Silicon Imaging
The Silicon Imaging (SI-2K) is a 2K digital video camera based around a single 16mm-sized CMOS sensor. It can record direct to disk in the compressed CineForm RAW format, and is notable for its tiny d...
Dalsa Origin
The Dalsa Origin was the first camera designed and built by Dalsa Corporation to be used specifically for digital cinematography.
The Dalsa Origin was the first commercially available digital cine...
Digital cinematography
Digital cinematography is the process of capturing motion pictures as digital video images, as opposed to the historical use of film stock. Digital capture may occur on video tape, hard disks, flash m...
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List of major films shot in digital
In the last decade a large number of movies have been shot digitally. Some of them are independent, low-budget productions, while others are major Hollywood or European productions. The movies on the ...
Arriflex D-20
The Arriflex D-20 is a film-style digital motion picture camera made by Arri first introduced in November 2005. The camera's attributes are its optical viewfinder, modularity, and 35mm-width CMOS sen...
Panavision HD-900F
The Panavision HD-900F is the first digital high definition camera, able to record using the standard motion picture frame rate of 24 frames per second. It is the result of a colaboration of Panavisio...
CineAlta
Sony's CineAlta 24P HD cameras are a series of professional digital video cameras that offer many of the same features of 35mm motion picture cameras.
CineAlta is a brand name used by Sony to desc...
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Digital cinematography cameras
Digital movie cameras for digital cinematography are digital video cameras that capture digitally rather than the historically used movie camera, which shoots on film stock. Different digital movie ca...
Canon EOS C100
The EOS C100 is a digital cinema camera made by Canon, announced on August 29, 2012. It was the third camera from the Canon Cinema EOS line to be released, and is the budget camera in the range, being...
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CamCutter
CamCutter is a digital video camera technology developed by Ikegami and Avid Technology for recording broadcast quality video to hard disk, dubbed a Digital Disk Recorder. First revealed in 1995 at th...
Canon EOS-1D C
The Canon EOS-1D C is an 18.1-megapixel CMOS digital single-lens reflex camera (digital SLR) made by Canon in the Cinema EOS range. It shares many features with the Canon EOS 1D X. It was publicly ann...
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List of television programs shot in digital
In the last decade a large number of television series have been shot digitally. The series on the following list are shot mainly digitally. As the camera is only one half of the image-capture equatio...
Venger
Venger is a branded film series directed by Marc Furmie. It is seen as a possible re-invention of the BMW film series The Hire. Production on the 15-minute movie began in July 2010 when executive pro...
Canon EOS C300
The EOS C300 is a digital cinema camera in the Cinema EOS range. It was announced by Canon on November 3, 2011. The camera is offered with the option of Canon EF or Arri PL mounts, and has been availa...
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Canon EOS C500
The EOS C500 is a digital cinema camera released by Canon in August 2012. The camera is offered with the option of Canon EF or Arri PL mounts.
The Canon EOS C500 is Canon's second camera to form p...
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List of films shot in digital
In the last decade a large number of movies have been shot digitally. Some of them are independent, low-budget productions, while others are major Hollywood or European productions. The movies on the ...
Fusion Camera System
Fusion Camera System (a.k.a. Reality Camera System 1) is a Digital movie camera system developed by James Cameron and Vince Pace. It was developed as a way to shoot features in stereoscopic 3D. The Fu...
Digital movie camera
Digital movie cameras for digital cinematography are digital video cameras that capture digitally rather than the historically used movie camera, which shoots on film stock. Different digital movie ca...
Arriflex D-21
The Arriflex D-21 is a film-style digital motion picture camera introduced by Arri in 2008 to replace their earlier generation Arriflex D-20.
The D-21 uses a Super 35 (4:3 aspect ratio) sized sing...
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Red Digital Cinema Camera Company
The Red Digital Cinema Camera Company is an American company that manufactures professional-grade digital cinematography and photography tools. It was solely founded and financed by Oakley founder Jim...
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Genesis (camera)
The Genesis is Panavision's high-end digital movie camera, which uses a proprietary, full frame 35 mm-width, 1.78:1 (16:9) aspect ratio, 12.4-megapixel, RGB filtered CCD. It was first used by a f...
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List of large sensor interchangeable-lens video cameras
List of digital video cameras with an image sensor larger than 2/3 inch and producing video in a horizontal resolution equal or higher than 1920 pixels.
Varicam
VariCam is a brand name associated with the specialized Panasonic video cameras that are mostly used to imitate the look and feel of motion picture cameras. They have been used for many feature films....
Contour (camera system)
Mova is a multi-camera high resolution facial capture system originally developed by San Francisco based Rearden Labs. The system captures images which are then used to generate dense per frame surfac...
Arri Alexa
The Arri Alexa is a film-style digital motion picture camera system made by Arri first introduced in April 2010. The camera marks Arri's first major transition into digital cinematography after smalle...
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Digital cinema
Digital cinema refers to the use of digital technology to distribute or project motion pictures as opposed to the historical use of motion picture film. A movie can be distributed via hard drives, the...
Chroma subsampling
Chroma subsampling is the practice of encoding images by implementing less resolution for chroma information than for luma information, taking advantage of the human visual system's lower acuity for c...
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