ARRI introduces $60,000 Alexa Supercamera


A good quality camera figures high on the list of every budding film maker. But budget constraints usually never allow amateur film makers to indulge on a very high quality camera. If you are one of the few amateur film makers who has absolutely no budget constraints, then you must go all out and invest in the amazing Alexa supercamera from ARRI. Flaunting a $60,000 price tag, this supercamera from the legendary makers of film camera, boasts of a Super 35 CMOS Bayer sensor developed by ARRI themselves. This sensor allows the user to shoot uncompressed 2K resolutions to an external hard drive, or in 1080p to flash memory thanks to an SxS card module, which can be swapped out for different storage sometime in the future.

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Furthermore, with the Alexa supercamera you can shoot high-definition, 1080p video, import it to Final Cut Pro and edit it without spending length hours converting the video first. With the Alexa, ARRI is competing with RED for the section of the high-end, professional-caliber digital camera market.
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