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    MONSTRO 8K VV.

    All new Pixel Design.
    2/3rds of a stop greater dynamic range than Dragon VV.
    In Camera IPP2.
    Increased color accuracy.

    Pricing:

    $29,500 as a sensor upgrade to existing CF DSMC2 Weapon camera owners
    $14,500 as a sensor upgrade to existing DSMC2 Weapon Stormtrooper owners
    $79,500 as a new Monstro VV Weapon camera.

    If you have an existing VV Dragon paid pre-order in, your order will be changed to a VV Monstro Automatically, and we will pay the difference of the upgrade cost. Thanks for waiting.. and sorry again that it took so long to tame the VV process.


    Starts shipping to existing VV reservation holders today.



    Monstro VV vs Dragon VV low end noise comparison :



    And an awesome boring graph chart just because why not :






    Cleigh taking Monstro for a test drive :

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    How well do these bake?!
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    Did anyway see this coming so soon?

    And what's the expected standalone price?

    ...And does the all-new pixel design also mean higher-yield pixel design?

    ......And is there an upgrade path from Scarlet-X? :)
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    thats a pocket full of cool beans if i ever had this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Dunne View Post
    How well do these bake?!
    Very, Very well. Remember those VV's in the oven that came out perfect that I posted last month? Those were Monstro VVs... not Dragon VVs ;)
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    Lets see some footage!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Those were Monstro VVs... not Dragon VVs ;)
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    Wow.

    Same exact sensor size/pixel pitch?
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    RED Weapon 8K VV Dragon "Orochi"
    RED Weapon 8K VV Monstro "Skully"

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    So cool! congrats!
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    I want it!
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