Red info to come… suffice to say that the Scarlet was announced at an astounding price point with great specs. Red.com is down for maintenance as they update the site.
Read about the Vincent Laforet piece shot on the C300 on his blog
At Video Resources we are all about finding the right solutions for each project. Though we love the RED images and workflow, sometimes other cameras such as a DSLR fit the bill or compliment our RED footage. DSLR is simply shorthand for Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera. More relevant is the video component of these DSLR cameras, which confuses the situation and the naming scheme as you will also see references to HDSLR or VSLR.
Today the most popular cameras in this arena are the Canon 5D, 7D, and the new, reasonably priced 550D/Rebel T2i, the Nikon D90, and Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1. We own Canon 5D and 7D camera systems with various lenses and accessories and find that they suit our needs very well. I will plan a special report on how we use these cameras in our productions, but in summary we use them as primary cameras, but mostly for B-camera and background plate work.
Welcome to Shoot With RED. We just migrated our dedicated RED Camera website, shootwithred.com to Word Press! Check back often in the next few weeks while we migrate some of our older posts and add our take to the exciting news happening in the RED camp. In the meantime, check our Video Resources Inc website for info about our Red packages and other services.
The VRi Crew!
In June 2007, in conjunction with RED and APPLE, Video Resources, Inc. sponsored a seeingRED event and gave Southern California video and film professionals an opportunity to See and Hear about the RED ONE and workflow in HD and 4K.
Ted Schilowitz from RED, presenting to a group of eager, soon to be, enthusiasts for this pioneering camera technology. The photo on the right is of my good friend, Brian Ferguson, giving a personal demo of the camera.