Camera manufacturer Panavision has this week unveiled its new Panavision DXL2 Millennium camera that comes equipped with an 8K RED Sensor offering 16 Stops, 35 Megapixels and 1,600 Native ISO. The Panavision DXL2 8K camera fitted with the RED Monstro sensor offers photographers and filmmakers 16bits of colour across 35 million pixels at up to 60 frames per second, and boasts the quietest signal-to-noise ratios on the market. When combined with the Panavision large format lenses, the DXL system offer creators “the optimum system for creating the unmatched aesthetic of large format cinematography”, says Panavision. Check out the promotional video below to learn more about the Panavision DXL2 8K camera.
As explained in the video the Millenium DXL2 camera uses RED’s Monstro 8K VistaVision sensor, providing users with 16-bit, 8,192 x 4,320 RAW output with a massive 16 stops of dynamic range. The Millennium DXL2 range of cameras and lenses has been created to offer filmmakers 8K@ 60fps solutions. The DXL is also the first camera with integrated electronic and interchangeable Flexible Modules enabling filmmakers to customise the body shape, function and design of their system.
If you are interested in getting your hands on the Panavision DXL2 8K camera, don’t forget Panavision don’t actually sell cameras but rent them out on a daily basis which you can expect to be priced at around $1000 or more depending on your camera rig setup. For more details on the Millennium Panavision DXL2 camera and rental options available jump over to the official website by following the link below.Filed Under: Camera News, Technology News, Top News