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Red Epic-X gets disassembled, photographed by FCC

Zach Honig
January 12, 2012
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What do you find when you tear open (read: carefully disassemble) a Red Epic-X? Well, a whole lot of red, as it seems. Wireless Goodness has posted a hearty collection of teardown shots that it acquired from the FCC, revealing the camera's Mysterium-X sensor and Red 1242 processor. Sure, the Epic-X has been on the market for quite a few months now, but as you might imagine, those lucky enough to actually get their hands on the somewhat-elusive $34,500 rig probably don't list a warranty-crushing teardown at the top of their to-do lists. Ready to take a peek inside? Hit up the source link for 57 gloriously detailed shots from the other side.

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