Arriflex D-21

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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.

Overview[edit]

The D-21 uses a Super 35 (4:3 aspect ratio) sized single CMOS sensor and accepts 35 mm film camera lenses (54mm PL mount). It features an optical viewfinder and modular construction.[1]

The D-21 captures images in three general modes: HD ('HD422 (16:9)' or 'HD444 (16:9)'), Mscope, and Data ('ARRIRAW (16:9)' or 'ARRIRAW (4:3)'). Its sensor is a CMOS chip with a Bayer mask,[2] with dimensions of 2880x2160 pixels.[3]

Similar cameras[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Arri Digital Official Arriflex D-21 site
  2. ^ [2] Arri Digtal Bayer Mask
  3. ^ [3] Arri Alexa FAQ

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