Well, I own a Red Scarlet and even though I think Red is probably some of the best cameras for Independent Operators, I always thought Alexa cameras gave a better image (and now even with a great compact body with the Alexa Mini) but I honestly didn't really think this was funny because it adressed problems that aren't there anymore. I mean fans, really? Sure that will be a problem if you don't know how to use the camera. My point is I have no problem of making fun of any camera but at least use relevant material, like how the Ursa is over 8 Kg an has a freaking huge screen where your face is supposed to be if you put the camera on your shoulder.
Good for him!
He's truly a lucky guy :)
Well, you never know. Guys like Corridor Digital or Rocketjump have taught me not to take anything at face value.
As a big fan of Blade Runner, this felt nostalgic, a good sign in my opinion.
I do have a question, how small was the budget exactly? A specific value would be interesting to know, if only to prove to naysayers that high production value projects are possible with limited means and a lot of perseveration.
Anyway if the creators of Atropa are reading this, congratulations!
Dying to see what comes next.
Am I the only one who though that wasn't funny?
I wonder if the Ursa is meeting much success, so far everyone I talk with about the camera dislikes the weight intensely.
Good camera but it's interesting how a couple of things like screen placement and weight can be an instant deal breaker.