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    A naked pour from an EM6910....

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    Have a look at this video....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5ASda3wQrs

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    Re: A naked pour from an EM6910....

    Eh, while it looks nice I think Ill pass on the 60 second pour!


    Java "Looks arent everything!" phile

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    Re: A naked pour from an EM6910....

    the video appeared to be running on slo-mo, so I dont think its actually pouring that slowly.

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    Re: A naked pour from an EM6910....

    It was done using a very high speed video camera. Ive seen more of these that Sunbeam have done (not on Youtube) and the camera work is stunning... wouldnt want to be in the same room with all the high power lighting - very hot!!

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    Re: A naked pour from an EM6910....

    That looks like the raw footage that makes up part of their new TV ad. They played it here last week some time. When I saw it my first thought was "Sunbeam now include a naked PF?"

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    Re: A naked pour from an EM6910....

    Mmmm,

    I could easily do a Homer Simpson with this pour and just let it go straight down the hatch direct from the PF ;) ;D

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    Re: A naked pour from an EM6910....

    Quote Originally Posted by Mal link=1193619245/0#5 date=1193638798
    Mmmm,

    I could easily do a Homer Simpson with this pour and just let it go straight down the hatch direct from the PF ;) ;D

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    Sunbeam cafe series slow-motion ad

    Anyone seen this?

    I saw this ad while gf was watching her crap TV (Aus. Idol) and I was unboxing my new convection benchtop oven to be used as a roaster.

    As ads go I was really impressed, it looked so lovely. I couldnt find it on the site, but found some other interesting stuff.

    Missed out on this free grinder promotion, if I was in the market for an EM6910 this would have been good
    http://www.sunbeam.com.au/product_documents/Grinder_Entry.pdf

    Recognition at IF product design awards 2007
    http://www.sunbeam.com.au/media/media_release.cfm?media_id=122&home_id=1

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    Re: Sunbeam cafe series slow-motion ad

    yeah, per this thread.

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    Yes it looks great but how long was the pour?

    The counter on the video shows:
    01:22:16:00
    to
    01:24:12:19

    the last digits are 0-20
    the next from the right is 0-60

    Hours, minutes, seconds and 1/20ths?
    Or is it just a frame number?


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    Re: A naked pour from an EM6910....

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1193619245/0#7 date=1193729494
    Yes it looks great but how long was the pour?

    The counter on the video shows:
    01:22:16:00
    to
    01:24:12:19

    the last digits are 0-20
    the next from the right is 0-60

    Hours, minutes, seconds and 1/20ths?
    Or is it just a frame number?
    Yeah, it looks like time code alright. Id be surprised if that was TC out of the camera though as there is no way that pour took 2 minutes to finish. Im no cinematographer, but that looks like 2-2.5x over crank to me which at my best guess means an extraction time more around the 30-35 second mark.

    It fits the segment length though so is probably a TC display from the post/edit system. I could be wrong though!

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    Re: A naked pour from an EM6910....

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt King link=1193619245/0#4 date=1193633941
    That looks like the raw footage that makes up part of their new TV ad. They played it here last week some time. When I saw it my first thought was "Sunbeam now include a naked PF?"
    I saw the ad last night.

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    Re: Sunbeam cafe series slow-motion ad

    Yeah, good looking ad.

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    Re: Sunbeam cafe series slow-motion ad

    oh that is liquid sex... ask me up for some any night :)

    edit: 100th post! *runs down pitch waving his rotisserie skewer up in the air at the CS crowd with colander helmet off head in other hand*

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    Re: Sunbeam cafe series slow-motion ad

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    Just saw this on television - what a fantastic ad.

    Beautifully done and it deserves an award.

    It could almost convince me to buy a 6910.



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