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NASA announced it will produce the first-ever live 4K video stream from space during the 2017 NAB Show. “Reaching for the Stars: Connecting to the Future with NASA and Hollywood” will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 26 in room N249 of the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). America’s space agency is a pioneer in the application of advanced media – including 4K. NASA used the RED EPIC DRAGON to improve the quality of their images captured aboard the International Space Station (ISS). NASA relied on the RED EPIC DRAGON to capture high-resolution footage aboard the International Space Station (ISS). NASA’s Imagery Expert Program Manager, Rodney Grubbs, said, "Using the RED EPIC DRAGON cameras on board the International Space Station for more than two years has helped NASA capture stunning imagery in 6K. Now, we’re looking forward to downlinking live 4K out of the camera from the space station for the first time ever. This opens up a whole new chapter in live broadcasting from the space station, providing a powerful new tool to support science and research. NASA also is excited about using this technology to provide the rest of us here on Earth a way to experience life and work on the world’s only orbiting laboratory in greater detail than ever before.” Those not attending NAB Show can enjoy the live broadcast at https://live.awsevents.com/nasa4k.
Hello guys! I’ll DP soon a new short film. Unluckly the Arri Mini I asked is already out on another production and we'll be shooting with the Epic Dragon and Cooke S4. Most of the film will be handheld and on movi. I wanted to have some insights on a few doubts I have. - apart from the red LCD, I asked a smallHD monitor + BNC cable for the 1st AC so he pulls the focus remote for the whole film. Is that a good way to go? - now, for the director monitor, I’m thinking to use a Teradeck connection so I’ll have the director in a different room for there's no much space. I have never used a teradeck. Can I use it on the Movi, connected to the Epic Dragon? what’s the signal that reaches the director monitor? full HD? (keeping in mind I’m shooting 4K RAW). How’s the set up, do I plug via HDMI the Teradek to the Red? does my SDI output to the 1st AC monitor still work properly? - one side question, I’m shooting in Europe (France). Does a 2.5K HMI already requires a generator? thank you a lot for your inputs :) Stefano
Hello all, I am Ivan from switzerland, this is my first post on the forum. I've been folowing for quite some time now and I am always eager to recieve constructive critic on my work so do not esitate to comment or give your impression, it will be much appreciated. Sharing my latest work, kind of "memory scape" on the city of Venice. One man crew. Shot on Dragon with Lovely LEICA-R Lenses, tripod, slider or hand-held. Thanks for watching :-) http://vimeo.com/129346620
Hi all, this is Calvin from Boston Red Rentals. The company is Boston Red Rentals, located in Boston, Massachusetts, in the States. I've actually been a lurker on here for a while and shoot quite a bit with my own team. However, we are now offering the Red Epic Dragon Rental in the Boston area and would like to let the community here know since we offer the lowest rates in the Boston Area. We believe that price should not limit creativity! We're a company that specializes in renting out the Red Epic Dragon for the lowest price in the Boston Area. In fact, we actually do a price match if you find any legitimate company that publicly advertises their rates for a similar package at a lower price! We have full information regarding our Rental Package on our website at http://Bostonredrentals.com/fo . You can also easily schedule and reserve your Red Epic Dragon from the Website http://Bostonredrentals.com/fo . Our packages include 550+ GB Storage, Red Volt Batteries, EF or PL Mount, 5'' Touchscreen Monitor, DSMC Red Motion Mount, Red Mag Card Reader, Red Mote, and Quad Charger. Add-ons such as Kessler Cranes, Sliders, Zeiss Lenses, Red Pro Zoom Lense, Wireless Transmitters, and even editing equipment are available as well. Boston Red Rentals is open from Mondays through Fridays from 10AM to 6PM, with pick-ups and drop-offs starting from 8AM if given prior notice. We're conveniently located close to the city at: 24 Roland St Boston, Massachusetts 02129 The low price makes this a wonderful opportunity for one-off shoots, shoots that require additional gear, etc. However, we also offer discounts for long term rentals for videographers/companies in the area that would like to leave it. Right now, if you call in at (617) 420-7475 and mention my name, Calvin, and Cinematography.com, I'll help take a special 10% off your first rental, which brings our rental price under $800. Alternatively, you can go ahead and schedule your first rental straight off the website and mention this at another time :) Rentals are often limited due to popularity so we advise scheduling in advance. Thank you for reading and I hope that we will be of use to fellow local or traveling videographers.