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Welcome to the Engadget Holiday Gift Guide! The team here is well aware of the heartbreaking difficulties of the seasonal shopping experience, and we want to help you sort through the trash and come up with the treasures this year. Below is today's bevy of hand curated picks, and you can head back t

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Got a spare $25,000 burning a hole in your pocket and a passion for 4K resolution? Then you'll be pleased to know RED's next generation Mysterium X camera is now available to all potential buyers, after initially being released exclusively as an upgrade for RED One owners seven months ago. Just bec

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Got 50k to spend big daddy? Good, then meet Alexa from ARRI, a German company founded in 1917 that just happens to be the world's largest motion picture equipment manufacturer. Alexa is ARRI's answer to the RED ONE digital, so don't be held captive by your consumer-based experience of what a camera

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RED may be busy talking up and showing off its new EPIC-X and Scarlet cameras these days, but it's not about to leave its loyal RED ONE users behind, with it now announcing that they'll be able to upgrade their camera to the new Mysterium-X sensor starting January 22nd.. That's the same sensor that

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Just last week, we heard that Digital Playground was going true blue. Now it's going RED? Yes indeed, the adult film powerhouse has committed to using the 4k RED ONE camera to shoot its future films. Reportedly, the high-resolution camcorder has already been used to capture ten films in the past tw

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RED is really going all out at NAB this year. In addition to that Scarlet 3K \"pocket\" camera, the RED ONE is getting seriously one-upped by the new top-of-the-line RED EPIC. This 5K camera has a full-frame S35mm Mysterium X sensor, and pretty much matches 35mm film resolution -- RED ONE topped out

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RED is really going all out at NAB this year. In addition to that Scarlet 3K \"pocket\" camera, the RED ONE is getting seriously one-upped by the new top-of-the-line RED EPIC. This 5K camera has a full-frame S35mm Mysterium X sensor, and pretty much matches 35mm film resolution -- RED ONE topped out

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As if the much-hyped RED ONE camera didn't have enough going for it already, it looks like it could soon be put to use for a slightly unexpected but most welcome task: capturing Super 8 film. That's apparently possible thanks to what's described as a \"pre-prototype\" rig that employs a RED ONE camer

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While we're sure you've just now gotten over your bout with jealously after seeing the first 25 punks lucky souls head to California and pick up their RED ONEs, how's about a relapse? If you're up for it, you can head on down to the read link and take a peek at a 76-second unboxing clip filled with

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Alright HD enthusiasts and doubters, it seems the time has come: RED's finally shipping its first batch of RED ONE cameras (and lenses, and accessories, etc.). Ok, shipping isn't really the right term. The first group of RED ONE users all flew out to RED HQ in southern California to pick up their 4

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So we know a lot of you have been on the edge of your seat concerning the RED ONE modular, high-end, HD HD-clobbering camcorder system. The camera -- announced at NAB way back in the wild, sun-soaked days of 2006 -- rocks 11.4-megapixel, 60fps video, and is designed as a multi-part system, featurin

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After investing some serious dough in the famed Cell processor powering its PlayStation 3, it's little surprise that Sony actually wants to make a profit off the platform -- and since the console wars haven't been all that favorable to Kutaragi's baby, the company is looking to enterprise as another

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No way some amateurs like us are ever going to be worthy enough for a RED ONE -- which, as you may recall, was originally announced at NAB last year. But there it was, plain as day in their booth, ready to manhandle for anyone willing to wait in the 45 minute line to get in. The ONE isn't so large

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