Update : Camera is sold.
I have decided to sell one of my Red cameras. This camera is a great camera that has had very low usage time – only 120 hours on the sensor. It’s a great dependable camera that produces great images time after time. It is fitted with the interchangeable OLPF. It also comes with both a Red Pro I/O and A-Box so you can scale it up or down to suit your production needs.
With both Titanium PL Mount and Titanium Canon Mount you can run an awesome amount of lenses on this great camera.
I want $23,000 excl. GST ($25,300 incl. GST) and will provide a Tax Invoice.
This RED Epic Dragon with heaps of accessories is up for sale. All items purchased brand new by myself. It is a Fully kitted production package in excellent condition, ready to shoot. Minimal signs of wear, very low operation hours.
Used primarily on TVC’s. Never dry hired.
Sensor Hours: 120
Inspection can be arranged.
Please contact me for any queries or offers.
1 x Epic Dragon 6K Camera Body
1 x Pro I/O Module
1 x DSMC Titanium PL Mount
1 x DSMC Titanium Canon Mount
1 x DSMC 1.8” SSD Side Module
1 x DSMC Side Handle (w/ hard case)
1 x Redmote (w/ hard case)
1 x Skin Tone Highlight OLPF
1 x Low Light OLPF (w/ protective case)
1 x Viewfactor IDX V-lock Battery plate
1 x Pro Battery Module (Quad)
1 x Module Adaptor
1 x Wooden Camera A-Box
1 x Viewfactor Origo Remote Start/Stop
2 x Olympus Scratch mics (ME52’s)
1 x Top Plate
1 x Shoulder mount
1 x Top handle
1 x Red Handle – Right (19mm with 15mm adaptor)
1 x Bottom Spacer Plate
1 x Lightweight 15mm Adaptor
1 x Element Technica Studio 15mm Bridge Plate & Dovetail
2 x Stainless Steel Rods – 30cm
1 x Red Sidewinder
1 x Bomb EVF LCOS (w/ hard case)
1 x Red Pro 5.0” Touch Screen Monitor (w/ soft bag)
1 x DSMC Top Mount (Adjustable)
1 x Spinner EVF Mount
5 x EVF/LCD Cables
2 x 128GB 1.8″ SSD Redmags (w/ hard cases)
1 x 256GB 1.8” SSD Redmag (w/ hard case)
1 x Redmag Stations 1.8″ USB2 / esata
1 x Redmag Stations 1.8″ USB3
4 x Redvolt Batteries (w/ hard case)
2 x Redvolt Batteries
1 x Redvolt Quad Charger
2 x Redvolt Travel Chargers
3 x Power Cables
1 x AC Adapter (Epic AC Power)
1 x 2B-TO-1B Power Adapter Cable
1 x Kangaroo Soft Camera Case
1 x Pelican 1600 Case
1 Red Camera body case
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While having all the gear you will need on set is always that best option, Gear does not make the cameraman, the cameraman makes the gear. Don’t forget Gear is good, but vision, know-how and creativity is better.
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Here are a few tips to help you get great results!
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