"Red Digital Cinema Camera Company was founded in 2005 by Jim Jannard, founder of the Oakley company. The company's main product is the Red One, capable of recording at resolutions up to 4096 horizontal by 2304 vertical pixels, directly to flash or hard disk based digital storage. It features a single Super 35-sized CMOS sensor and a cinematography industry standard PL mount.

The camera body is priced far below most comparable products, and as a result it may make high-resolution digital cinematography accessible to many more productions.[1] This aggressive pricing, and Red's approach of reaching out to potential customers through online forums—unusual in the traditionally very small digital cinematography market—have generated considerable industry attention." - Wikipedia

RED / Index for those who'd like to know more.

Has anyone had the chance to work with a Red One? (Doubt I'll get a yes to that question here) More likely, has anyone looked into Purchasing Scarlet?
I've picked up a factory job to pay for one as well as the necessary equipment.