RED RAVEN™ delivers the creative flexibility and cinematic image quality that has come to be synonymous with RED®. RED RAVEN is an unprecedented 4K digital camera, ideal for the passionate and professional alike. Capable of capturing 4K resolution footage at up to 120 fps – or 2K at 240 fps – RED RAVEN harnesses the raw power of the RED DRAGON®, DxOMark’s highest rated sensor ever.
Designed and engineered around RED’s unwavering commitment to image quality and modularity – RED RAVEN is a fully-fledged professional camera that will grow with you. As one of the smallest and most lightweight RED cameras, RED RAVEN is uniquely suited for hand-held shooting.
Take advantage of the renowned colour science and unmatched dynamic range of the RED DRAGON sensor, and with the ability to record in REDCODE RAW (R3D) and Apple ProRes, simultaneously, RED RAVEN supports a wide range of trusted workflow options. Fully backed by an ecosystem of DSMC2™ Modules and the momentum of a thriving worldwide community of RED shooters, RED RAVEN ushers in a new age of creativity and accessibility.
The RED RAVEN BRAIN® is constructed from robust, lightweight aluminium and – like WEAPON® – provides intelligent mounting points for cable-free peripheral attachment. RED RAVEN’s compact form factor also integrates a Canon EF Mount and media bay, supporting blazing fast RED MINI-MAG® SSDs.
The RED RAVEN Base I/O Package is ideal for run-and-gun applications.
|Mains Lead (Kettle)||1|
|USB Drive (Containing Manual)||1|
|DSMC² Base I/O V-Lock Expander||1|
|DSMC² Universal Handle||1|
|Weapon RED Touch 4.7" LCD||1|
|International Mains Plug Adapters||2|
|Raven Black Flight Case||1|
|G Mini Mag Reader with Black USB Cable||1|
|AC Adapter (AHM150PS15)||1|
|4 Pin XLR Power Lead||1|
3 July 2016
We did start to wonder if we would ever see the Ravens, so long has the wait been (or at least seemed). I have never known a camera create such a stir with our customers.Read full article
26 September 2015
We've tried our very best to offer the 'Red' experience to our customers as the lowest possible price with the Scarlet Dragon. It's not a cheap camera and how ever we about it, there's no getting away from that! It's not the greatest grab and go solution as media is expensive, sound recording is a pain but when you've experienced what comes off that sensor and used RedCine.....Read full article
Please be aware of the below, where we got in touch with RED to clarify auto focusing:
Thank you for contacting RED Support.
From my own personal tests, I could never really get AUTO FOCUS to work reliably. I have brought this up to our engineering team and they are working to make improvements, but some of the issues have to do with the way the camera communicates with the lenses and requires a lot of engineering per lens and programming for this to be fixed.
Personally, I would recommend rack focusing manually as much as you can. It's nice to have the feature in-camera, but it seems to only work well on a small batch of lenses from our supported list. I can't recall which ones I have used in the past, but I do know it is sort of a hit or miss depending on the lens. I've also found that my images appear sharper when using manual versus auto. I only use auto as a focus assist to help get me close to being sharp, then manually adjust.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Nick | Product Support