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Red Epic-M Monochrome Small_mwkrcsiwaacln4x1vizl4nl0jwefdcjrrxi7rr80_red Small_mwkrcsiwaacln4x1vizl4nl0jwefdcjrrxi7rr80_red1 Small_mwkrcsiwaacln4x1vizl4nl0jwefdcjrrxi7rr80_red2 Medium_mwkrcsiwaacln4x1vizl4nl0jwefdcjrrxi7rr80_red Posted on 2012-09-18         
 
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Red Camera promised to stop hyping products that weren't ready to ship, and true to its word, just announced the Epic-M Monochrome, surprising even its rabid user base. Packing an all-new black and white-only Mysterium-X sensor, the new cinema cam follows in the footsteps of the Leica M Monochrom still shooter, right down to a similar moniker. Red claims the dedicated CMOS sensor means no color debayering, yielding a one-to-one pixel count and 15-20 percent bump in effective resolution compared to its chromatic cousin. It also touted a sensitivity gain as another advantage, asserting that the Monochrome will have a native ISO of 2,000 (while using the retro-sounding "ASA" term), more than double that of the Epic-M or X.

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