(Irvine, California--June 4, 2015) RED Digital Cinema is hosting a Grand Opening event on June 13th, 2015 to commemorate the opening of its newest retail store located in Miami, Florida. Situated in the heart of the Wynwood Art District—home to over 70 collections, museums, and galleries—the newly designed space will showcase the latest RED camera innovations and serve as a gallery for works shot on RED.
Scheduled during the monthly Art Walk celebration in Wynwood, the Grand Opening will provide visitors with the opportunity to interact the latest RED innovations as well as to leave their mark on RED’s newest location. Attendees will be encouraged to help decorate the police car in the center of the showroom floor, providing the inspiration for a local artist to turn the car in to a finished work of art that will be used for on site customer demonstrations.
“The Wynwood Art District is the ideal location for our newest RED store,” says RED Digital Cinema President, Jarred Land. “The vibe and art within that area gets the creative juices flowing for everyone – including the local current and future RED shooters. In addition, the location not only allows us to service shooters in the Miami-area, but provides easier RED access to all of the Southeastern US plus Latin America.”
The store features hands-on product demonstrations and offers sales, workflow, and technical support while the gallery will be comprised of high resolution prints that are created from RED’s stills from motion workflow. The stills from motion process allows shooters to easily select their ideal image from footage shot on their RED camera—empowering photographers to capture every moment.
RED Miami Location Information
Address: 72 NW 25th Street, Miami, FL 33127
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm ET
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.
To learn more about RED’s global locations, visit www.red.com/locations