I think stock footage from RED One should be a serious consideration for the business plan of every independent RED One owner or renter. Quality 4k and 2k footage in various desirable frame rates should have a solid demand for licensing - and a long shelf life in the case of 4k. Obviously 24fps will always be in demand, but for certain fast-moving subjects (sports, nature, etc.) 4k/60fps (via RAW/raid), 2k/60fps onboard and 720p/120fps onboard should license real well. Time lapse and POV also have good market potential. Almost any subject matter imaginable has the ability to license out, but some obviously license better than others. I love shooting stock footage in my free time. Its the resource that just keeps on giving. I call it "mailbox money" because once you've shot it, you keep getting surprised at your mailbox by unexpected checks. Very few guys will have their business just be stock footage, but it is a great addition to a good shooter's business portfolio.