HomeArticlesRED Dragon-X DSMC2 Cinema Camera Review RED Dragon-X DSMC2 Cinema Camera Review By Harry Baker October 29, 2019 Articles, Blog 34 Comments Tags:5k, best camera, camera, camera comparison, camera review, cinema camera, cinematography, digital camera, dragon, dragon-x, dragonx, dsmc, dsmc2, film production, filmmaking, LumaForge, movie camera, olpf, optical low pass filter, r3d, red, red 5k, red camera, red camera systems, red cinema, red cinema camera, red digital cinema, red dragon, red dragon x, red dragon-x 5k, red raven, shot on red, shot on red camera, video camera, video production, videography, why red Related Posts The Tempest – Ferdinand and Miranda Shakespeare, Under The Sky And Around the Globe | The Daily 360 | The New York Times Video Tour of Ford’s Theatre: The Assassination About Author admin 34 Comments LumaForge February 19, 2019 Which features for the RED Dragon-X are you most excited about? Reply OPPMEDIA TV February 19, 2019 cant afford but is bad ass camera Reply OPPMEDIA TV February 19, 2019 Cannot afford but is bad Ass Film camera Reply cinIALVEspO w February 19, 2019 I'm glad to hear you pee pee as well. Was worried there 😉 Reply vitejose February 19, 2019 Some really great content coming out of this channel! Makes me wish I had the money for a Jellyfish. One note: as I understand it, the main reason for an OLPF is actually to prevent moiré at the cost of resolution/apparent sharpness. Cameras like the Nikon D800E remove the OLPF to squeeze out that extra little bit of resolution. Red is fairly unique in that it offers various OLPFs that affect exposure and color rendition (and cut IR/UV), but the primary function is still to prevent moiré, no? Reply Trevor Horton February 19, 2019 I’ll take 3. Digging the new aspect ratio dude! Reply Alex The DP February 19, 2019 Great review, considering Red for a long time and now it looks like Dragon X is a best deal! And btw what the name of the song in the intro? Reply Allan Sh February 19, 2019 It doesn't even support 8K. 8K resolution should be the bottom line, just like 44kHz sample rate for audio. Reply Timothy Thompson February 20, 2019 Anyone got the name of the intro song? Reply Albin Sjöberg February 22, 2019 Great review! I thought the sample footage from REDs site had so much noise even in bright daylight, is this anything you have noticed as well? Reply Eric Tidmore February 22, 2019 The flamethrower omfg Reply JS_filming February 23, 2019 I think that I'll stick to my BMPCC4K cause I simply doesn't have the money Reply Thib February 24, 2019 Something bothered me, why spend all this money on the camera but you still using shitty lens ?? Sorry but for me you should invest in great lens before in great camera. Reply Daniel Aguilar February 26, 2019 I soooo want it 😅 Reply VISION0STUDIO February 27, 2019 yeap guys, the Dragon kit is ONLY 20K yeap only 20k ohh by the way its in USD lol Reply David Moreno Belmonte March 1, 2019 I can get a EPIC W or a DRAGON X both for same price…. what should I do…? Damn! Any advice? Reply Jim Skinner March 1, 2019 It’s maddening that Scarlet-W owners have to upgrade to Dragon-X to stay on upgrade path but it’s the SAME sensor (as Scarlet). RED basically came up with a $6k fee for existing owners and we have to pay it (to stay on upgrade path). Welcome to the upgrade treadmill. Reply SAVAGE SHUTTER March 3, 2019 ya they started taking low pass out to allow more light Reply Dean Paauw March 5, 2019 I think im going to save for the 15k$ kit, with the 18-35 and then ill buy also a 50-100 Reply Dean Paauw March 10, 2019 whats the intro song?? btw very very good video Reply Christian Santiago March 11, 2019 Just dont understand how anyone can justify dropping 20k on the same exact specs as a URSA Mini Pro G2. Black Magic's image quality is fantastic and the value is so much better. Plus you don't need to get roped into Red's proprietary ecosystem where you're paying 300 bucks for a cable and 1800 dollars for a hard drive. Reply Sandhuproduction Lambra March 14, 2019 nice Reply Trevor Whiting March 14, 2019 I want one Reply shourya kapoor March 15, 2019 Price Reply alex dison March 16, 2019 hello sir is the red dragon x is right for beginners like me? or the raven is? Reply David Moreno Belmonte March 16, 2019 So sad nobody gives an opinion T_T…. Dragon X 5k or EPIC W what to choose, both in the pipeline IPP2 DSMC 2, both for 13k….. what you guys think? Reply Branson Cusack March 21, 2019 Great video. Do you know if the standard OLPF comes with the red dragon or do you have to buy it separately? Reply Thomas March 21, 2019 That's not what an OLPF does!Red provides OLPF to filter out IR and UV light as well, and modify a bit of color acquisition. But in essence, an OLPF is tasked to filter out high spatial frequencies in the image (basically the most fine details, that the sensor can't record as details, and could record as aliasing). Reply Codak Chris March 26, 2019 this kinda wasn't a review you just talked about what you like not really about the camera and features and usage and differences Reply Codak Chris April 5, 2019 mine came yesterday Reply Anderson Sousa official June 12, 2019 THIIIIIIIIS.. is a tutorial !!! congratultions… Reply Viewfinder Media July 8, 2019 An overpriced pocket 4K. Reply Md Shovon July 13, 2019 Nice Reply jdotvisuals July 17, 2019 Great review. I'm really loving my Dragon X, check out some of my latest uploads. Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.