ARRI 416 Plus HS Super-16mm High Speed Camera

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The ARRI 416 Plus HS is a lightweight, modern Super 16 film camera, with a 35-style viewfinder and a mirror shutter that can be manually adjusted from 45 to 180 degrees. The 416 Plus HS runs from 1 to 150 fps. Lightweight ergonomic design, integrated electronic accessories and compatibility with a huge palette of PL mount lenses and accessories makes this a powerful and versatile tool.



Fps: 1-150, Speed can be varied while camera runs. Ramps possible with Remote Control Unit RCU-1, Wireless Remote Control WRC-1, WRC-2 and Iris Control Unit ICU-1.
Shutter: Manually adjustable to: 45, 90, 135, 144, 150, 172.8, 180 degrees
Film Format: Super 16 mm, conforming to DIN 15602 and ISO-5768-1998
Film Gate: Super 16 only (12.35 x 7.5 mm, 0.486 x 0.295 inches)
Lens Mount: 54 mm stainless steel PL mount
Sound: <29 db(A) @ 24 fps
Flange Focal Distance: 52.00 mm -0.01
Movement: Silent precision movement, single pull down claw, single registration pin. Pull down pitch adjustable
Viewfinder Eyepiece: Same 8x eyepiece as 235
Eyepiece Extension: Same short and medium extensions as 235
Ground Glass: 16SR 3 fiber optic screens
ARRIGLOW: RGB ARRIGLOW with custom combination of red, green and blue, separate brightness control on camera left side
Weight: 5.8 Kg / 12.8 Lbs
Power Input: 24 Vdc nominal, accepts 21 to 35 Vdc
Battery: Intelligent 29.6V Lithium-ion On Board Battery OBB-2, lasts 5 magazines and about 2 hours in standby. 80 Watt/hours at 950 g / 2 Lbs with built-in power gauge
Accessory Power Outputs: 2x 24V RS connector, 1x 24V REMOTE connector, 1x 24V Heated Eyecup connector, 2x 12V MINI MONITOR connectors on IVS
Temperature Range: -20°C to +50°C (+4°F to +122°F)
Magazine: 416 Shoulder Magazine 120/400 (SHM-3), Timecode module optional
Timecode: Continuous barcode on film edge, 80 bit according to SMPTE RP 114 (same as on 16SR 3) Timecode & Userbits window burn in and VITC on video assist possible