Sure your camcorder might be good enough for home movies, but what if that birthday video you’re recording is someday incorporated into a Discovery channel documentary on your family’s contributions to world peace and prosperity? Blurry or grainy footage is going to be a major embarrassment, so maybe you should take on another mortgage and buy the most expensive camcorder in the world.
The Red One Mysterium X shoots at 4K resolution, meaning there are over 4,000 horizontal pixels—more than twice as many as a widescreen 1080p video. This latest iteration of the Red One camcorder features the Mysterium X sensor, which performs better in low light settings than the original Mysterium sensor. The video camera is housed in an aluminum body and includes a plethora of I/O ports, including HDMI, USB, HD-SDI and mini-XLR Audio ports.
Red One owners can also purchase a variety of accessories, including rail components, premium lenses and SSD modules to store those enormous video files.
This professional camcorder can be purchased for $25,000 and requires a $2,500 deposit due to its limited availability.
Red One Camera $25,000