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RED RANGER MONSTRO 8K VV
RED RANGER MONSTRO 8K RENTAL
The Red Ranger Monstro 8K rental/hire camera is different from the other DSMC2 camera models because of its design: it has an “all in one” camera body. The Red Ranger Monstro camera has an 8K full frame sensor, and shares some of its qualities with the DSMC2 cameras: it has a 17stop dynamic range, 60fps in 8K, a codec selector and full frame sensor resolutions. Ranger Monstro 8K camera rental/hire in Camaleon Rental.
- Resolution: 8K VV
- Formats: REDCode / Apple ProRes/ AVID
- High speed: up to 60 fps in 8K
- Mount: PL / EF
- Weight: 7.5 lbs
RED RANGER MONSTRO 8K HIRE
RED RANGER MONSTRO 8K CAMERA RENTAL
The Ranger Monstro 8K rental/hire camera is a DSMC2 camera with a Monstro 8K sensor, designed with a compact body that doesn't need other accessory modules being added, as with other Red DSMC2 models. Besides this, the Red RANGER Monstro 8K offers exactly the same picture, recording, frames per second, codecs, dynamic range, and resolutions as the DSMC2 similarly named Red Monstro 8K VV camera. Ranger Monstro 8K rental/hire in Camaleon Rental.
The Full-Frame Ranger Monstro 8K offers high-quality images and resolutions. It has a 34.5 megapixel CMOS with a maximum 8192x4320 resolution and a 40.96x21.60mm size (46.31mm diagonal); the native ISO is 800. The Ranger Monstro 8K uses the same image compression as the new Panavision Millenium DXL2 camera. Both cameras have a 17 Stop dynamic range. In order to understand the Ranger Monstro 8K performance, you only have to know its differences and similarities with the DSMC2 Monstro VV rental/hire camera.
All the Red DSMC2 cameras have the possibility to decide which sensor and which accessories to get. However, Red Ranger is made of Monstro sensor, a sidekick on one camera side, and an expansion base similar to the production module. That is to say, with the Red Ranger rental you can choose which accessories take it, but without the possibility of taking out the sidekick or changing the rear part for another sort of module. The sidekick allows to control the camera configurations adding 0,22 lbs of weight but with no necessity to use a Red Touch monitor.
There is three kind of modules available in the market: Production Module, I/O Expander, and Jetpack. These last two are lighter than the first one, although they don’t offer as many video and power outputs and audio inputs as the Production Module. Red Ranger has the same connections as the production module but with two outputs instead of one and one XLR audio input instead of two.
The fact that Red Ranger camera has a non-modular part is understood by the following concept. Anyone who buys an 8k camera feels confident knowing that they have a camera with little risk of long-term obsolescence. If you have a modular camera, the appearance of technological improvements allows you to change only the obsolete parts of the camera, instead of the whole camera. Some producers or individuals are forced to maintain the use of non-modular cameras to amortize them, even if they do not give the same features as the most advanced cameras. Now, if the non-modular Ranger camera is only available for rent, this concern does not exist for the producers.
Therefore, until the Red Ranger stops being offered in the rental houses, its presence in these rental houses shows its high value like any other. The Red Ranger camera has been built with the best features to be able to stay in the rental market as long as possible. Ranger camera rental in Camaleon Rental.
RED RANGER 8K DSMC2 CONNECTIONS
- 2x 3G-SDI outputs (75 Ω BNC), 60 Hz max frame rate
- Monitor output (75 Ω BNC), 60 Hz max frame rate
- 2x 24V Aux Power / Remote Start/Stop Outputs (3-Pin Fischer), 2.5A Shared
- Aux Power Output (2-Pin 0B), 3.0A
- Aux Power Output (2-Pin P-Tap), 3.0A
- DC IN (6-Pin 1B socket)
- 2x Balanced Audio inputs (3-Pin, full size XLR female)
- Stereo Headphone output (3.5 mm jack)
- Timecode (5-pin 0B)
- Genlock input (75 Ω BNC)
- Gigabit Ethernet input/output (9-Pin 0B)
- CTRL (Tally OUT / RS-232 Rx and Tx) (4-Pin 00)
- USB Power output (Type A socket), 1.5A
- 3-pin XLRs with preamplifiers, uncompressed, 24-bit, 48 KHz
- Input Formats: Balanced Line, Balanced Mic (w/o Phantom Power), Balanced Mic (w/ 48 V Phantom Power)