Topics covered on this page:
- What is the sensor size of a RED ONE?
- What does the term "scaled" refer to in contrast to "windowed"?
- What are of the RED ONE sensor is used for 2K, 3K, and 4K?
What is the sensor size of a RED ONE?
The original RED ONE® MYSTERIUM® sensor dimensions are 24.4 mm x 13.7 mm.
The upgraded RED ONE MYSTERIUM-X® sensor dimensions are 30 mm x 15 mm.
What does the term “scaled” refer to in contrast to “windowed”?
The RED ONE gives you the option of choosing a lower resolution finish with depth of field (DOF) control of full sensor recording. Shooting 2K or 3K “windowed" means that a smaller area of the sensor is used. Shooting 2K "scaled" means that the 4K area of the sensor is sampled and downsized to 2K to enable a 2K recording with 4K DOF.
NOTE: Scaled capture is not available on the RED ONE.
What area of the RED ONE sensor is used for 2K, 3K, and 4K?
|4K||22.2 mm x 12.6 mm|
|3K||16.65 mm x 9.36 mm|
|2K||11.1 mm x 6.24 mm|