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RED: Know the Workflow
Applied Electronics and RED Digital Cinema sync-up to showcase the RED Gemini 5K and RED Monstro 8K cameras in Toronto.
Toronto's community of enthusiastic RED Digital Cinema camera users came together on August 22, 2018 for an evening of learning and exploring the features of the new RED Gemini 5K and RED Monstro 8K cameras. RED experts shared exclusive insights into the application of RED's entire RAW workflow process, from digital acquisition through to post production.
Special guest, Graeme Nattress — RED's Problem Solver/Motion Pictures & Film Consultant involved with developing RED's algorithms — gave an exclusive presentation and provided deep technical insights into the RED workflow, which was very well received by attendees. He conducted an open Q&A session to address specific topics of interest to the Toronto's RED users present.
Attendees got a chance to get up close and personal with the new GEMINI 5K and MONSTRO 8K cameras, as RED's Squad Sergeant, Andrew Aniceto, was on-site to run through the new features of the new camera with the group.
Applied Electronics also provided camera accessories for new RED cameras, including Fujinon and Canon lenses, as well as Anton Bauer batteries, Sachtler tripods with Oconnor fluid heads, and Litepanel Gemini LED lights, from Vitec Production Solutions.
Five lucky winners also won custom RED TORONTO Sidewinders.
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