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The Red One ultrahigh-definition camera gave us the next bit of proof of its viability, with the Red Digital Cinema company releasing its first official demo footage on the company's website. It's not the full 4K footage allegedly shot by the Red One and shown at the IBC convention in Amsterdam last month, but this is the first officially-released video from the company's Mysterium image sensor.

It's a slow-downloading 100MB file, and it's just 1K resolution—hardly even high-def yet—but still, it's something. Looks like those burglars really didn't get their hands on the good stuff last week.


Anyway, if Red Digital Cinema can actually deliver this 4K camera for $17.5K, I'm pumped.


Product Page [Red Digital Cinema, via DV Guru]