Fletcher Camera Comparison Chart 2013

June 13th, 2013
Fletcher Camera Comparison Chart 2013

The US-based film and digital camera based rental house(s) Fletcher have released very helpful comparison charts of current camera models for a good while now – and now they have just updated it for all current cameras. It’s extremely helpful if you look at cameras like this purely for the specs, because it really allows you to see every feature side-by-side and assess it.

Click here to be taken to Fletcher’s site or click here to head for the comparison chart PDF directly.

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Raphael Wood
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June 13th, 2013

I don’t understand..
There’s so much information that is wrong in these charts. Even just the specs.

Raphael Wood
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June 14th, 2013
Reply to  Nino Leitner

The Red Epic/Scarlet for starters, they´re 16bit, only the Red One is 12bit. Same goes for latitude, the Epic/Scarlet is 13.5, the Red One on the other hand is 11.9(12). I’m not even looking at whatever Red says about it since they tend to embezzle their products, these are my conclusions based on real life experience. Maybe they got confused and added the Red One specs by mistake?
Continuing, the Sony F65 also films 4k, it isn’t mentioned. The Alexa has 15+ stops of latitude.. It’s small details, I exaggerated a little when saying it’s “so much” wrong information but it does have some details that don’t really coincide with fact. Also, not sure how they got those numbers but even for an average I still find that daily rental really outdated, I mean, some of these cameras I’ve seen rented for those prices fully geared instead of body only, big difference. Sorry for the rant mate, I just tend to notice the little things.

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