Red Digital Cinema will be showcasing its 6k Red Dragon sensor for the first time at the Broadcast Production and Post Forum.
The 6K Red Dragon sensor boasts over 19 megapixels, a new colour science and a higher dynamic range. The Dragon sensor takes both Epic and Scarlet to the next level – blurring the line between motion and still cameras, solidifying Reds continuing success to revolutionise the world of digital still and motion cameras.
Red Epic cameras are currently being used extensively by the BBC Natural History Unit and were used to film ‘Wild Brazil’ which aired earlier this year as well as much of ‘Hidden Kingdoms’. Dragon and 4K footage from BBC NHU projects will be shown on the Red stand at the event.
Plus Bang Goes The Theory’s Liz Bonnin, Springwatch’s Martin Hughes-Games, DoP/adventure filmmaker Ian Burton, presenter Doug Allan, producer Ben Roy and DoP Robin Cox make up the extensive Natural History panel at the event where they will share stories of shooting in the wild and tips and tricks on making the best adventure programming.
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