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…]
If the RED Scarlet was your dream camera but just out of your reach, you might want to take a look at this deal. While they last, RED is selling several Scarlets for only $7100, which is a significant reduction from the standard $11,900 price point. [click to continue…]
RED’s new Meizler Module features wireless video, audio and timecode transmission, as well as a number of connection options. Additionally, the Meizler Module allows you to use the the REDsync iOS app to control the Scarlet and Epic. [click to continue…]
RED has announced the Epic-M Monochrome cinema camera, a black & white camera that runs $42,000 for the body only. [click to continue…]
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.
The above video shows off some of the real world potential of Thunderbolt. With the combination of a RED Rocket card and a Sonnet PCIe expansion chassis, even a little MacBook Air can chew through 4K RED footage at full resolution.
It was good to see some Thunderbolt products at CES 2012 finally starting to trickle into the market. See coverage for LaCie, G-Tech and Western Digital for other Thunderbolt devices.