Category Archives: Red

What else is new?

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Ilford opened its first black and white film development lab in the US to meet demand for traditional silver gelatin black and white images. Sony Image Sensor business is booming, see original article. More information available here. Canon looks for opportunities in surveillance as camera growth slows down. Britain’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) to prosecute Olympus […]

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What else is new at the 2013 NAB show?

Blackmagic Production Camera 4K

Blackmagic announced their production 4k camera priced at $4k. The new compact Novo camera takes C-mount lenses and fits int he palm of your hand.

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After the Sony F5 and F55 Cine Alte 4k cameras announcement, RED introduced huge price cuts

After Sony announced their new F5 and F55 Cine Alte 4k cameras two days ago, RED responded with a huge price cut – the new prices are as follow: RED EPIC-M: $24,000 (old price: $39,500) RED EPIC-X: $19,000 (old price: $34,500) RED SCARLET-X: $7,950 (old price: $9,700) RED ONE MX: $4,000 (old price: $25,000) This is what RED’s CEO Jim […]

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RED announced a black and white Epic cinema camera

RED 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 […]

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Quick 2012 NAB Show recap

Blackmagic-Cinema-Camera

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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