Category Archives: Red

RED announced a black and white Epic cinema camera

RED’s CEO Jarred Land announced a black and white version of their Epic cinema camera. The Mysterium-X specs are: Newly Developed Mysterium-X Monochrome Sensor Native ASA 2000 Increased net resolution (Removal of the debayer process, so every single individual pixel is used for luminance / image data) New Low Pass Filter with to accomodate the […]

RED black and white Epic cinema camera
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Quick 2012 NAB Show recap

The talk of the NAB show this year is the new Blackmagic cinema camera (priced at $3000): “Blackmagic Cinema Camera features an amazing 2.5K image sensor with a wide 13 stops of dynamic range for a true digital film camera. You get a built-in SSD recorder, popular open standard uncompressed RAW and compressed file formats, compatibility with […]

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Red Scarlet-X explained

If you were curious about the Red Scarlet-X, watch this two parts video from Cinema5d that explains the basic camera setup and operation:

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What else is new?

Quick update on some interesting links from the last few days of 2012: Kodak agrees to sell its gelatin business to raise cash (source), loses third director in a week (source): “Kodak is selling the Eastman Gelatine business to Rousselot, a division of the Vion Food Group. Terms were not disclosed. Eastman Gelatine produces gelatin […]

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What else is new? (Fujifilm X-S1 and more)

The previously leaked Fujifilm X-S1 camera is now officially announced and priced at £699 – check out the officially website and  sample images. Fujifilm X-S1 key features: High quality Fujinon 26x optical zoom covering 24-624mm (35mm equivalent) with Intelligent Digital Zoom boosting range up to 1248mm Superb build quality and finish with rubberised coating and metal dials 12 megapixel […]

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Red Scarlet takes 12 seconds to startup

The RED Scarlet camera takes 12 seconds to startup (using beta build 2.0.2): Via Tonaci

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RED announces the “new” Scarlet X camera

The cinema madness continues today – after Lomography and Canon, RED also announced their “new” Scarlet X camera. Red’s website is now back online apparently under attack, so TechCrunch made the announcement for them few minutes ago: completely redone design and capabilities will sell for $9750 and will be shipping as early as November 17th 4k video: […]

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