FIRST TO 4K. FIRST TO 8K.
RED cameras have operated in outer-space, atop the Himalayas and 6 miles under the sea in the Mariana Trench.
FIRST TO 4K. FIRST TO 8K.
UNLOCK ENDLESS FLEXIBILITY
From the Mariana Trench to Outer-Space
The biggest productions in the world rely on RED to power their productions. The Emmy-nominated 15th season of Deadliest Catch was shot on DSMC2 HELIUM and DSMC2 GEMINI.
RED IS HONORED TO BE A TECHNOLOGY PARTNER WITH THE EMMY-NOMINATED DEADLIEST CATCH. 4 EDIT BAYS TO MANAGE 42,000 HOURS OF RAW FOOTAGE. 157 CREW MEMBERS TRAVELING THROUGHOUT 770,000 SQUARE MILES OF THE BERING SEA AND 4.5 MILLION POUNDS OF CRAB. RED IS IN AWE OF THE UNPARALLELED EFFORT THAT GOES INTO MAKING EVERY SEASON OF DISCOVERY’S DEADLIEST CATCH.
GABRIEL MANN HIKES HARD AND FAST TO LITERALLY PUT HIMSELF INTO THE LINE OF FIRE FOR THE PERFECT SHOT. MANN FREQUENTLY SHOOTS THE US FOREST SERVICE FIREFIGHTERS CALLED HOTSHOTS - A SPECIALIZED TYPE OF ELITE HAND CREW CAPABLE OF SINGLE-HANDEDLY RUNNING A DIVISION ON A MAJOR FIRE. HOTSHOTS RUN MASSIVE FIRING OPERATIONS AND DIRECT HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND AIRCRAFT. "IT’S IMPORTANT THAT THE PUBLIC GETS A CHANCE TO SEE WHAT THE UNSUNG HEROES ARE DOING TO SAVE LIVES AND PROPERTY FROM DESTRUCTION.”
“With a 50,000-acre heater all around me…the camera body got so hot I could cook eggs on it, but I never had a temperature problem, never had a change in image quality, and I only stopped once in 6 hours to swap a brick.” - Gabriel Mann
TY EVANS IS A CINEMATOGRAPHER/DIRECTOR KNOWN FOR PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES OF ACTION SPORTS FILMMAKING. TY MADE A NAME FOR HIMSELF AS A PIONEER WHO INCORPORATED HIGH PRODUCTION VALUE TO SKATEBOARDING VIDEOS AND OVER TIME ESTABLISHED HIMSELF IN THE INDUSTRY AS A TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATOR. TY TRUSTS THE RED CAMERAS TO PUSH HARDER AND GO FURTHER THAN HE CAN EVEN IMAGINE.
For more than 20+ years, Ty Evans has been on the forefront of skateboard filmmaking and creating award-winning and iconic action-sports films and commercials.
PHILIP GROSSMAN IS AN ADVENTURE DOCUMENTARIAN. HE'S TRAVELED THE GLOBE TO THE MOST INHOSPITABLE LOCATIONS INCLUDING CHERNOBYL, BAIKONUR COSMODROME AND SEMIPALATINSK THE HOME OF THE FORMER USSR’S NUCLEAR BOMB TESTING PROGRAM. PHILIP TRUSTS THE RED CAMERA TECHNOLOGY TO DELIVER MOTION AND LARGE PANORAMIC STILLS CAPTURE.
"I’ve traveled around the globe to some of the most inhospitable locations including Chernobyl. I take gear I can trust to capture in an everchanging environment. The HELIUM’s 8K sensor enabled me to capture both motion and large panoramic stills of this nuclear wasteland.” - Philip Grossman
Marcel Melanson is a cinematographer and self-proclaimed gimbal nerd with 20+ years’ experience in broadcast news and vast experience in a diverse array of productions from concept to post. Snow, ice and wind always put the cinematographer to the test. Marcel Melanson shooting #GEMINI5K in -40 degrees traveling from the Arctic Circle, 300 miles along Alaska’s ice roads documenting Kevin Kline’s run to raise funds for childhood cancer research.
“The RED GEMINI--Killin’ it! The RED is not scared of the dark or negative temperatures.”
- Marcel Melanson