by Sebastian Wöber | 10th July 2012
EOSHD reports about new samples of the Chinese KineRAW cinema camera. A probably more affordable alternative to the Arri Alexa that looks equally if not more bulky and also records at 12bit 2K RAW.
by Sebastian Wöber | 4th May 2012
by Sebastian Wöber | 23rd April 2012
by Sebastian Wöber | 2nd April 2012
The RED Scarlet-X 4K camera isn’t naked anymore
Individuals and companies who took the chance to buy the RED Scarlet-X early could either cover the rear pins on the camera with an accessory like the Redmote (controls camera functions wirelessly) or leave these pins exposed. Many weren’t comfortable with that thought and asked for a rear cover to protect the back of their precious 4K film device from dust and weather.
by Sebastian Wöber | 22nd March 2012
This is a comparison of image detail between the new Canon 5D mark III, 7D and RED Scarlet-X @4K and @2KRead more
by Sebastian Wöber | 13th March 2012
Written by Mike Palermo
by Sebastian Wöber | 8th March 2012
Some time has passed since we’ve started looking for a useful Scarlet-X rig. If you’re serious about working with a camera like the RED Scarlet-X or the Canon C300 you’re in need of a rig that will fully support and make use of the ergonomics of the short form factor that you know from HDSLR.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 11th January 2012
When we had our first 1 day no-budget Scarlet-X shoot two weeks ago (see short and field report here) we bumped into one major problem: Backing up the data on this MacBook Pro via FW800 just took too long (30 minutes for a 64GB card) and we ended up not having a second backup (!).
This is a situation you simply can’t have. If that backup dies the work (and money) that went into that shooting day dies with it.