Stephan Komandarev at Cannes 2017
Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev worked with cinematographer Vesselin Hristov on his film DIRECTIONS, which follows multiple taxi drivers navigating the streets of Sofia on the same evening. The film was shot in long, continuous takes with an ALEXA Mini. BTS photos: Argo Film. Production stills: Argo Film.
Ed Lachman ASC at Cannes 2017
Legendary cinematographer Ed Lachman ASC chose to work mainly on 35 mm film for LOVELESS, his latest collaboration with director Todd Haynes. ARRICAMs captured 90% of the action, though an ALEXA Mini was used for challenging scenes in a museum. Production stills: Cinetic Media.
ARRI Lightweight Matte Box LMB-4x5
Suited for a wide range of applications in just one product, the robust but lightweight LMB 4x5 allows for an unprecedented level of flexibility.
Bill Bennett ASC on ARRI LDS
Using the ARRI Lens Data System creates an immediate benefit on set. See here the advantages of LDS from a users point of view.
NAB 2017: ARRI Booth Highlights
Missed NAB 2017? Get a glimpse at some of the action at ARRI's booth. Products featured include our new crew bags, Master Grips, Look Library, SkyPanel Firmware 3.0, Amira multi-cam and much more.
NAB 2017: ARRI Electronic Control Systems
Expanding its range of Electronic Control System accessories, Master Grip handgrips offer unprecedented fingertip control of ARRI and third-party cameras and lenses when shooting handheld. ARRI's Hendrik Voss gives us an overview at their exciting NAB debut.
NAB 2017: New Accessories for ALEXA Mini
ARRI's Jeanfre Fachon discusses new accessories for ALEXA Mini: Compact Bridgeplate CBP-1, Rear Accessory Bracket and more.
NAB 2017: ALEXA Mini Software Update Package 5.0
ARRI's Lars Hartmann talks about enhancements for the ALEXA Mini with the new SUP 5.0 including WCU-4 integration, wireless lens file transfer, wireless playback control, improved user setups, multi-camera sync, support of 1.3x anamorphic lenses, easier and more stable timecode synchronization, Chinese user interface and more.
NAB 2017: Electronic Ballast MAX 1.8
Designed for all discharge lampheads between 575 and 1,800 W, the EB MAX 1.8 combines cutting-edge features with new remote control possibilities. ARRI's Florian Bloch explains the optimal performance and advanced controls at any frame rate from this unique ballast.