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RED Hydrogen just 1st step to full 4-View holographic line-up

RED Hydrogen just 1st step to full 4-View holographic line-up

Mainstream phone buyers may be obsessed with the iPhone 8 and Note 8 right now, but it's RED's Hydrogen that has enthusiasts fascinated. The modular Android smartphone may be $1,200 but, in RED terms, that's a drop in the ocean compared to its film cameras that have become the darlings of professional movie-makers. What's really intriguing, though, are RED's plans for holographic video content, a vision in which the Hydrogen One is just one part.

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RED Hydrogen One up close: 5 details we just found out

RED Hydrogen One up close: 5 details we just found out

The first RED-branded smartphone RED Hydrogen One reached the hands of Marques Brownlee this week in prototype form. In a video (embedded below) he presented the device as it is today - still mostly a Beta sort of product. The potential for this product, an apparently very real product, is surprisingly giant. While the pricing might be the most key element, the first RED phone might be a game-changer.

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RED Raven camera kit is a 4.5K instant upgrade at the Apple Store

RED Raven camera kit is a 4.5K instant upgrade at the Apple Store

Apple fan, but want to raise your video game significantly from your iPhone? Cupertino has the camera upgrade for you. Well, that's assuming you have $15k to spare and a tripod handy, since trying to hold the RED RAVEN camera kit outstretched with your arms alone for Snapchat selfies seems a tall order. A new bundle by fan-favorite RED, it's exclusive to the Apple Store.

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RED Hydrogen One promises holographic display on modular smartphone

RED Hydrogen One promises holographic display on modular smartphone

High-end camera manufacturer RED has announced its latest product, the RED Hydrogen One, its first ever smartphone. Described as "the world's first holographic media machine in your pocket," the Hydrogen phone promises not only to capture high-quality images and video, but offer "holographic multi-view" without the need for special glasses. However, it won't come cheap.

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Special edition PRODUCT(RED) iPhone 7, 7 Plus launch later this month

Special edition PRODUCT(RED) iPhone 7, 7 Plus launch later this month

Apple's long-running partnership with (PRODUCT)RED is resulting in a rather big announcement, as Apple today revealed special edition (RED) variants for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. In the past, Apple has supported (PRODUCT)RED through a number of accessory releases, but this is the first time we've received a new iPhone variant through their partnership.

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(RED) Apple grows as new products and Apple Pay fund AIDS research

(RED) Apple grows as new products and Apple Pay fund AIDS research

Apple is marking World AIDS Day with a bevy of new products that also mark its ten year anniversary of partnering with (RED). Four new accessories - including an iPhone 7 Smart Battery Case now available in the appeal's distinctive hue - have been added to the Cupertino company's range ahead of the holidays, while Apple will also donate a portion of Apple Pay transactions to the fund. It's not all digital, mind: Apple Stores across five continents will be running (RED) promotions.

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RED Helium 8K Super 35mm Sensor is part of Michael Bay’s custom camera

RED Helium 8K Super 35mm Sensor is part of Michael Bay’s custom camera

Love him or hate him, Michael Bay gets some of the coolest toys to use for making his movies. One of the cool custom cameras that RED has made specifically for Bay to use on Transformers: the Last Knight is very impressive. The cameras uses a RED Helium 8K Sensor in Super 35mm format. That sensor is known as Helium.

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Red debuts Scarlet-W camera with 5K 60fps & $10K price tag

Red debuts Scarlet-W camera with 5K 60fps & $10K price tag

High-end professional camera maker Red has just announced a new model to their lineup, the Scarlet-W. The 3.5-pound camera boasts of 5K RAW video recording at 60 frames-per-second in widescreen, makes use of Red's Dragon sensor, and comes in a standard or Monochrome variant. Priced at a mere $9,950 for the body, the Scarlet-W is considered an entry-level model in Red's lineup, coming behind the $29,000 6K Epic.

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RED’s new sub-$6k Raven camera can be had drone-ready

RED’s new sub-$6k Raven camera can be had drone-ready

Red is the maker of some very high-end cameras that have bene used to shoot some of the most popular movies in Hollywood, one example is The Hobbit. The company has announced a new camera called the Red Raven and the big feature of this cam is that it has a more modest (for Red) price tag that will make it more accessible to film makers without giant Hollywood budgets.

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Watch an effervescent tablet fizz inside a ball of water in space

Watch an effervescent tablet fizz inside a ball of water in space

In space even, the mundane and boring things we do when we don’t feel so well on Earth are exciting and worth of recording with a super expensive RED 4K camera. If you happen to have a 4K monitor I strongly suggest that you hit up YouTube change the resolution of the video below to 4K and check this out. The video shows a ball of water floating weightlessly in space aboard the ISS.

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RED’s new weapon is WEAPON, a 6K (or 8K) shooter

RED’s new weapon is WEAPON, a 6K (or 8K) shooter

At the National Association of Broadcaster’s show in Las Vegas this week, RED is bringing out a new weapon for their arsenal. No, really, a weapon. The WEAPON is RED’s latest camera from the company that pioneered slightly-affordable, high-end cameras. According to RED, “WEAPON combines optimal color science and dynamic range of the 19 megapixel RED DRAGON® sensor with all new built-in functionality and intuitive design”. RED says WEAPON is their “smallest and most lightweight BRAIN ever.”

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NextVR aims to transform sports entertainment forever

NextVR aims to transform sports entertainment forever

Late last month, the virtual reality specialists at NextVR successfully tested out transmission of an NHL game with Live VR. This means that no matter where you are - just so long as you have an internet connection - you'll be able to watch the game. Not just from whatever perspective the standard camera wishes you to view - but from the perspective of someone who's down in a front-row seat. This week we had a chat with the co-founders of NextVR about how they made headway at a 2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series LA Kings vs. San Jose Sharks Game.

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