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RED Collective: Mammoth HD

Posted 5 days ago

RED Collective: Mammoth HD

With over 150 contributing artists, Mammoth HD has become a unique resource for ultra high definition stock footage and one of the only providers to feature 6K EPIC DRAGON imagery. At the helm of Mammoth HD is Clark Dunbar – a devoted photographer and cinematographer who, when not managing the vast library of footage, is one of the passionate contributors in capturing life’s subtle details and providing a visual resource to the world of Ultra HD.

For the next profile in the RED Collective series, we reveal Clark’s passion for detail and wildlife as he teaches us to “look closer” at our surrounding world.

Clark uses his EPIC DRAGON to shoot motion and pull stills for his personal work. You can check out Clark¹s work as well as the 150 members of his library at

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Oxford Brookes Gets a DRAGON

Posted 6 days ago

3rd Year Student Linda Ludwig Using the EPIC DRAGON

Earlier this year Oxford Brookes University purchased the EPIC RED DRAGON and began integrating it into their Film Studies courses, becoming the first university in the UK to give their students hands-on experience with an EPIC DRAGON.

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RED Dives Into Shark Week

Posted 7 days ago

RED Dives into Shark Week

Last week The Discovery Channel presented their 25th annual Shark Week marathon. Award winning cinematographer Andy Casagrande and world-renowned photographer Michael Muller dominated Discovery’s programming with ultra high-definition video and stills courtesy of their RED EPIC cameras.

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James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenge 3D

Presented by the National Geographic Society, James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenge 3D opened in theaters nationwide last week. Using a RED EPIC MYSTERIUM-X as his primary camera on the Deepsea Challenger – a purpose-built deep-diving submersible – Cameron’s latest documentary takes audiences to the lowest point on the planet.

Cameron’s EPIC MYSTERIUM-X provided him with superior color and detail at his maximum dive depth of nearly 11,000 meters. Even in the harsh, high-pressure conditions the camera was able to stream a live feed from the sub’s forward-facing view-port between Cameron’s knees to a high-definition display in front of his face – all while recording IMAX-quality 5K RAW content.

The EPIC MYSTERIUM-X helped Cameron capture compelling shots of a famous – but largely unexplored – stretch of the ocean floor. To see the results of his dive, and the path that led him there, check out Deepsea Challenge 3D in theaters now.

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The Strain on FX

Depicting a parasitic plague that turns its victims into vampires, The Strain is a mashup of creature feature and procedural drama produced by Guillermo del Toro for FX. The screenplay is adapted from The Strain trilogy, novels co-written by del Toro and American crime fiction writer Chuck Hogan.

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RED BTS: Looks Easy

Posted 25 days ago

RED BTS: Looks Easy

Bryan Elliot, CEO of The GoodBrain Digital Studios, recently introduced a new web series titled Looks Easy on Entrepreneur’s website and YouTube channel. Shot on a kitted EPIC MYSTERIUM-X, Looks Easy showcases the truth behind activities that seem simple when watched from the comfort of home. The second installment launches today and brings in Los Angeles Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson to show how difficult it is to hit a baseball thrown by a major league pitcher. RED went behind the scenes with Elliot and Wilson to get a closer look.

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RED recently celebrated the Grand Opening of our flagship store in the heart of New York City’s SoHo neighborhood. Located at 125 Grand Street, RED’s new building highlights its 150-year history with pieces of its original construction, including two perfect cast iron support arches and red brick facade.

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