The German company ARRI has introduced a new generation movie camera ARRI ALEXA 35 with the first in 11 years a fundamentally new ultra-sensitive sensor. This sensor has a dynamic range of 17 steps. It outperformed the previous ALEV-III matrix. The manufacturer claims the image quality is 4K 120fps.
ARRI ALEXA 35 is a premium quality digital cinema camera. It will be used in the filming of big movies and TV shows. However, she is able to produce results in uncontrolled conditions when working with a small team, according to Newsshooter.
Main characteristics of ARRI ALEXA 35;
• Best image quality in native 4K resolution at 120fps
• Extended dynamic range: 17 stops suitable for any shooting situation and best suited for HDR shooting
• More contrast: stray light suppression system to accurately capture the full range of contrast
• High Sensitivity: Low Noise, EI 6400 and Optional High Sensitivity Mode
• More accurate colors: REVEAL Color Science technology for better color reproduction, crisper edges, and faster color grading
• More creative control
• Camera supports all S35 and LF lenses
• ARRI textures: A new way to define graininess and contrast in-camera, returning control to the operator.
• New processing: viewing SDR and HDR of the same view on the set, adjusting the intensity of the viewing, using the LogC4 viewing library built into the camera
• Quick and easy controls
• The smallest full-featured movie camera in the ALEXA line
• Display on the left side of the camera body
• Familiar MVF-2 viewfinder (now also in HDR), menu structure, 1TB and 2TB CDs
• 19 recording formats for every requirement
• Advanced Color Matching (ACM)
• Stream metadata for VR studios.
The new movie camera will be rented out.