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RED Cameras New Pricing

RED New Pricing
RED Cameras

Jim Jannard of RED announced today via the company's forum a new pricing for all RED cameras. RED cuts EPIC price in half & RED ONE MX now costs $4,000.

The announcement from J.Jannard on REDUSER:

"As I said before, everything in the electronics world changes... usually for the better, cheaper and faster. EPIC and Scarlet just did. Right now. We have built an incredibly efficient factory in Irvine, California and over time learned how to make EPICs in quantity, lowered our assembly costs, found better suppliers and fully paid off our NRE.

When we assembled the 1st EPIC camera in Stage 6 at RED Studios Hollywood it took our team 12 hours. It took two more days to de-bug. Today we can assemble an EPIC in 13 minutes and 95+% need no re-work after diagnostics and testing. It is a testament to our manufacturing team and supply chain teams.

Since our costs are now significantly lower
we are re-pricing our cameras as of now.

For those of you that purchased a new Scarlet ( not battle tested ) or EPIC brain on or after Oct. 1st 2012, the next time you order accessories from RED you will receive a discount to use towards that purchase. $1000 for Scarlet and $4000 for EPIC. Talk to your Bomb Squad representative when you are ready to use this discount.

Now… here is the new pricing:

5K EPIC-X Brain: $19,000

5K EPIC-X Monochrome Brain: $20,000

5K EPIC-M Brain: $24,000

5K/4K Scarlet Brain: $7,950

4.5K RED ONE M-X Battle Tested: $4000

(includes SSD recording module). The RED ONE is End of Life. Battle tested is all that will be available from here on out.

Due to high anticipated volumes, plan on extended response and processing times. Dragon sensor upgrade is not included for any EPIC system purchased at the new pricing going forward. It will be a $6K upgrade. Pricing is being updated on as I post this.