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RED outs V-Raptor ST flagship cinema camera priced at USD 24,500 (around PHP 1.2 million)

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RED has just announced its newest cinema camera called V-Raptor ST.
RED outs V-Raptor ST flagship cinema camera priced at USD 24,500 (around PHP 1.2 million)
V-Raptor ST Starter Pack

A new high-end cinema camera!

According to the company, the V-Raptor ST is the first member of the company's new DSMC3 generation of cameras. RED is also boasting that it has the best specs among all its cameras today.


In particular, RED's new camera highlights an aluminum body with 1/4-inch mounts. There is a small built-in display for camera operation, SDI outputs at the back, and ports for storage on the side (standard CFexpress cards like Komodo) instead of proprietary cards.
The body of the new camera
The body of the new camera

The highlight of the V-Raptor ST is its 8K VV 35.4 megapixel CMOS sensor with a diagonal size of 46.31 mm. This is larger than the standard 35mm full-frame sensor and it has a dynamic range of over 17 stops, the highest in its range as per RED.

This camera is capable of recording in high resolution and high frame rates at the same time at 8K 120fps, 4K 240fps, and 2K 480fps

It uses an integrated RF mount making it compatible with Canon RF lenses and canon EF lenses if you have an adapter.

For the video preview, you will need an external display. You can also send a 1080p feed via WiFi wirelessly to an external monitor. Using the RED Control app, you can also get a live preview or control the camera from an iOS or Android device.

International price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

RED V-Raptor ST - USD 24,500 (around PHP 1.2 million)

The device is priced at USD 24,500 for the body with a power adapter.

For the starter pack, you will need to shell out USD 29,580 (around PHP 1.47 million). It includes a DSMC3 RED Touch 7-inch LCD, 660GB RED PRO CFexpress card, RED CFexpress card reader, 2x REDVOLT MICRO-V battery packs, RED battery charger, 2x V-Raptor wing grip, and RED EXT-to-Timecode Cable.

Source: RED, Via: GSMArena
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