RED To Show First 4K Images at IBC

Just received an email from RED stating that they are on track to show 4K images at IBC. For those of you that are not familiar with RED, they are making an affordable digital cinema/HD camera from scratch. This will be the first images that anyone outside the company (supposedly) has seen from the camera. There has been a lot of speculation about the RED camera and its validity.

Hello Fellow RED enthusiasts,

You are receiving this email because you either scanned your badge at NAB in April, or have signed up to receive more information from RED. This has been the first official letter from the RED team since that scanning and sign up process began (because we hate spam as much as you do, and there has been quite a lot of press tracking the RED project since NAB, so we figured you have a pretty good sense of what’s been going on with us. Plus we’ve been pretty busy around here building a Camera.

As many of you know the IBC show in Amsterdam is just around the corner, and it looks as if we will be hitting our targets of showing the first images from the Mysterium® sensor.

For those of you attending IBC, there will be various screenings of our first 4k images at IBC in the D-Cinema Theater, on the 4K Digital projector. Show times are as follows:

Friday, September 8th
@ 16:30 (4:30pm)
@ 17:00 (5pm)
@ 17:30 (5:30pm)
Saturday, September 9th
@ 11:00 (4:30pm)
@ 11:30 (5pm)
@ 12:00 (5:30pm)
@ 12:30 (6pm)

We hope that a lot of you are planning on coming to the show in Amsterdam. For those of you not making the trek to IBC, please check our RED.COM website on 9/9 for updates on some of what we will show at IBC.

Thank you for all the continued support, enthusiasm and excitement about the RED project.

+ Ted

Ted Schilowitz
Leader of the Rebellion

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~ by jpicune on August 28, 2006.

One Response to “RED To Show First 4K Images at IBC”

  1. Dave

    Interesting topic… I’m working in this industry myself and I don’t agree about this in 100%, but I added your page to my bookmarks and hope to see more interesting articles in the future

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