Designed for professional shooting configurations, the DSMC2® Production Module (V-Lock) mounts directly to the BRAIN® and offers a comprehensive array of video, power, communication, and pro audio connections. Constructed from lightweight and durable aluminum alloy, this module incorporates an industry standard V-Lock mount to power your DSMC2 camera when using RED BRICK®, REDVOLT-V™, or other V-Lock batteries.
May 15, 2019 - The Production Module includes three BNC video connectors for maximum monitoring flexibility on-set. Two connectors output a cloned 3G-SDI signal, and one connector serves as an independent monitoring output.
To support production demands for on-board monitors, wireless video transmitters, wireless lens control, and focus assist systems, the module includes multiple auxiliary power outputs:
- Two front-facing 3-Pin Fischer R/S ports support Remote Start/Stop functionality, and provide 24V power out up to a combined 2.5 Amps.
- A front-facing 2-Pin 0B AUX PWR port provides power out up to 3.0 Amps.
- A 2-Pin P-Tap connector on the top provides power out up to 3.0 Amps.
- A rear-facing USB 2.0 port with support for fast charging offers 5V at 1.5 Amps for powering small mobile devices.
Two standard 3-pin XLRs with preamplifiers are included for most professional audio needs. Each XLR input features a 3-position selector switch to designate the incoming audio signal type: Balanced Line Level, Balanced Mic Level, and Balanced Mic with +48V phantom power. Additionally, a 3.5mm line-level headphone jack allows users to monitor audio during takes and in playback mode.
The module features ports for power in (DC IN), Genlock (BNC), Timecode (5-pin 0B), GIG-E, and CTRL.
The module also features a selector switch that enables the BRAIN to automatically boot when power is provided via the DC IN connector on the module. This feature allows operators to use a connected DC input supply to turn the BRAIN on and off when the camera is mounted in remote or difficult to maneuver locations.
Notes: Press Release - Red Digital Cinema - May 15, 2019