EPIC-M RED DRAGON W/ SIDE SSD (Canon AL) Price & Specs
The EPIC-M RED DRAGON W/ SIDE SSD AND LENS MOUNT is a high-performance, non-production run DSMC camera package designed for professional still and motion image acquisition. Capture 6K images from 1-100 fps and take advantage of an arsenal of features such as wireless remote control (via REDmote), modular design, and expanded dynamic range – without the burden of dealing with a large, bulky system. The DSMC FAN KIT 2.0 (TOP/BOTTOM) comes pre-installed in every EPIC-M DRAGON for quieter, more efficient cooling. Made in the USA.
EPIC-M RED DRAGON is hand-assembled by a dedicated team in California using machined parts utilized in key locations.
Ships after existing Epic-M owners have had opportunity to upgrade.
If you purchase any camera with a RED DRAGON sensor, you may buy a RED ROCKET-X for $4,495. Simply add
RED ROCKET-X to your cart and the discount will be automatically applied.
Every 6K frame is a 19 megapixel RAW image, which is up to 9x more pixels than 1080p HD. The amount of picture detail found in a 6K image goes beyond that of 35mm, comparing only to 65mm in image density. This means more precise VFX plates, reframing flexibility, and less aliasing artifacts and moiré. Even when outputting 6K footage to 4K or HD, your images will be cleaner and crisper compared to those captured at lower resolutions. When it comes to resolution, bigger is better.
16.5+ NATIVE STOPS
RED DRAGON sensors have a native dynamic range of over 16.5+ stops, giving you a huge advantage in challenging lighting conditions. An improved signal-to-noise ratio gives you confidence that your picture quality will be print and cinema ready from ISO 200 to 2000. Less filters, less IR issues, and less noise gives you more opportunities for perfect exposure.
NEW COLOR SCIENCE
Vibrant colors, smoother skin tones, and improved tonal variations are just a few of the advantages of the RED DRAGON color science. Brilliant hues and accurate subtleties stand out in every frame, producing RAW images that are true to life. The next generation of sensor technology requires the next generation of color science.