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65 mm Reborn

Offering a complete large-format solution for high-end motion pictures, television productions and commercials, the system comprises a 65 mm digital cinema camera, custom-designed prime and zoom lenses, and fast, efficient workflow tools. Capturing uncompressed 65 mm ARRIRAW images of unrivalled intensity and definition, ALEXA 65 represents the pinnacle and flagship of the ALEXA camera platform.


ARRI 765 65mm Film camera

Matthew Williams / Director of Photography

I was born and raised in Los Angeles and graduated from the Academy of Photographic Arts in North Hollywood, specializing in commercial still photography and portraiture. After developing an interest in film and motion picture work, I attended UCLA’s film school to study cinematography. I currently shoot projects ranging from feature films, TV movies & TV series, to 70mm IMAX films, commercials, and have experience with a wide variety of film production formats to the latest full frame digital formats.

LINK: http://www.williamsdp.com/

Matthew Williams prepping Arri 765 65mm camera in Munich, Germany for “Stephen Hawking’s Fate of The Universe” shot in Cambridge, England.

Matt with the MSM 9802 65mm IMAX camera in France for the “Wired To Win” IMAX film.


ROMA

Official trailer, From Academy Award winner Alfonso Cuarón, director of “Gravity” & “Children of Men.” Written and directed by Alfonso Cuarón.

Interview with Alfonso Cuarón about Alexa 65 and why he used it to film “ROMA” by the way the movie is out of this world, hahaha yes Gravity!


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Movie making is not cheap

Stiller Studios

Love High Speed and Mr Moco Bolt – Behind The Scenes


Phantom v2640

High-Speed Camera Can Film 11,750fps in Full HD

The Phantom v2640 has a 4MP CMOS image sensor, which might not sound like a lot. However, it’s capable of capturing at the full resolution of that sensor at the aforementioned 6,600fps. That’s a resolution of 2048 x 1952. If you turn it down to full HD (1080p), the Phantom v2640 is capable of 11,750fps. At standard definition (480p), you can record at 28,760 frames per second.

The internal storage is configurable at the time of purchase with 72GB, 144GB, and 288GB options. Even the maximum storage option won’t hold a ton of video when you’re recording at thousands of frames per second. So, the camera also supports Vision Research’s CineMag IV swappable high-speed storage disks for an additional 1-2TB of space.