Wednesday Jun 22, 2022

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RED Was Once

Working on a

28K Camera. What Happened?

The story tells the tale that in 2005, RED’s founder Jim Jannard left Oakley, the sunglass company he founded, to…
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The story tells the tale that in 2005, RED’s founder Jim Jannard left Oakley, the sunglass company he founded, to create RED, with the goal of creating a digital image sensor worthy of the resolution offered by 35mm film. “Creating buzz about everything they were doing.” To underscore this conclusion, the video points to the failed RED Hydrogen smartphone, which ended up being an over-engineered copy of an existing design, which was meant to whip up the excitement to buy a new camera that would be able to use new features in the future. It was called the RED Mysterium 617 and was announced as a 28K camera sensor that would change the state of the art forever.

All have surpassed film to the point that at the end of the day, pushing a massive image sensor with 28K resolution just….

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