Starting on January 22nd, Red One users will be able to upgrade to the Mysterium-X sensor for the low, low price of $5,750. It's the same sensor found on the Epic-X—delivering improved imaging and better low light performance.
The unit will also come with an updated version of REDCINE-X that can handle the new and improved video. Red also announced that anyone interested in stepping right up to the Epic-X can get a $1,250 credit if they are accepted into the beta program in either the first or second stage. [Electronista]
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