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Lasers are bad for your eyes, so it shouldn’t be a surprise they’re bad for cameras too. This clip shows exactly how trivial it is for a laser to pop inside a $US20,000 piece of equipment and totally scramble its brains.
Slow motion was invented to capture every single thing in slow motion. Explosions, cheetahs, robots, people and hummingbirds. The detail you see in slow motion is always better than real life.
If you’re not familiar with RED cameras, you’re missing out on a crazy world of high-end cinema tech. Chances are if you’ve ever watched The Hobbit, Prometheus or The Informant!, you’ve seen what a RED Camera can do. Today RED Cameras opened up a can of legal hurt on Sony, alleging via a lawsuit that the Japanese camera giant is infringing on its patents. RED doesn’t just want damages, though: it wants to pulp Sony’s pro-camera business.
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RED makes some of the most advanced and powerful video cameras in existence, which also means it needs a damn powerful computer to handle the massive video files. So it has teamed up with HP to build the RED Z820 workstation, complete with 16 liquid-cooled CPU cores, custom RED Mag card readers and RED Rocket acceleration cards.