The Arri Alexa Mini is the most versatile tool in the Alexa camera range. It allows you to record 4K UHD, anamorphic and open gate images with great dynamic range (14+ stops), even when shooting at 200 fps 2K. You can use the Alexa Mini as a main studio camera or on difficult access locations, gimbals and drones. Available on PL or EF mount.
Mid-range camera from RED, with the 5K Dragon sensor and the new DSMC2 form factor. It has 16,5+ stops of Dynamic Range and can record up to 300fps on 2K resolution. The posibility to record either on REDCODE or PRORES 422 HQ and at 120fps on 4K resolution makes it ideal for any kind of project, from High-End films to indie documentaries.
The Sony FX9 is a camcorder with a 6k full-format Exmor R CMOS sensor, allowing 4k video recording at up to 60 fps. With E-mount, it incorporates 7-stop ND filter, 15 stops of dynamic range and dual ISO 800 / 4000. Netflix approved.
The FS7 has become one of the industry's favorite camcorders. The Mark II builds on what made the previous model successful and enhances it by adding features such as an electronic variable ND or a new mount format to add safety and stability to the lenses. It is also compatible with most existing accessories for its predecessor.
Expansion unit for FS7 and FS7MKII, apart from being able to power the camera with V-Lock batteries, enables a RAW output by SDI, adds inputs and outputs for the Timecode and unlocks the ability to record internally in Appple ProRes.
The FS7 was an evolution of the FS700, but aimed at an even more professional audience. With better ergonomics and a sensor with a wide dynamic range as well as the possibility of expansion with the XDCA-FS7 module that allows RAW output and internal recording in ProRes. It also maintains the advanced slow motion functions.
The most versatile camera in the Canon cinema series. Capture RAW with an external recorder, C-Log logarithmic curve and the color technology characteristic of the brand. Widely used in documentaries and feature-length films that seek to differentiate themselves.