I think there's one big thing missing:
One reason this brain is only 5950 USD is they cut off 1750 USD the possibility of outputing on a monitor instead of using thier monitor.
(Keep in mind you can control the camera with Wifi now...)
In all thier 10K USD kit, they don't have this.
Any one who own a camera now how crucial this is... well played Red.
Here's my breakdown:
Brain (EF mount, side SSD) = 5950 USD
Weapon Base Expander (Output HDMI, SDI, Ctrl, etc,) : 1750 USD
Moniteur 4.7" LCD: 1450 USD
Red Mini-mag 120GB: 850 USD
Red Mini-mag 240GB: 1400 USD
Red Station Mini: 195 USD
Total: 11595 USD (which unfortunately convert in 15456$ CAD)
I'm wondering the same thing about the V-Mount adapter.
The Base V-lock expander sounds more like a base plate to me.. so maybe it's something else.
The C300MKII comes in either EF or PL mount.
I feel like the Atomos Connect H2S is a better solution than the Blackmagic One. The Atomos has internal battery + it can be powered by Sony NPF batteries. 'Cause of this, it's way easier to set up on a camera with a Paralinx Arrow. The Blackmagics are good for post-production set ups
Thumbnails works great on both Scarlet Mx and Epic Dragon.. (You don't get a image preview on the Scarlet MX but you still still your clips name)
Still mode is still very sketchy and not user friendly...
I'd be happy if you could test how it handles overexposed zones. Highlight rolloff, color saturation, etc. Also, how it handles itself in lowlight shooting. (pushing dark area in post) in both Pro Res and RAW of course. Happy shooting! It looks like a great camera.