If you're information is correct, it's a very interesting "update". I've seen two NAB 2007 interviews with Ted Schilowitz where he still referred to this upcoming development as a "pocket camera". Where do you hear the change to "compact"?
It would be of interest to a great number of people if this could be confirmed.
My bad guys,
I replayed the web video link I saved from last week and due to a combination of poor audio and vicodin for my recent illness I heard compact when Ted says, "pocket"
I apologize for my mistake.
"Something more integrated that the RED ONE, and about the size and price of an HVX, with 1080p or 2K resolution redcode raw recoding would be awesome."
Size and price yes, but I am pretty sure (as stated before) we will see redcode 4k...4k is one of the biggies in their business plan and to offer 4k for even cheaper, well its yet to be determined but many of us low-indie filmmakers are hoping for it.
To think what Red One will do for the professional's who can afford it, think about the even smaller guys who do all their shooting on an HVX or DVX even...to bring a RED into that playing field would completely change the way how student or first time shorts would look.
In a few short years you'll have first year's complaining that the 4k projection on their first artsy fartsy film noir silent didn't do it justice blah blah blah. I am hoping for that day soon...that is cheap 4k, not more horrible student films!!
Whether "pocket" or "compact", the fact is that they stressed "professional". There are NO professional cameras with fixed lenses, only prosumer ones. I doubt RED will introduce the first fixed lens "professional" camera, rofl. Still, it entertains me to read all the wild predictions yall are makin.
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