The QUICKPLATE MODULE attaches to a +1 ADAPTOR MODULE or MODULE ADAPTOR to provide RED BRICK power to your EPIC or SCARLET. Unlike the BACKPACK QUICKPLATE and BACKPACK QUICKPLATE (SHORT), this product does not require the use of a lemo cable or BACKPACK BASEPLATE. This allows you to mount your RED BRICK onto the back of your camera BRAIN and plug in AC power to keep camera on when switching batteries.
The QUICKPLATE MODULE also features 2x industry standard 0B 2-pin AUX ports to keep your 3rd party accessories powered up when shooting. If you want an untethered, on-board RED BRICK solution, the QUICKPLATE MODULE is the best fit for your configuration.
- ¥éËDimensions Height: 4.29 in. (109 mm)
- Width: 4.41 in. (112 mm)
- Depth: 1.52 in. (39 mm)
- Weight Approximately 0.70 lbs (317 g), Module Only
- Construction Aluminum Alloy
- Operating Temperature 0ŒÁC to 40ŒÁC (32ŒÁF to 104ŒÁF)
- Storage Temperature äóñ20ŒÁC to 50ŒÁC (äóñ4ŒÁF to 122ŒÁF)
- Connectors AUX 1: 2-pin 0B LEMO
- AUX 2: 2-pin 0B LEMO
- Firmware Requirement DSMC firwmare v5.1.14 or later
Describe it as a perfect storm. A mad scientist, with the passion and resources to make his dreams come true, a team of brilliant specialists that shared his passion and, finally, the moment in history when the technology would be possible. All factors were necessary for the dream to be realized. The genesis of RED stirred in 2005, with the first RED ONE camera being delivered in August of 2007. Jim Jannard, the owner and founder of sportswear and sunglass icon, Oakley, set out to realize his ultimate quest, to build the world's best cameras. Starting literally out of a warehouse garage, he and a small group of pioneers changed the face of the motion picture industry. Based on the RAW file capture of digital SLRs, the RED team engineered a camera capable of recording RAW, 4K images at up to 30 frames per second. Digital cinema, on a modern scale, was born.