Category Archives: Arri

September 2017

“TRINITY has renewed my faith”

Steadicam operator Ari Robbins, known for his work on “La La Land,” the  film that won the 2016 Academy Award for Best Cinematography, praises ARRI’s TRINITY stabilizer. “I have been working TRINITY for a good amount of time now. I'm in love with it. Since doing La La Land, I have felt less enthusiastic about working Steadicam®, but now with TRINITY, it's like I get to start all over again. TRINITY has renewed my faith in the tools we harness. Read More...

October 2016

ARRI at IDFA in Amsterdam

From 16th to 27th November 2016 the next International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) takes place in the capital of the Netherlands. With around 3,000 international documentary professionals in attendance, several hundred screenings, workshops, panel discussions and other events, it is arguably one of the biggest and most important festivals of its kind. In 2016 ARRI is once again supporting IDFA as a partner and sponsoring two prestigious, jury-awarded prizes: the ARRI IDFA Award for Best Student Documentary, worth EUR Read More...

Close-up Event: (ARRI TRINITY) Camera Stabilizer Systems – CREATIVITY IN MOTION

TRINITY: revolutionary new ways of operating This event will reveal to you the full capabilities of TRINITY, the flagship of ARRI’s CSS (Camera Stabilizer System) range: a unique, 5-axis hybrid stabilizer that combines classic mechanical stabilization with advanced gimbal technology, opening up revolutionary new ways of operating. For directors and cinematographers, TRINITY takes visual storytelling possibilities to a whole new level; for producers, it allows high-end, truly cinematic camera moves to be achieved with exceptional speed and minimal crew. Who should attend Cinematographers Steadicam Operators Assistants Read More...

September 2016

ALEXA SXT development complete

ARRI is pleased to announce that development of the ALEXA SXT cameras (Super Xtended Technology) is completed. ARRI will now make good on its promise to provide upgrades to all ALEXA XT EV, ALEXA XT Plus and ALEXA XT Studio cameras shipped in 2015 and 2016. In addition to the originally promised upgrade program of a free-of-charge upgrade to SXT in Munich, ARRI has equipped its service stations in London, Los Angeles, New York, Beijing, Hong Kong and Mumbai to perform Read More...

New Master Grips: It’s all in your hands

Expanding its range of ECS (Electronic Control System) accessories, ARRI announces four new Master Grip handgrips, which offer unprecedented fingertip control of ARRI and third-party cameras and lenses when shooting handheld. The primary function of traditional cine-style handgrips is to firmly stabilize a camera on the operator's shoulder. Documentary camera setups include a servo zoom with the handle, allowing certain lens and camera functions to be controlled. In today's industry, the previously separate worlds of cine and documentary equipment have Read More...

New SkyPanel Remote and firmware

  Concurrent with its announcement of the new S120-C fixture, ARRI is extending the versatility of the SkyPanel family with a new handheld remote control unit and a firmware update that brings additional features.  SkyPanel Remote Inspired by the requests of users, the SkyPanel Remote adds new flexibility and ease-of-use for the popular SkyPanel line of luminaires. This handheld remote connects to any SkyPanel via a USB cable and allows for full control of the fixture remotely. This is particularly useful if Read More...

August 2015

“THE JOURNEY”: Behind the scenes captured with ALEXA Mini

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March 2015

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Arri Alexa Mini

Announcing the new ARRI ALEXA Mini ARRI announces the new ALEXA Mini, a versatile additional tool in the ARRI ALEXA camera range that combines a compact and lightweight form factor with the same unparalleled image quality that has made the ALEXA system a gold standard for the industry. Designed for specialized shot-making, the ALEXA Mini perfectly complements a full ALEXA shooting kit and allows crews to eliminate the complications of working with third-party cameras by keeping everything within a single Read More...