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the old news about the red one epic camera
Posted On 03/30/2009 08:13:09

RED is really going all out at NAB this year. In addition to that Scarlet 3K "pocket" camera, the RED ONE is getting seriously one-upped by the new top-of-the-line RED EPIC. This 5K camera has a full-frame S35mm Mysterium X sensor, and pretty much matches 35mm film resolution -- RED ONE topped out at 4K. FPS is limited to 100, which is to be expected with all those pixels to handle, but other features match that of other RED cams. Of course, the promise of the RED ONE "rendering obsolescence obsolete" has been slightly trampled by EPIC, but the good news is that RED will allow ONE customers to trade in their cameras for a full $17,500 credit towards the EPIC when it ships in 2009. Price? About $30,000.

Everything. RED’s world-class sensor development program made several huge breakthroughs, allowing resolution performance and read-reset times thought to be virtually impossible when EPIC was originally conceived. It became immediately obvious that by developing EPIC as a modular, component-based, building block concept, that the company’s ethos of Obsolescence Obsolete could be taken to a higher plane, offering a product that could be upgraded indefinitely by simply switching out the sensor/electronics package, while keeping all of the peripheral parts of the camera intact. Announced on November 13th, 2008, the NEW EPIC concept revolutionized camera design. Modularity would be the key, with all modules interchangeable and compatible with all current and future camera body designs. Instead of a single 5K camera body with integrated I/O and power/finder solutions, EPIC would become four individual bodies, or “Brains”, ranging from 5K to 28K, and almost infinitely configurable.

EPIC’s four models include EPIC S35 5K PRO CINEMA, EPIC FF35 6K PRO CINEMA, EPIC 645 9K PRO and EPIC 617 28K PRO.


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    A great new mattebox for the red one camera
    Posted On 03/30/2009 07:45:03

    microMatteBox Bundle for Red One camera

    The microMatteBox Bundle for Red One camera is a special configuration for Red One cameras. The Red Bundle upgrades the swing-away arm to a 19mm/15mm studio offset combination arm, and adds a complete flag kit for additional light and flare management. It comes with everything you need to help control light and flare using a matte box, flags, and filters, and can be upgraded later with additional filter stages, 15mm lightweight swing-away arm, or a hard case with fitted foam. Rubber donuts provide a flexible method of fitting your lenses to the microMatteBox to prevent light leaks. The microMatteBox Bundle for Red One camera includes:
    • microMatteBox wide format shade
    • Combination 19mm/15mm studio offset swing-away arm (rods and baseplate not included)
    • 2 rotating filter stages (additional stages can be added in 1 stage increments)
    • 2 dual-purpose filter trays, supporting 4x4 and 4x5.65” filter sizes
    • 4 rubber donuts
    • wide screen interchangeable matte
    • microMatteBox flag mounting hardware
    • Top eyebrow (French flag)
    • 2 adjustable side wings
    • video tutorials for mattebox configuration and use
    The microMatteBox does not come with filters. The microMatteBox comes with your choice of accent colors in Redrock blue, black, or red, as pictured below:
    Notes

    • This microMatteBox Bundle requires 19mm or 15mm studio offset support system for attaching to your system.
    • Filters are not included, but are offered as an add-on accessory. See Related Items below

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    Epic camera, red one camera, scarlet camera tips and tricks
    Posted On 03/30/2009 07:43:22

    Here are some great tutorials on using the RED One Camera.  If you are renting or buying here is a good place to get started.

    I wanted to give you guys a heads up that my website WonderHowTo.com has teamed up with IndieRentals and have created a complete tutorial of how-to videos for the RED ONE camera.

    This red one camera is amazing! We are looking for feedback on our videos and some suggestions on additional how-to's you guys would like to see with the RED ONE camera in the future.

    Here is the link to the playlist of the 11 videos currently created:
    http://www.wonderhowto.com/community/member/mikegoedecke/playlists/learn-the-red-one-camera/

    They are great videos and will help get you started or maybe even learn something new.  Hopefully they will be putting up some new videos about the epic camera and the new Scarlet camera.


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    Breaking news about the Scarlet and EpicScarlet
    Posted On 03/25/2009 22:19:48

    RED previews Scarlet, EPIC systems and Pro lenses

    RED has provided a few sneak peeks of its upcoming Digital Still and Motion Camera(DSMC) systems, EPIC and Scarlet, along with the new Pro series of lenses. The EPIC and Scarlet "brains" can be configured with a wide variety of options and accessories, each built upon the Mysterium-X and Mysterium Monstro sensors capable of resolutions well beyond standard 1080pHD.

    Scarlet can be used to shoot 3K at 120 frames per second, while also supporting up to 6K at 30 frames per second, with different lens mount options including Canon and Nikon.

    EPIC offers "master professional" shooting of 5K at 100 frames per second, 9K at 50 frames per second and all the way up to an astounding 28K at 25 frames per second, while stills can be captured with resolutions up to 261 megapixels.

    The new Pro series of ultra-high-end components will include an 18-85mm T2.9 zoom, with prime lenses ranging from a 300mm T2.9 to a 25mm T1.9. The Pro program features all newly designed, machined accessories with a number of new base plates, top and bottom mounts, BombEVF and more. 

    "The bench testing is beyond our widest dreams," said the company's leader, Jim Jannard. "As you know, we have lots of lenses here for testing. These new primes outperform them all... especially wide open... and it isn't close."

    The company had anticipated the first Scarlet devices to begin shipping sometime this spring, while the EPIC systems would hit the market later in the summer. Pricing for Scarlet should range between $2,500 to $12,000, while basic EPIC configurations carry prices from $28,000 to $55,000. Pricing and a timetable for the Pro lenses has yet to be announced. [
    via Engadget]

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    red one stills
    Posted On 02/22/2009 03:43:31

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    Red One FAQ
    Posted On 01/22/2009 06:47:16

    Some FAQ answers


    What are the specs for the RED One Camera Audio?  What is the deal with the old and new boards?


    They are changing out the old audio boards for new ones on all the cameras but this will not include 5 channels.  But it will mean that there is no noise or hiss when phantom power is used.



    Should I stay with a tried and true camera like the Sony Z1 for workflow and usability reasons or should I shoot my next project with a RED One


    Depending on how long the project is and how good you are with figuring out workflows.  (Despite what others are saying) you can get great but not perfect footage off of a RED and edit pretty quickly with only a step or two.  I have a RED and a Z1 and there is no comparison.  I can easily tell the difference at SD and at HD they are night and day to my eyes.  No fake sharpening only real resolution.  The Depth of Field is obviously a great help in storytelling and the Dynamic Latitude makes it much easier to use.  You will need more light, but it is well worth it.

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