New digital camera from ARRI
Sheigh Crabtree of The Hollywood Reporter has a piece today on the new "film-style" digital camera from ARRI, unveiled last week to cinematographers. (Film-style seems to mean that it looks and works very much like the film cameras that cinematographers are comfortable with.) They should be available later this month.
The ARRIFLEX D-20 camera, which made its debut Thursday, is the latest entry in a current crop of promising 35mm-sized single-chip digital cameras to emerge during the past year, each intended for high-quality motion picture production.
A subscription is required to read the full story. (But Matt Jeppsen of FresHDV has more detail in his post, including a link to a report from ARRI on some test shoots held this spring and summer.)