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    The ARRI ALEXA is 10 years old


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    The most significant Digital Cine camera that has ever been released :)
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    Vincent,

    No matter what others here or elsewhere think of ARRI, you have to "Give the Devil His Due"!
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    Now let's make up to date cameras. Lol
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    ARRI Tech Talk Live: 10th Anniversary of ALEXA // English Version


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    It's interesting that they are working on a new sensor which should come out sometime this year or possibly next year with all that is going on. I was begining to wonder if they would just stick with the ALEV III forever since it's held up so well over the years. I guess they sort of have to as not everyone is going to want to shoot full frame to make Netflix happy. They were talking about a Super 35 sensor though so I wonder if it will be 4:3 for anamorphic lenses as well and S35 is just short hand for a 35mm sensor these days or if they really are just going to start out with Super 35.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig W. Bickerstaff View Post
    It's interesting that they are working on a new sensor which should come out sometime this year or possibly next year with all that is going on. I was begining to wonder if they would just stick with the ALEV III forever since it's held up so well over the years. I guess they sort of have to as not everyone is going to want to shoot full frame to make Netflix happy. They were talking about a Super 35 sensor though so I wonder if it will be 4:3 for anamorphic lenses as well and S35 is just short hand for a 35mm sensor these days or if they really are just going to start out with Super 35.
    I think the term "S35" and " Super 35" get thrown around so much these days that you never know . But I think that if anyone from the major manufacturers of high end cameras would stick to adhering to Academy formats standards terminology it would be Arri. I think Red has spoiled us by giving us more than we expect.
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