RED Raven Takes Flight

The Raven uses a 8.8 Megapixel RED DRAGON sensor cropped to APS-C.
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Erik Naso reports on his site the exciting, freshly released specs of RED's $6,000 Raven. Highlights:

  • The Raven uses a 8.8 Megapixel REDDRAGON sensor cropped to APS-C.
  • Can record in ProRes (up to 2K) and REDCODE (3:1 compression) at 24fps. Faster frame rates yield more compressed files.
  • Brain only ships for $5950 but you're looking at $4,000 more at the very least to have a configured body, and that's still minus batteries and lenses. 

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