What do these dragon images mean?

Published in Technology & Computing

Over the weekend we brought you the first images that were from the new RED Dragon sensor. We thought they looked sensational, and said so, but before everyone (including us) gets carried away, it's worth injecting a note of caution into the frenzy that surrounds this new sensor

Using just a single RED Epic and a simple 75mm master prime… oh, and an old building crammed with actors, dancers, acrobats, complex lighting, technicians, directors, producers and the film crew, this amazingly complex video was captured at 300 fps in a single shot

NAB Rumors...

Published in Business

A major part of the fun of NAB is the swirling vortex of rumors that gathers force in the weeks and days before the show. As a public service, we're bringing you the latest that we've heard, without passing any comment whatsoever

RED is making an early push to be the talk of NAB 2015 by teasing information on its new Weapon Dragon camera in the weeks before the show.

Sharks in 5K

Published in Technology & Computing

Footage from RED's 6K Dragon sensor is starting to appear but let's not forget that 5K is actually pretty good!

Does RED have a secret weapon up its sleeve?

Published in Production

 Does RED have a new camera? The following is all speculation but all the signs are there

It was the camera that broke Cine Gear 2016. Michael Cioni, President of Light Iron and Product Director of the Panavision Millennium DXL, talks to Matt Aindow about the DNA of one of the most spectacular camera launches of 2016.

Here's another chance to read Peter Haas's epic article on when you should use raw. (It's over a year old, so you may find some of the references outdated, but it's still an important read).

RED launches series of must-see tech videos

Published in Business

The popular camera maker highlights not only its tech strengths, but also its community and support prowess through a new educational series on its YouTube page.

The 4K evolution is not about 4K

Published in Business

For consumers, the switch to 4K is inevitable. But the transition may not be as impactful for manufacturers as they hope. Here’s why, and what consumers really want.

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