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RED Epic-W Archive
Two weeks ago, RED announced their two new 8K cameras – the Weapon Helium 8K and the Epic-W 8K. Both cameras utilise the California-based camera maker’s latest Helium 8K Super35 sensor with improved resolution, low-light performance, and quite possibly dynamic range. Both cameras have been shipping since
Buying your first RED camera can be a daunting task. Despite the fantastic image and the pedigree of a true and tested digital cinema camera, RED cameras and the whole RED ecosystem can be a bit intimidating at first for those making a giant leap from DSLR
In what was (and still is) one of the biggest days for RED Digital Cinema, after weeks of teasers and sifting through 500+ pages on REDUSER.net just a few hours ago at precisely 11:00 AM PST, RED announced their highly anticipated EPIC-W and Weapon Helium 8K S35
Those of you following our blog on a daily basis have probably read some of my posts about the big day for the RED shooters coming up next week on October 11th. In case you haven’t, go ahead and check out this post here. Despite the fact
You may recall my post from earlier in the week about the upcoming official announcement of the new RED Epic-W 8K camera and upgrade program for existing customers on October 11th, but despite all the “teased” official info, there were quite a few questions remaining to be answered.
In 2 weeks, on October 11th, RED is due to unveil their latest 8K camera – the RED EPIC-W, which is said to feature the company’s latest Helium 8K sensor. In addition, plans will be unveiled for a special upgrade program for existing owners, including those with a