2011 Today, in a European first, Berlin based OMSTUDIOS introduced a powerful new drone that enables filmmakers to combine the performance of the world’s finest digital camera, the RED Epic, with the versatility of an octocopter. In doing so, the OMCOPTER opens up a whole new world of cinematic possibilities, as well as drastically lowering the costs of production. Since its release in September 2011, the RED Epic has become known as the pinnacle of digital camera design. With a resolution of 5K, a dynamic range of up to 18 stops and a high-tech processor enabling up to 300 frames per second, the RED Epic is without a doubt the world’s most advanced camera. Not only among camera connoisseurs, but also among the largest, big-budget Hollywood productions — the Epic has established itself as the definite standard. Directing legends such as Ridley Scott, Peter Jackson and James Cameron are utilizing this state-of-the-art technology for their current feature films “Prometheus”, “The Hobbit” and “Avatar 2”, by placing dozens of orders. The all-new OMCOPTER raises the RED Epic to lofty heights without the limitations of a crane or the prohibitive costs and space requirements of an actual helicopter. As an intuitively remote-controlled drone, the OMCOPTER makes the capture of spectacular shots at the highest quality possible, and at a fraction of the previous costs. The OMCOPTER is ready for take-off in just 15 minutes and can reach heights of up to 150 meters. The reach of the drone is dependent on the range of sight of the operator, usually up to 100 meters. The OMCOPTER is also usable in close quarters and its extreme agility makes it very adaptable.

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        • Portland Lens Test: Part 01 of 03

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          from Ryan E. Walters / Added

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          Put on by Indent Studios, (www.indentstudios.com) and conducted on Dec 10th, 2011, this is part 01 of a 03 part test that examines the Cooke Panchro /i, Luma Tech Super 35 Illuminas, Red Pro Primes, Unique Optics Kenji Suematsu Series, Leica R Cine-Mod, Schneider Cine-Xenar II, & Zeiss Compact Primes v1 & v2. (Everything was shot on the Epic-X camera at 5k Full Frame using 3:1 compression.) The complete write up, along with downloadable R3D's is available here: http://www.ryanewalters.com/Blog/blog.php?id=7418575377215665840 For those of you who watched the blind test, this video is NOT arranged in the same order as the blind test. Here are the answers for test 01: 01- Cooke 02- Illumina 03- Leica 04- Red 05- Schneider 06- Unique 07- Zeiss

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          • "Hole in my Heart" by The Dig (Official music video)

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            We wish you'll never have a day at the beach like this one. Directed by Mitchell Hart (@mitchellhart) Starring: Lee Francis and Anna Zahn Director of photography: Mike Hechanova Camera Operator: Spike Bauman Production Design: Dane Steinlicht Post Production: SuperFort ( www.superfort.tv )

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            • sm_neutal - shot on red. epic-x / 120 fps and 300 fps / canon glass

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              shot on red epic-x, #02576 "istvan" 5k 120fps and 2k 300fps / canon glasses

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              • Ryan Chapman Showreel 2014

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                Gear available for rent in Portland, OR: Cameras: RED Epic Dragon (EF and PL Mount) Canon C100 Canon 5D MK III Canon 70D Lenses: GL Optics 18-35mm T1.8 Cine Zoom lens (EF and PL Mount) Zeiss CP.2 15mm, 25mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm T/2.1 (EF and PL Mount) EF Mount: Rokinon 8mm T3.8 Fisheye Cine Lens Rokinon 24mm T1.5 Cine Lens Rokinon 50mm T1.5 Cine Lens Rokinon 35mm T1.5 Cine Lens Rokinon 85mm T1.5 Cine Lens Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 Zoom Lens Canon L 24-70mm f/2.8 Zoom Lens Tamron 24-70mm VC f/2.8 Zoom Lens Sigma 70-200mm OS f/2.8 Zoom Lens Support: Steadicam Flyer LE Bright Tangerine VIV Mattebox Teradek Bolt Wireless Transmitter/Receiver Atomos Ninja 2 Prores Recorder w/ 3x SSD Kessler Shuttle Pod Slider System 8' Kessler Track Kessler Motion Control: Kessler Oracle Controller w/ 500 and 200 series motors Kessler Pocket Dolly O'Connor 1030 Tripod Head w/ 25L Sticks Miller Compass 12 Fluid Head Miller Solo DV Tripod Legs Sachtler DV 4 II Head/Tripod Reel EFX DF-50 Hazer / Fogger 100mm Manfrotto High Hat 5.6" RED Touch Monitor 5.6" TVlogic 056WP Monitor 5.6" Smallhd DP6 Monitor Filters: Tiffen 4x5.65" ND .3, .6, .9 TIffen 4x5.65" 1/4 Low Con Tiffen 4x5.65" 80D Tiffen 4x5.65" Streak Filter Schneider 4x5.65" 1/4 Hollywood Black Magic Schneider 138mm Linear Tru Polarizer Media: 2x 256GB RED SSD Drives 4x16 GB Sandisk CF Cards 6x32 GB Sandisk SD Card Lighting: Arri 1200W HMI Fresnel w/ FF Ballast 4' Kino Flo 2' Kino Flo Kino Barfly Arri 4 Light Tungsten Kit Junior Stands C Stands Travel Flags Power: 4x Anton Bauer Dionic HC Batteries Anton Bauer Twin Charger 6x Canon LP-E6 Batteries 3x C100 Batteries

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                • Portland Lens Test: Part 03 of 03

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                  from Ryan E. Walters / Added

                  4,251 Plays / / 9 Comments

                  Put on by Indent Studios, (www.indentstudios.com) and conducted on Dec 10th, 2011, this is part 01 of a 03 part test that examines the Cooke Panchro /i, Luma Tech Super 35 Illuminas, Red Pro Primes, Unique Optics Kenji Suematsu Series, Leica R Cine-Mod, Schneider Cine-Xenar II, & Zeiss Compact Primes v1 & v2. (Everything was shot on the Epic-X camera at 5k Full Frame using 3:1 compression.) The complete write up, along with downloadable R3D's is available here: http://www.ryanewalters.com/Blog/blog.php?id=7418575377215665840 For those of you who watched the blind test, this video is NOT arranged in the same order as the blind test. Here are the answers for test 03: 15- Zeiss 16- Unique 17- Schneider 18- Red 19- Leica 20- Illumina 21- Cooke

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                  • Portland Lens Test: Part 02 of 03

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                    from Ryan E. Walters / Added

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                    Put on by Indent Studios, (www.indentstudios.com) and conducted on Dec 10th, 2011, this is part 01 of a 03 part test that examines the Cooke Panchro /i, Luma Tech Super 35 Illuminas, Red Pro Primes, Unique Optics Kenji Suematsu Series, Leica R Cine-Mod, Schneider Cine-Xenar II, & Zeiss Compact Primes v1 & v2. (Everything was shot on the Epic-X camera at 5k Full Frame using 3:1 compression.) The complete write up, along with downloadable R3D's is available here: http://www.ryanewalters.com/Blog/blog.php?id=7418575377215665840 For those of you who watched the blind test, this video is NOT arranged in the same order as the blind test. Here are the answers for test 02: 08- Schneider 09- Unique 10- Zeiss 11- Cooke 12- Red 13- Leica 14- Illumina

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                    • EPIC + IR ND Test

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                      from Ryan E. Walters / Added

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                      The results of using different combinations of IR filtration on the Epic-X. This test was shot with the latest offering of IRND's from Schneider- their Platinum IRND series. Get all of the details, and download the original R3D's from Ryan's blog post: http://www.ryanewalters.com/Blog/blog.php?id=4094508292434585142

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