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ARRI's MMB-2 Mini Mattebox

Arri recently released their new Mini Mattebox, the MMB-2, which has all the quality that Arri's products are known for in a lightweight package. The MMB-2 has a single 4x4 filter stage and a 4x5.6 filter stage, and is so lightweight that it easily clips on to just about any lens. It also has a 114mm back, which fits exactly onto the Zeiss Compact Prime.2 lenses.

If you have still lenses, like Canon EF glass, Arri also make a series of rings that thread onto your lens so the mattebox fits perfectly. Arri also has a dual 4x5.6 filter stage model that gives more flexibility to anyone with a lot of 4x5.6" filters. Both models are a great fit for cameras like the Sony F3 and the Canon C300. Watch my video above to learn more.

Andy Shipsides
Chief Technology Officer / Camera Tech Specialist, AbelCine LA

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