09.16.2013 11:34 AM
Upgraded Cineflex HiDEF Offers 4K Formats

Cinematographers and directors can now leverage 4K, 6K and Super 35
FAIRFAX, VA. — General Dynamics Global Imaging Technologies announced that the upgraded Cineflex HiDEF stabilized camera system now has the option to be integrated with a Red Dragon or Arri Alexa XT M, in addition to the previously available Sony HDC-2500.

Current Cineflex HiDEF owners also have the option to upgrade their legacy camera systems to the new design, including a complete system refresh to factory standards.

The new Cineflex HiDEF represents the first 4K camera system available in the Cineflex family of products. The enhanced system design has a five-axis, gyro-stabilized assembly and incorporates fiber-optic technology to ensure compatibility with ultra-HD formats and enable the continued expansion of the system.


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