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RED has dropped prices on its EPIC, Scarlet and ONE cameras in what seems to be a response to increasing competition in the video markets – although RED tips the reason as lower production costs and improve efficiency.

Here’s how the new pricing breaks down: [click to continue…]

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Red Bull Stratos is a mission to make the highest free-fall jump in history.  Felix Baumgartner will jump from 120,000-feet (22.7 miles) above the earth and it will be captured from a variety of angles.

To make this happen some of the cameras are modified to deal with the extreme cold and some are encased in nitrogen-filled housings.  Among the gear featured in the above BTS video are several RED One cameras, Canon 5D Mark IIs, Canon EF-S 10-22mm lenses (mounted on the RED One’s) and Canon EF 15mm f/2.8 fisheye lenses (mounted on the 5D2′s).

Canon is finally getting a trip to space in spite of NASA’s long history with Nikon.

[via PetaPixel]

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The New York Times has a video gallery of 14 actors shot as classic screen types.  Featured actors include Natalie Portman, Jesse Eisenberg, Matt Damon and Robert Duvall, among others.  The project was directed by Solve Sundsbo and shot with RED EPIC and RED ONE cameras.  Check it out on the New York Times website.

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Last week, RED’s Jim Jannard provided an update to the EPIC’s serious firmware “bug issues” that had adversely affected the production schedule of the ambitious RED ONE followup.  The bug has been killed and the production of the EPIC appears to be back on track. [click to continue…]

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