September 22, 2014
ARRI is a German-based supplier of cinematographic equipment, and as you might expect it does not design cameras for the general public, the priority here is large-format image quality. His latest creation is called ARRI Alexa 65.
The maximum working video resolution of this marvel is 6,560 x 3,102 pixels, and it does so with the dynamic range expected in a camera intended for the professional and film sector.
The secret to achieving these specifications lies in the new 65-millimeter CMOS-type A3X sensor, which is three times larger than the Super 35 format. It is the largest sensor of its kind on the market, with an active image area. 54.12 x 25.59 millimeters.
When it comes to lenses, ARRI takes Hasselblad’s medium format to work with the new sensor, with up to eight new lenses, ranging from 24-300 to 50-110 millimeters. Expanding the range of lenses to other brands will depend on the reception of the system in the market.
via ARRI Alexa 65, film cameras are downgraded to 6.5K.
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