Touted by the likes of Peter Jackson and James Cameron, the Epic was used to film "The Hobbit," and "The Amazing Spider-Man."
The EPIC is the newest camera produced by Red Digital Cinema. Two-thirds smaller in size than the Red One, and weighing in at 5lbs, the EPIC boasts a 5k Mysterium-X™ sensor and the most advanced image processor of its type in the world.
To make sure you don't miss a millisecond of the action, it also shoots up to a screaming 300 frames per second. Check out this video we shot demonstrating EPIC's high-speed capabilities:View Epic High-Speed Demo
The camera has a dynamic range of 13.5 stops, with up to 18 stops in the new HDRx™ mode. In this mode, the camera captures two simultaneous images of identical resolution and frame rate, but at different shutter angles. One protects your highlights; the other protects your shadows. The result is footage of incredible dynamic range. Check out some test footage we shot using the HDRx mode below:View Epic HDRx™ Demo
The camera features a number of ways to moderate and control various settings and levels. It comes with a 5.0" touchscreen monitor, which has a very intuitive graphic user interface. Additionally you can control the camera with a REDmote (a proprietary controller that can be docked or wirelessly operated), as well as the DSMC side handle.
The camera records to SSD solid state digital media, which come in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities. The form factor of the camera makes it great also for shooting 3D and any lightweight configuration.
Daufenbach Camera is proud to offer arguably the best digital cinema camera on the market.