1. REDmote


    from RED Digital Cinema / Added

    30.7K Plays / / 9 Comments

    REDmote pairing, operation, and range are all covered in this video tutorial, giving you an in-depth look at one of our most sophisticated modules. Discover just how far your REDmote can take you – and how far you can take your REDmote. No golf cart or skateboard required. To purchase or learn more about the REDmote, please visit http://www.red.com/store/products/redmote More learn articles and videos can be found at http://www.red.com/learn

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    • RED Epic verus Panasonic GH2


      from Philip Coltart / Added

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      This is a somewhat David and Goliath story. It is safe to say that a GH2 does not belong on a film set but with some care and stable hacking, this little cam does what it does. I was extremely careful conducting these tests. Every shot was focus assisted, all apertures matched and each cam was on its highest setting. No effects were added or taken away. White balance was adjusted and so were the levels to match each other. Please leave constructive comments. This is an evolving industry full of challengers, large and small, old and new. Feel free to visit some of our work at www.saratogaweddingvideo.com Thank you.

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      • REDMOTE Controller


        from Gates Underwater Products / Added

        1,845 Plays / / 6 Comments

        Like all Gates products, the REDMOTE Controller is designed for reliability, ease of use, and most importantly successful underwater imaging. But sometimes we make stuff that is just plain cool, too.

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        • RED Epic at IBC 2010


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          Filmlive once again spoke to Ted Schilowitz of RED Digital Cinema, this time about the all new RED EPIC camera! At IBC 2010 The name is not an overstatement. The much anticipated addition to the RED family is the answer to the professional's wildest dreams and exists as the most sophisticated and capable camera ever engineered and built. In a package one third the size of a RED ONE, resides a 5K Mysterium-X™ sensor and a 27 layer ASIC, the most advanced processor of its type in the world, enabling EPIC to capture up to 120 frames per second, each frame at full 14MP resolution. EPIC is engineered to be a DSMC™ (Digital Still & Motion Camera), a camera that excels in both worlds ... by design. Providing native dynamic range of over 13 stops and resolution that exceeds 35 mm motion picture film, this is the camera of the epoch. Add to that RED's newly developed HDRx™ extended dynamic range technology and EPIC boasts an amazing dynamic range of up to 18 stops. Purpose-built for perfect multi-camera synchronization, EPIC comes to market at a time when 3D capture requires the sophistication of a new generation of innovative technology. EPIC, very simply, is epic. Find out more at www.red.com/products/epic Brought to you by www.filmlive.tv

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          • RED EPIC M at IBC 2010 First Look


            from Anthony Cabula / Added

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            RED EPIC and Ted Schilowitz Body + Red Prime Lens + REDMOTE + CF Module + RED Handle + LCD Touch Screen Filmed with a Canon EOS 550D (Rebel T2i / Digital Kiss X4) http://www.flickr.com/photos/anthony_cabula/sets/72157624938130228/ I want a Scarlet X :)

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