Texan living abroad in the Pacific Northwest.
You can have *3* 100-160wh batteries. Read the fine print. It says two "spare" 100-160wh batteries...(they even italicize the word "spare")...so if you have the ability to configure your camera case to leave one attached to the body, you can have 3.
Another battery I fly with is the IDX Endura Elites. They have two separate cells in them, and if separated, they count as under 100wh.
I'm curious if the SDI-1, -2, & -3 are all mirrors of the same, of if it's integrated into the OS (so you could have a feed for camera department and a feed for clients. If I'm on steadi, I want to see histogram without plugging in the Touch monitor, but just want a simple 709 or redgamma and limited display for client monitors.) This is 101 stuff that RED should've had at product launch. Their modules suck. If you want XLR and multiple SDI, you have to have that giant (expensive) module that makes it so much bigger a camera.
They're abandoning 8k and jumping to 12k.
And every lens except medium format/65mm motion picture size will vignette.
This is missing the Dr. Strangelove pie fight.
Oops. My post seems misleading and it's past the edit window. I mean I have not used the Revolvr. I've used the FF4.
It's funny people complain about the cost. I haven't used it or seen it yet, but an FF4 is like $5k with both studio/LWS and both sides. If it's anything of the build quality it seems like (and based on the great products of theirs I've used), and if it has no noticeable backlash as advertised, this may be the low cost option to the industry standard.