IRVINE, CA — At the IBC show in Amsterdam, Red Digital Cinema is highlighting the performance and versatility of its entire 6K Dragon sensor family. The company is displaying its Scarlet Dragon, Red Epic Dragon and the recently-introduced Weapon cameras, showing how each can easily integrate into any shooter’s workflow.
Weapon was introduced at the NAB show last April. It’s the smallest and most lightweight camera brain from the company to date. Constructed with feature enhancements that include simultaneous Redcode RAW and Apple ProRes recording capabilities, built-in 1D and 3D LUT support, cable-free intuitive peripherals, and integrated mountings, Weapon can be used in a range of production environments.
Also on display are Red’s systemized broadcast solution. Enabled for today’s high-definition studio and broadcast applications, Red’s broadcast capabilities extend to tomorrow’s 4K market by enabling shooters to simultaneously stream live in 4K while recording 6K Redcode RAW.
Live demonstrations are being conducted throughout the show to highlight Red’s intuitive workflow, including the Redcine-X post-production process, Adobe Creative Cloud and Final Cut Pro X editing, as well as Avid and the Filmlight BaseLight color grading system.