How the RED One camera makes SCI FI's Sanctuary look good

The SCI FI Channel's Sanctuary is the first television series in North America to be shot entirely on the revolutionary RED One camera.

The crew up in Vancouver, Canada, were kind enough to show our sister site DVICE how the camera's insane resolution and tapeless recording system let them keep all their work in the digital domain—and at four times the resolution of HD.

Want to see the results? You can watch full episodes of Sanctuary over in SCI FI Rewind.

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