10.07.2008 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Rogue Element Films receives Sony F35 CineAlta camera

Independent digital cinematography specialist Rogue Element Films received the Sony F35 CineAlta camera at IBC2008; German distributor BandPro Munich sold the camera.

Rogue Element Films will offer the F35 in both its native SR capture format and converted-to-uncompressed DPX digital negative data.

The flagship Sony F35 CineAlta camera features include S-LOG image capturing of a digital negative as well as the ability to capture 50P 4:4:4 HD RGB images in slow motion and in real-time. The F35 features a ramping technique for live in-camera speed changes, making it a valuable production tool.

With increased sensitivity and dynamic range (14 stops) aligned with 35mm lenses, the digital film camera brings together not only build quality but also film-style support and power.

For more information, visit www.rogueelementfilms.com.



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