RED launches its newest camera product, the V-Raptor ST camera. The V-Raptor ST is a camera that can shoot 8K video but can still shoot at high speeds. And this camera is also RED’s first camera in the DSMC3 line. The V-Raptor ST camera is equipped with a 35.4MP 8K VV CMOS sensor. Measuring a diagonal of 46.31mm, this multi-format 8K sensor is larger than a standard 35mm full-frame sensor. V-Raptor ST claims this sensor has a dynamic range of more than 17 stops.
This camera can record the RED 16-bit REDCODE RAW codec at 8K resolution at 120fps (17:9), 4K at 240fps (17:9), and 2K 480fps (17:9). This high resolution and frame rate support certainly gives editors extra flexibility in post-production. RED V-Raptor ST. RED is equipped with a Canon RF lens mount, which means it is compatible with Canon RF lenses whose ecosystem is getting stronger and supports Canon EF lenses with compatible adapters.
V-Raptor ST camera design. The RED is made of aluminium alloy and has a 1/4 inch mount drilled throughout. On the back of the body, there is an SDI output. And on the left side, there is a port for storage. The V-Raptor ST uses a standard CFexpress card like the Komodo.
Price camera RED V-Raptor ST
On the side, there is a small internal screen for camera operation, but for video preview, it is necessary to use an external screen. The camera can send a 1080p feed wirelessly over a WiFi network to an external monitor. Users can also control the camera and get a live preview from their Android or iOS smartphone using the RED Control app.
For the price, the RED V-Raptor ST retails for US$24,500 for the body only with a power adapter to run the camera from a power source. Meanwhile, the complete starter pack is priced at US$29,580 and includes a 7-inch DSMC3 RED Touch LCD, RED PRO CFexpress 660GB card, RED CFexpress card reader, 2x REVOLT MICRO-V battery pack, RED battery charger, 2x V-Raptor wing. Grip, and the RED EXT-to-Timecode Cable.
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