by Richard Lackey | 9th June 2016
Last week I introduced a fantastic new tool called REDCamAssist from Phil Holland on his site PHFX. Well if you found it useful, you’ll love LensData too. Again the PHFX LensData tool is for RED camera users, and it matches up a range of lens types with either RED Dragon or Mysterium-X sensors to produce a useful data sheet of lens data and sensor coverage. If you find yourself wondering what is the maximum resolution a 20mm Ultra Prime will cover on your RED Dragon, this tool will immediately tell you it will cover up to 5.5K WS on the 6K Dragon sensor. The currently listed lenses for PHFX LensData are below: Arri/Zeiss Master Primes Arri/Zeiss Ultra Primes Leica Summilux-C Primes Leice Summicron-C Primes Zeiss Compact Primes Zeiss Compact Zooms Zeiss Otus Primes Zeiss Milvus Primes Schneider Cine-Xenar III Primes Schneider Xenon-FF Primes Cooke 5/i Primes Cooke S4/i Primes Cooke Mini S/4i Primes Vantage One T1 Primes Canon CN-E Primes Luma Tech Illumina S35 Primes RED Pro Primes Arri/Zeiss Master Anamorphic Primes Cooke Anamorphic/i Lenses Zeiss Super Speed MK III Primes Canon K-35 Primes Zeiss Standard Speed Primes Cooke Speed Panchro Primes Panavision Primo Primes XEEN Primes Hanse Inno Tech Celere HS Primes Arri/Zeiss Ultra 16 PrimesRead more
by Jared Abrams | 26th December 2009
Click on Snappy to link to 2K Motion. Here we have Snappy, the delicious looking lobster. Moments before he was placed in a boiling pot of water, he was shot with a Mysterium-X sensor inside a RED One Camera body. Shot at 4.5K Resolution at ISO 800. The 2K motion clip can only be played with ProRes LT codec.Â Click Here For 2K Motion Link.Read more
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