Redrock Micro Run/Stop Cable For Red Epic/Scarlet

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The Run/Stop Cable for the RED Epic/Scarlet includes:

  • Run/Stop Cable for the RED Epic/Scarlet

Note: The RED 3BNC-TO-00 SYNC cable, or equivalent method, is still needed for the Run/Stop Cable to interface with the camera

 

The Run/Stop Cable for the RED Epic/Scarlet allows for the camera’s recording function to be triggered wirelessly from the microRemote Handheld Controller. AC’s can now trigger the record function of the RED remotely, whether the camera is inaccessible on a crane, or the AC is simply not near the camera. In addition, the microRemote Handheld Controller will indicate when recording is active as well as when it is idle. Wireless triggering has never been so simple.

Integrated Solution

Gone are the days of external 9V battery packs and dedicated power to accommodate the RED Run/Stop Protocol. The Run/Stop Cable for RED Epic/Scarlet has all the necessary electronics integrated into one slim cable.

Connectivity

The Run/Stop Cable for RED Epic/Scarlet connects to the RED 3BNC-TO-00 SYNC CABLE, or equivalent, and allows the timecode and genlock of the camera to still be accessed.

Buying Guide

How does the Run/Stop Cable for RED Epic/Scarlet connect to my system?

One end of the Run/Stop Cable for RED Epic/Scarlet connects to the microRemote’s Accessory Port.  The other end terminates in a BNC connector designed to connect to the Run/Stop lead of the RED 3BNC-TO-00 SYNC cable.

Does the Run/Stop Cable for RED Epic/Scarlet require any additional power sources?

No, the Run/Stop Cable for RED Epic/Scarlet is powered entirely through the microRemote system and does not require any additional external power sources.

How do I trigger the Run/Stop Feature of the Camera Wirelessly?

The microRemote Handheld Controller has a dedicated “Camera” button that can be used to start and stop the recording.

How do I know if the camera is recording?

The microRemote Handheld Controller will indicate when the camera is recording with a flashing light next to the “camera” indicator.

 

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