Eclipse Aerial System

Complete Versatility: Film Cameras, Digital Cinema, Anamorphic Lenses

The Eclipse™ provides open-architecture for greater choice in digital or film camera and lens combinations. At the core of the Eclipse’s™ superior stability is the patented XR Motion Management™ technology enabling the most advanced steering, stability and pointing capabilities available on the market for a large gimbal. The Eclipse can be configured for almost any combination of camera and lens packages including the ARRI 65, ARRI IMAX, ARRI Alexa Mini, RED 8K Weapon, Panavision Millennium DXL, Sony F65, Panasonic Varicam and many others.

ARRI MINIARRI ALEXA MINI with Bailey 40-80 Anamorphic Lens for music video project.

Panavision DXL

Panavision has just announced that it’s collaborated with RED and Light Iron, to produce a new large format digital camera, the Millennium DXL. It has the huge RED 16-bit 35.5 megapixel CMOS sensor with a resolution of 8192×4320; the diagonal is 46.31mm. Native ISO is 800 ASA and can be set up to 12000 ISO.
The camera records 8K RAW and if you want it will simultaneously record a 4K proxy or 4K file in Apple ProRes or Avid DNx. The Millennium DXL can shoot at 60fps in 8K full frame (8192×4320) or you can get a slightly higher frame rate of 75fps in the 2.4:1 aspect ratio (8192×3456).


ARRI 65 Aerial PlatformALEXA 65 rigged with Panavision Primo 200-400 lens for high profile national commercial.

The ALEXA 65 system offers a complete large-format solution for high-end theatrical motion pictures. ALEXA 65 comprises a 65 mm digital cinema camera, custom-designed prime and zoom lenses, and fast, efficient workflow tools. The ALEXA 65 camera is a scaled-up version of an ALEXA XT, able to capture an uncompressed ARRIRAW 65 mm image of stunning intensity and definition.



WEAPON 8K boasts a 35.4 megapixel sensor to capture 8K 2.4:1 at up to 75 FPS, and 8K Full Frame at 60 fps. WEAPON’s upgraded design features a number of enhancements: including automatic black shade calibrations, improved low light sensor performance, and an intelligent OLPF system. WEAPON cameras are also equipped to support 1D and 3D LUTs—giving colorists and post production teams more control than ever before.