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Header image for article An In-Depth Look at the Sony VENICE 2 Digital Cinema Camera

An In-Depth Look at the Sony VENICE 2 Digital Cinema Camera

In this blog, I sit down with Simon Marsh, VENICE Product Manager at Sony, and Tim Nagasawa, DIT, for a comprehensive first-look at the recently-announced Sony VENICE 2 digital cinema camera.

We highlight the VENICE 2's newest features and enhancements, as well as discussing Tim and Simon's experiences working with the camera in a variety of situations. To see more footage from the VENICE 2, watch Homecoming, the short film that Tim worked on with Robert McLachlan, ASC, CSC in preparation for the VENICE 2 launch.

Jeff Lee
Director of Education & Product Specialization, AbelCine

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Intro image for article Sony Announces New VENICE 2 Digital Cinema Camera
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Sony has announced a new version of their flagship full frame VENICE camera, VENICE 2. VENICE 2 shares much in common with the existing VENICE body, while bringing a host of new features and advantages, including an 8.6K sensor version (a 6K sensor version, as on the original VENICE is also available; both are full frame), true internal RAW and ProRes recording to AXS media, 16 stops of dynamic range, and new dual native ISOs of 800 and 3200.