Red Digital Cinema To Showcase Dragon Faamily At Broadcastasia 2015


RED will be showcasing the 6K RED DRAGON® sensor, as well as the latest product innovations and technologies

Last Updated: May 21, 2015 10:37 pm GMT
(Irvine, CA--May 21, 2015) RED Digital Cinema is returning to the BroadcastAsia Exhibition in Singapore from June 2nd–5th, 2015. Located at Booth #4B3-01, RED will be showcasing the performance and versatility of the 6K RED DRAGON® sensor, as well as the latest product innovations and technologies.

Attendees at BroadcastAsia will be able to see the highly anticipated WEAPON®—the latest digital camera to be added to the RED DRAGON sensor family. WEAPON is RED’s smallest and most lightweight camera BRAIN® ever and includes new features such as workflow enhancements, cable-free and intuitive peripherals, integrated mountings, and more. Boasting amazing color science and dynamic range, the 19 megapixel RED DRAGON sensor continues to reinforce that whether you are a photographer, cinematographer, or broadcaster—RED has you covered.

The RED booth will have live demonstrations throughout the event to showcase RED’s intuitive workflow. Visitors will get a behind the scenes look at RED’s customizable broadcast solutions—offering a live 4K signal while capturing 6K R3D masters—as well as dedicated stills-from-motion workflow demonstrations.

Following BroadcastAsia, RED will be hosting REDucation in conjunction with AV8 Media from June 6th – June 8th in Singapore—followed by a joint REDucation with New York Film Academy in Sydney, Australia on June 22nd – June 24th. Offering a fully immersive training environment, REDucation provides on set and post production experience using the EPIC MYSTERIUM-X and EPIC DRAGON camera systems. Taught by industry-leading professionals, REDucation is tailored for all skill levels—from students to working professionals. For more information, visit

About RED Digital Cinema

In 2006, RED Digital Cinema began a revolution with the 4K RED ONE® digital camera. By 2008, the camera that changed cinema also began to change the world of stills. The same camera being used to shoot features like "The Hobbit" trilogy and "Gone Girl" - as well as the Emmy-winning "House of Cards" - was being used to shoot covers for magazines such as "Vogue". In 2014, RED began providing a broadcast solution allowing streaming, live 4K while recording 6K R3D RAW masters. Visit for more information.

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