Red's $15,000 'Red Raven' Camera Kit Available Exclusively at Apple Stores

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High-end camera company Red today announced that its Red Raven camera kit, priced at $14,995.95, is being sold exclusively through Apple.com and demoed at select Apple retail stores around the world.


Red describes the Raven camera kit as a "complete camera package" that features a "diverse" set of accessories that have been sourced from brands like Sigma, G-Tech, Nanuk, and of course, Apple, with the company contributing Final Cut Pro X. The full kit components are listed below:

  • RED RAVEN 4.5K camera BRAIN
  • RED DSMC2 Touch LCD 4.7" Monitor
  • RED DSMC2 Outrigger Handle
  • RED V-Lock I/O Expander
  • RED 120 GB RED MINI-MAG
  • Two IDX DUO-C98 batteries with VL-2X charger
  • G-Technology ev Series RED MINI-MAG Reader
  • Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM Art
  • Nanuk heavy-duty camera case
  • Final Cut Pro X
  • foolcontrol for RAVEN Camera Kit

The Red Raven 4.5K camera, which can capture up to 120 frames per second, is designed to produce cinema-quality imagery while also remaining small and compact for portability. It weighs 3.5 pounds and can be used with drones, gimbals, and handheld configurations. As with all Red cameras, the Raven has a modular design that allows it to pair with both Red accessories and accessories from third-party brands.


The Red Raven Camera Kit with Final Cut Pro X is available for purchase from Apple.com starting today, with next-day delivery available.

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40 months ago
new iOS update: Apple Pay now accepts kidneys
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40 months ago
These will make for great stocking stuffers this year
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40 months ago
Almost makes you think Apple makes a computer that can edit RAW R3D files. OK, so buy the camera now, shoot for a year, then wait until 2018 to edit it.. o_O
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40 months ago

Almost makes you think Apple makes a computer that can edit RAW R3D files. OK, so buy the camera now, shoot for a year, then wait until 2018 to edit it.. o_O

I've been editing raw .r3d files on my Mac Pro for a few years now.
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40 months ago
I see the "red" brand and I can't stop thinking of Linustech's video where he blasts the company over overcharging for so many of their accessories.

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40 months ago

These will make for great stocking stuffers this year

My kids are going to love it! I'll make sure to pick up a couple iMac Pros as well.
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