Visit RedShark and friends in New York on October 17th 2017 - NOW SOLD OUT!

Written by RedShark News Staff

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RedShark is hosting an evening with RED, Zeiss, G-Technology and Atomos at RED's New York Showroom and Studio. 

Update! We're sold out! 

Thanks to everyone who's reserved a place, and really sorry to anyone that's missed out. We sold out in record time but don't worry: we'll be back. And RedShark connect events will be popping up in other places too - just keep an eye on RedShark and we'll let you know. 

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If you’re a filmmaker, videographer, DoP, cinematographer or just someone that loves working with video content, we’d love to invite you to RedShark Connect at RED Digital Cinema’s store and studio in Manhattan.

We’ve teamed up with RED Digital Cinema, Zeiss optics, Atomos monitors/recorders and G-Technology storage to bring you an evening of “best in class” kit that is there for you to play with.

Get help and advice from product specialists, see an awesome demo by award winning cinematographer Eve M Cohen, and network with fellow creatives.

It’s a relaxed evening event with free food and drink to keep your energy levels up while you check out Zeiss’ new CP.3 cine prime lenses, G-Technology’s new Thunderbolt 3 range and Atomos’ new 19” Sumo HDR 4K monitor.

And these amazing products will be set up to use RED’s outstanding range of cinema cameras: you'll be able to try them working together.

By the way, each of these products won a coveted RedShark award at this year's NAB show in April.

They really are the "Best of the Best".

RedShark Connect runs from 7pm - 9pm on Tuesday October 17th at RED Store, 125 Grand Street, New York. Entrance is completely free: just click here to register via Eventbrite. There are limited tickets available - so you'll need to be quick.

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