The Launch Sequence is a simple how-to video designed to assist new RED camera users with the basics of RED camera operation. This video gives you all of the information you need to build a simple configuration, manage your settings, and record.
In this tutorial you will learn how to:
1. Prepare The Camera
2. Define The Project
3. Expose, Focus, and Record
Download the Launch Sequence PDF for an additional resource. Once you’ve completed this video, be sure to check out all of the product demos and tutorials available on RED.com to build on your RED camera and post-production knowledge.
On October 15th, RED returns to Broadcast India in Mumbai to showcase the 6K motion and 19 megapixel still capabilities of the RED DRAGON® sensor. Located at booth A-105, RED will be highlighting that the DRAGON sensor allows RED to be the one camera that does it all.
Known for pushing boundaries in filmmaking, David Fincher often uses RED camera systems to take his productions beyond industry standards. Using an EPICDRAGON, Fincher shot his newest film, Gone Girl, entirely in 6K—a filmmaking first.
This July, RED announced its collaboration with Sharp and THX for the 2nd annual Art of Amazing 4K Film Competition. The fifteen finalists, selected from a pool of talented filmmakers, will attend the 2014 Mill Valley Film Festival where their 4K short films will be screened and the contest winners announced.
Photographer Ivan Agerton recently spoke with RED about his experience pulling stills-from-motion with the EPICDRAGON. Ivan is a founding member and co-owner of Royal Galactic, a professional photography service for clients worldwide. Ivan’s experience with RED began almost seven years ago when he happened to drive past his current business partner Justin O’Neill, shooting on a RED ONE® from a street corner.
On September 16th RED will visit Photokina for the first time, showcasing the stills-from-motion capabilities of the revolutionary 6K RED DRAGON® sensor. Boasting over 19 megapixels, a new color science and higher dynamic range, the REDDRAGON sensor takes both EPIC and SCARLET to the next level—blurring the line between motion and still cameras.
RED returns to IBC on September 12th to showcase the 6K motion capabilities of the RED DRAGON® sensor. EPICDRAGON and SCARLETDRAGON® will be on display at booth 10.A10 alongside new innovations from RED and a few of our partners.
This September RED will attend IBC, Photokina, and Cinec to showcase the 6K motion and 19 megapixel still capabilities of the RED DRAGON® sensor and other new RED innovations. From broadcast streaming to cinematography and photography, RED will highlight the full capabilities of the DSMC system—one camera for it all.
At this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego, the first official trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies was unveiled. This last installment in the Hobbit trilogy is widely anticipated, and while those in attendance at Comic-Con were treated to a first look, Warner Bros. Pictures released their trailer to the public the following Monday.
Director Peter Jackson employed nearly 50 EPICMYSTERIUM-X cameras simultaneously while on the sets of the Hobbit movies. With the cameras shooting in 5K on tandem 3D rigs at 48 fps, Jackson was able to create true-to-life cinematics from nearly every angle. To see the results for yourself, catch The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, opening nationwide on December 17th.