B&H is now stocking a range of RED products, including the RED EPIC-W with Helium 8K sensor for $29,500 and the Scarlet-W with Dragon 5K sensor for $12,500. You can also grab accessories like the RED Mini-Mags and take advantage of B&H’s quick shipping. You can see all of the RED cameras and accessories here at B&H Photo.
B&H now has multiple configurations of the new 27″ iMac with Retina 5K display available for pre-order. While the base model is only $2494, I think the one to get is probably the 4GHz Core i7 with 4GB VRAM and only 8GB RAM for $2999. Then pick up some aftermarket OWC or Crucial RAM for a fraction of what Apple charges. Check out all of the configurations here at B&H Photo.
Alongside new iPads today, Apple announced an impressive new iMac with a 27″ 5K resolution display for a base price of $2499.
The new Retina display iMac has been rumored for quite some time now. It offers the 4x the resolution of the previous 2560 x 1440 resolution panels on the 27″ iMac models. The new display weighs in with an incredible 5120 x 2880 resolution – that’s 14.7 million pixels! [Read more…]
With the new Mac Pro packed with enough power to run three 4K displays at once, it’s reasonable to question where those 4K displays are coming from. While there are a few 4K monitors available now, there are none from Apple. The 27″ LED Cinema Display offers 2560 x 1440 resolution; however, that’s still a far cry from full 4K resolution at 4096 x 2160, or UHD 4K at 3840 x2160.
With the upcoming release of OS X Mavericks, Apple has released a new desktop background available at a resolution 5120 x 2880 – or 4x the resolution of the current 27″ LED Cinema Display. [Read more…]
The New York Times has a video gallery of 14 actors shot as classic screen types. Featured actors include Natalie Portman, Jesse Eisenberg, Matt Damon and Robert Duvall, among others. The project was directed by Solve Sundsbo and shot with RED EPIC and RED ONE cameras. Check it out on the New York Times website.
Last week, RED’s Jim Jannard provided an update to the EPIC’s serious firmware “bug issues” that had adversely affected the production schedule of the ambitious RED ONE followup. The bug has been killed and the production of the EPIC appears to be back on track. [Read more…]