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  • Preset Rotary Shutter Angles from 11.2 to 180.0 including 144 and 172.8

    CMOS E Shutter Distortion Mechanical Rotary Shutter

    Continuous Shutter for variables

  • ND 0.9 1/8 optical transmittance

    3 - stops

    ND 1.2 1/16 optical transmittance

    4 - stops

    ND 1.5 1/32 optical transmittance

    5 - stops

    ND 1.8 1/64 optical transmittance

    6 - stops

    0.9: 1/8 OT = 3 Stops1.2: 1/16 OT = 4 Stops (total)1.5: 1/32 OT = 5 Stops (total)1.8: 1/64 OT = 6 Stops (total)

    Eliminates more filtering front of lens

    Eliminates possible flares

    Offers ease of operation in remote situations

  • Coming Soon: 1-120 fps

  • Frame RateShutter Angle ND Setting

    Exposure Index Highlight Latitude

    White Balance Monitoring LUT

  • Shimmable PL Mount Cooke/i

    ARRI LDS

  • 2X

    4X

  • CBK-WA01(USB WiFi Adapter)

    F65 Wireless Control Web/Tablet App

  • Camera uses approx 70w at 23.98

    Camera is approx 14lbs w/Accessories

  • I/OAll Inputs and Outputs on CameraGenlock In for syncing two cameras sensorsShutter In for syncing two cameras shuttersHD-Y Out2x SDI Out (1 at back and 1 at topRemote: for a paintbox to control camera (RMB 150- 750 same protocol)Power (same as F23, F35) 12v/24v mixed, either can power the camera. R4 gets power from Camera 12v and 24v accessorty Outputs along bottomLENS Port (same as used on many ENG camerasEXT. I/O out (for other controlers)2x USB outs - Connect the WiFi - SRK- CP1Assign 1 = Mag 2x/4x, Assign 2= Mag Position (from top L to bottom R as you would read)Assign 3 = Hi/Lo Key: Changes output LUT, The button toggles between high-luminance check (gain reduction), low-luminance check (gain amplification), and normal.Assign 4 = (empty/good for Fan Mode/Auto2)Arri mounting plateFan speed (auto 2 = quiet while recording)Memory Stick DUO

  • Traditional 4k Bayer Sony 8k Sensor

  • Traditional 4k Bayer Sony F65 8k Sensor

    TWICE AS MUCH COLOR PER SAMPLETWICE AS MUCH LUMINANCE PER SAMPLE

    LUMINANCE = RESOLUTION

  • DEMYSTIFYING MARKETING MATH

    2160

    ArriAlexa Studio

    2880 Total Photosites

    2160

    8192 Total Photosites

    2700

    REDEpic

    5120 Total Photosites

    .5 Debayer .5 Debayer.5 Demosaic

    1440 Horizontal Res12 bit RAW

    4096 Horizontal Res16bit RAW

    2560 Horizontal Res12bit RAW

  • 1.9:1

    2.351.851.781.661.33

  • F65 full 17x9 (full sensor)

    4x3for 2x

  • Detail in Highlights

    Detail in Shadows

  • EI setting is NOT baked in

    Rated at 800EI

    Highlight Latitude at given EIfrom 18% Gray

  • Wider Color Gamut than 35mm print

    Accurate re-mapping of scene colors

    Greater range in Post Production

  • 3200K, 4300K and 5500K

    Each Setting is optimized for improved color reproduction similar to film stocks

    Not a simple video white balance but apreset re-mapping of scene colors into theRAW file

  • Academy Color Encoding Specification

    Developed by: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

    ACES is an IIF encoding specification that uses 16bit half-float precision (associated with the OpenEXR file format) to define a wide gamut digital color encoding appropriate for both photographed and computer generated images.

    4K

  • The Camera RAWis converted to ACES .exr using anInput Device Transform (IDT)

    IDTs are designed for specific devices. For instance, we use an IDT made for the F65

    Grading, Compositing, Intercuttingsources, Archiving: all done in ACES

    in 16 bit

    ACES files are viewed using viewing LUTs called Reference Rendering Transforms (RRTs)

    Camera&RAW& ACES& Display&

    IDT&RRT/ODT&

    Output Device Transforms (ODTs) are created for specific displays and projection systems

  • Developed by: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesIIF is an image and color management architecture with a set of encoding specifications, transforms and recommended practices that enable the creation and processing of high fidelity images with greater dynamic range, wider color gamut and greater precision than possible with 10bit Cineon encoding or HDTV standards.

    Image Interchange Framework Academy Color Encoding Specification

    Developed by: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

    ACES is an IIF encoding specification that uses 16bit half-float precision (associated with the OpenEXR file format) to define a wide gamut digital color encoding appropriate for both photographed and computer generated images.

  • IIF maintains the greatest possible image fidelity from original source media

    Digital motion picture cameras can exceed current systems based on 10bit

    Little (if any) metadata is exchanged

    Existing standards are outdated

    Multiple viewing transforms (Log vs. Lin, Film, 709, P3 etc)

    Multiple image file formats and encodings

    Increased need to interchange unfinished images in digital form

    Digital Files are the primary exchange format today

  • Helps to preserve the full range of highlights, shadows and color renderings captured in camera

    Allows for the option to light by eye rather than have to rely on video monitoring

    Enables future expansion for emerging Digital Motion Picture Camera technologies

    Facilitates reliable interchange between images from different sources

    Provides colorists with a larger working palette and a better starting point representative of the actual light values captured on set.

    The first 16bit floating point post production pipeline

  • Audio/Video Recorder

    Dockable to F65

    4K - 16bit Linear RAW Recording

    Coming: SStP Recording at 220, 440 and 880 Mbps Coming: Record Variable Frame Rates 1-120fps 16 Channels of 24bit Audio Recording

  • 1.5Gbps

    2.5Gbps

    5.5Gbps

    11

    SR-256S15/SR-512S25/SR-1TS25/SR-256S55/SR-512S55/SR-1TS55* Memory Card

    Transfer Speed (Sustained) SR-256S15: 1.5 Gbps

    SR-512S25/SR-1TS25: 2.5 Gbps

    SR-256S55/SR-512S55/SR-1TS55: 5.5 Gbps

    Capacity (User Capacity)* SR-256S15/SR-256S55: 256 GB (approx. 225 GB)

    SR-512S25/SR-512S55: 512 GB (approx. 450 GB)

    SR-1TS25/SR-1TS55*: 1 TB (approx. 900 GB)

    Input Voltage 3.3 V DC 10%

    Power Consumption Max. 10 W

    Operating Temperature/Humidity Complies with the operating condition of the supported device

    Storage Temperature/Humidity -40 C to +80 C (-40 F to +176 F)/95% or less (non condensation)

    Dimensions 60 x 9.4 x 105 mm (2 3/8 x 3/8 x 4 1/4 inches) (excluding protrusions)

    Mass Approx. 100 g (3.5 oz.)

    Supplied Accessories Card case, Card label sheet, Operation manual

    Specifications

    Maximum Recording Time (min.)*

    * The SR-1TS55 will be available in 2012.

    Series S15 S25 S55

    Speed 1.5 Gbps 2.5 Gbps 5.5 Gbps

    Model Name

    SR-256S15 SR-512S25 SR-1TS25 SR-256S55 SR-512S55 SR-1TS55**

    Capacity 256 GB 512 GB 1 TB 256 GB 512 GB 1 TB

    HD 59.94i SR-Lite 422 114 228 457 114 228 457

    SR-SQ 422/444 60 120 241 60 120 241

    SR-HQ 444 32 64 128 32 64 128

    59.94p SR-Lite 422 60 120 241 60 120 241

    SR-SQ 422/444 32 64 128 32 64 128

    SR-HQ 444 N.A. 32 65 16 32 65

    50i SR-Lite 422 137 274 549 137 274 549

    SR-SQ 422/444 72 144 290 72 145 290

    SR-HQ 444 38 76 153 38 76 153

    50p SR-Lite 422 72 144 290 72 145 290

    SR-SQ 422/444 38 76 153 38 76 153

    SR-HQ 444 N.A. 39 78 19 39 78

    23.98PsF SR-Lite 422 142 285 572 142 286 572

    SR-SQ 422/444 77 155 311 77 155 311

    SR-HQ 444 40 80 160 40 80 160

    Uncompressed 422 27 55 110 27 55 110

    Uncompressed 444 N.A. 34 69 17 34 69

    4K 23.98PsF F65RAW N.A. 29 59 14 29 59

    120PsF F65RAW HFR N.A. N.A. N.A. 5 11 23

    * Depending on the data rate of the recording signal (such as 4K, dual-stream, and I/O configuration), usable SRMemory card may be limited. In case of 3D recording, maximum recording time will be approximately half. ** SR-1TS55 card will be available in 2012.

    Blue or Black1-25fps

    Black Only>25fps

    1.5Gbps

    2.5Gbps

    5.5Gbps

    4K

  • 1.5Gbps

    2.5Gbps

    5.5Gbps

    11

    SR-256S15/SR-512S25/SR-1TS25/SR-256S55/SR-512S55/SR-1TS55* Memory Card

    Transfer Speed (Sustained) SR-256S15: 1.5 Gbps

    SR-512S25/SR-1TS25: 2.5 Gbps

    SR-256S55/SR-512S55/SR-1TS55: 5.5 Gbps

    Capacity (User Capacity)* SR-256S15/SR-256S55: 256 GB (approx. 225 GB)

    SR-512S25/SR-512S55: 512 GB (approx. 450 GB)

    SR-1TS25/SR-1TS55*: 1 TB (approx. 900 GB)

    Input Voltage 3.3 V DC 10%

    Power Consumption Max. 10 W

    Operating Temperature/Humidity Complies with the operating condition of the supported device

    Storage Temperature/Humidity -40 C to +80 C (-40 F to +176 F)/95% or less (non condensation)

    Dimensions 60 x 9.4 x 105 mm (2 3/8 x 3/8 x 4 1/4 inches) (excluding protrusions)

    Mass Approx. 100 g (3.5 oz.)

    Supplied Accessories Card case, Card label sheet, Operation manual

    Specifications

    Maximum Recording Time (min.)*

    * The SR-1TS55 will be available in 2012.

    Series S15 S25 S55

    Speed 1.5 Gbps 2.5 Gbps 5.5 Gbps

    Model Name

    SR-256S15 SR-512S25 SR-1TS25 SR-256S55 SR-512S55 SR-1TS55**

    Capacity 256 GB 512 GB 1 TB 256 GB 512 GB 1 TB

    HD 59.94i SR-Lite 422 114 228 457 114 228 457

    SR-SQ 422/444 60 120 241 60 120 241

    SR-HQ 444 32 64 128 32 64 128

    59.94p SR-Lite 422 60 120 241 60 120 241

    SR-SQ 422/444 32 64 128 3