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May 26, 2023—RedShark interviews cinematographer and inventor Pawel Achtel, ACS, about the ACHTEL 9x7 Digital Cinema Camera, which was specifically designed for IMAX, giant screen, VFX, and VR cinema productions. The camera uses a 9344x7000 sensor (hence the 9x7 brand name) with true correlated double sampling to be able to resolve up to 18,688x14,000 (260 Megapixels) resolution. In the interview, Pawel shares the history of the 9x7, technical specifications, and how it's being used.
July 12, 2021—Achtel Pty Limited, a digital cinema equipment
maker, and XM2 Pursuit, specialists of aerial and ground-based camera
platforms, announced this week that the general rental of the 9x7 is now
available. The 9x7 is a new high-end cinema camera with global shutter
and ground-breaking sharpness. It has unmatched low-light capabilities
and color accuracy that offers superior image quality at a lower cost.
Aimed to replace multi-camera arrays and 70mm film, the 9x7 specifically
targets high-end VFX, VR, Giant Screen and IMAX productions. Advanced
motion control and post workflows combine to provide new opportunities
for film makers.
September 14, 2020—With the launch this week of the new ACHTEL 9x7
camera, the world’s largest cinema screens are about to get sharper.
Much, much sharper. The ACHTEL 9x7, designed specifically for IMAX and
Giant Screen production, has almost twice the resolution of
industry-leading RED Monstro cameras and over 26 times their maximum
data rate, or bandwidth. But it’s not just in terms of resolution that
this extraordinary, new camera leads the way.
September 16, 2018—Achtel
Pty Limited (www.achtel.com)
announces the industry's first 8K, 48 Megapixel, 4:3 aspect ratio, large format
digital cinema camera system. The system is specifically designed for IMAX and
giant screen cinema films striving to achieve the highest image quality and
immersive visual experience.
May 20, 2016—Underwater camera guru Pawel Achtel has won a Golden Tripod at this year’s prestigious Australian Cinematography Society ceremony in Adelaide, Australia. His short film production Sea of Love
, shot in giant screen quality, was awarded the Ron Taylor AM ACS Award for Wildlife and Nature films.
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