Latin America. Arri now makes it possible for Amira camera owners and operators to record on ArriRaw. The change will involve the installation of the new SUP 5.3 Software Update Package and the purchase of a license. This will offer photographers the option of recording ArriRaw 2.8K up to 48 fps, which further increases the versatility of their Amira and expands the options they can offer their customers.
"This is the answer to an increasing demand," says Markus Duerr, Product Manager Arri Amira. "With ArriRaw's popularity growing, more and more Amira users have been asking us to make it available to them."
The ArriRaw data produced in an Arri Amira can be considered a digital version of a camera negative. It is the only format that maintains the natural response of the color of the camera and great latitude of exposure as sensor data without compressing and without encrypting. The raw data originally recorded remains pristine, thus providing flexibility in post-production and in raw data file.
The Arri Amira is a versatile camera system that combines exceptional image quality and affordable CFast 2.0 workflows with an ergonomic design optimized for single operator use and improved shoulder camera handling. The Amira, a camera ready to take out of the suitcase and roll, is robust enough to take it anywhere and has internal gradation with preloaded LUT 3D as well as slow motion recording to 200 fps. It is suitable for a wide variety of productions, from reports to corporate films, telenovelas and low budget films.