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  • Break-in At Red digital Cinema

    Posted by Gary Adcock on September 24, 2006 at 11:17 pm

    Due to the nature of this I wanted to post this note from the CML List.

    There was a break-in at the RED offices last night. Everything they took was camera and camera file related. We will NOT be slowed up by this distraction, but we are offering a $50K reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those that did this.

    Jim Jannard

    and a follow up

    The reward has been raised to $100K.

    gary adcock
    Studio37
    HD & Film Consultation
    Post and Production Workflows

    Graeme Nattress replied 17 years, 5 months ago 6 Members · 5 Replies
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  • Dan Brockett

    September 25, 2006 at 12:33 am

    Wow!

    Corporate espionage at it’s finest? I hope that this is not the case and that it was just a couple of really dumb robbers. Other than burying it in an abandoned mineshaft, they would never be able to sell this camera and related gear/info on the open market.

    Makes you wonder if some of RED’s larger Japanese competitors might have been involved though, huh?

    Hope that they catch whomever was the perpatrator.

    Best,

    Dan

    Providing value added material to all of your favorite DVDs

  • Bob Zelin

    September 25, 2006 at 12:56 am

    soon, we will see the new “Hundai BLUE 4K camera”. I guess that’s not funny.

    Bob Zelin

  • Tony

    September 25, 2006 at 5:25 am

    Does this mean the Dec 2006 release will be pushed back as a result?

    Has the FBI been notified?

    Dumb question but was the prototype camera not in a top security vault? If not then why not?

    Tony Salgado

  • Richard Dee

    September 26, 2006 at 12:15 am

    Or some really desperate indie filmakers did the deed.

    Seriously though – this is a pretty crazy story. I hope they nail whoever did it.

  • Graeme Nattress

    September 26, 2006 at 8:55 pm

    Appropriate authorities have been notified.

    Engineering target of december 2006 and shipping target of early 2007 have not been effected.

    The prototype stolen is essentially a block of aluminium – it’s utterly useless to anyone other than to go in our museum.

    Graeme

    http://www.nattress.com – Film Effects and Standards Conversion for FCP

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