Comparison of Movie Cameras

Comparison Of Movie Cameras

The 35 mm film gauge has long been the most common gauge in professional usage, and thus enjoys the greatest number of cameras currently available for professional usage. The modern era of 35 mm cameras dates to the 1970s, when Arri's Arriflex 35BL and Panavision's original Panaflex models emerged as the first self-blimped, lightweight cameras. Another distinguishing characteristic of modern cameras is the adoption of stronger lens mount seatings secured with a breech lock - namely the Arri PL and PV mount, both of which were designs descended from the BNCR mount of Mitchell cameras.

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... A limited number of cameras prior to this period are listed due to their prevalence in special applications ... Camera model Camera line Manufacturer Introduced Weight MOS/Sync Lens mount 7LTR (Super 16) Aaton LTR Aaton 1974 Sync Aaton universal Panaflex 16 ("The ...

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