The RED Digital Cinema welcomes New York Women in Film & Television to an open forum to learn about the line of the RED cameras, share best practices, gain insights, and connect with like-minded industry professionals at the flagship Soho location. RED Digital Cinema is a leading global manufacturer of professional digital cameras and accessories. Representatives from RED and special guests will be on hand for the presentation.
The event will also feature the following stations:
Build: An area to get hands on access and build a camera with the RED modular system.
Acquisition: Small "on set" style set up to see the camera in action.
Workflow: Learn how R3D files integrate with any 4K stills or motion workflow.
About RED Digital Cinema
In 2006, RED Digital Cinema began a revolution with the 4K RED ONE® digital cinema camera. By 2008, the camera that changed cinema also began to change the world of stills. RED’s DSMC® (Digital Still and Motion Camera) system allows the same camera being used to shoot features like The Hobbit trilogy and Gone Girl — as well as the Emmy-winning House of Cards — to also be used to shoot covers for magazines such as Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. In 2014, RED entered the broadcast space with the introduction of the REDCAST™ Module that allows streaming live 4K while recording 6K R3D masters. RED continues to innovate with its recent debut of the newest members of the RED DRAGON family, the RED RAVEN, SCARLET-W and WEAPON cameras. These cameras combine compact and lightweight design with cutting edge performance, and the 6K WEAPON includes an option to upgrade to an 8K sensor at a later date. Additionally, all of these cameras are capable of simultaneous on-board recording of REDCODE RAW and Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR/HD. All RED cameras are built around a modular foundation that gives the flexibility of full customization for each shoot.
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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Last updated: Dec. 2, 2016