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Header image for article NAB 2014: Arri AMIRA

NAB 2014: Arri AMIRA

Back at last year's IBC show, Arri revealed their new AMIRA camera, and at NAB this year we are lucky enough to have one in our booth. Aimed at ENG and documentary productions, the AMIRA features a compact design and the same sensor found in the ALEXA.

Arri has definitely taken into consideration the needs of single operators, with a 1280x1024 OLED EVF and a rugged flip-out LCD display that also doubles as the menu display. Check out the video above as I give you a 360-degree tour of the camera.

Andy Shipsides

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