RED Komodo 6k camera price: $6,000 ($7,000 for colored)

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Some additional information on the RED Komodo camera:

  • 6K resolution.
  • Super 35 sensor sized (Not a full-frame).
  • R3D files (REDCODE RAW codec).
  • A new 6K sensor
  • Lens Mount = Integrated Canon RF
  • Recording Media = CFAST 2.0
  • Camera control via integrated LCD
  • There is no compatibility with DSMC2 monitors
  • The Komodo can be wirelessly controlled from any smartphone
  • No option for wireless video feed on smartphones (even on Hydrogen)
  • Maximum 60 FPS
  • Full sensor 6k 40fps
  • Global shutter mode
  • Anamorphic options
  • Built-In full colored touch screen
  • Weather-resistant (not confirmed)
  • PDAF via the touchscreen
  • Size: 4 x 4 inches
  • Weight: 2 pounds
  • Price: colored for $7,000, regular for $6,000


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New step in the the process? 15 minutes in the magical UV Bubble just for good measure. Now that our factory is back in action …albeit severely anemic with the new protocols, we can slowly start making Komodos again. it’s a really, really slow train now so it’s gonna take a while to get enough of our troops back to start making enough volume to blast out to dealers and the world but the good news is to pass that time and keep our skeleton crew busy, in 2 weeks I’m gonna start selling some crazy colored Komodos to my friends and anyone else who wants to be a little “different” . Super limited low quantities. Will make just a handful per week till the stormtroopers are ready . Email me if your interested.

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Heh heh heh. I think he likes it 🙂 @georgeedmondson. #komodo

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