Arri launches 360 EVO, a stabilized remote head

The 360 EVO is a new development consisting in a stabilized remote head with 360-degree roll axis rotation

Arri has unveiled its latest flagship product, the 360 EVO, a stabilized remote head equipped with full-circle rotation capabilities on both the roll and pan axes. This new addition offers a more robust design that former devices, integrated remote system functionality, and a seamless upgrade path for existing SRH-360 owners.

One of the standout features of the 360 EVO is its ability to achieve 360-degree rotation on both the roll and pan axes, allowing for more creative shooting possibilities.

The 360 EVO shares hardware and software components with the Trinity 2. A new graphical user interface (GUI) and various accessories are also common to both systems, creating a seamlessly integrated lineup of hard and soft-mounted stabilizer options.

Operators familiar with Trinity 2 will appreciate the continuity in workflow as the 360 EVO runs on the same software platform, featuring the GUI displayed on its touchscreen remote control panel. Additionally, the two products utilize the same cables, brackets, and SAM plates for mounting different cameras. Control tools like Arri’s Digital Remote Wheels DRW-1 and the new Digital Encoder Head DEH-2 can be used interchangeably, allowing for a smooth transition for Trinity 2 users interested in the 360 EVO.

LBUS connectivity is included for efficient digital and metadata workflows. Moreover, the new software and GUI are geared towards long-term Unreal Engine integration. Future plug-and-play control of the 360 EVO via the internet will be possible through an authorized repeater cloud service.

The 360 EVO is set to begin customer shipments and upgrades for SRH-360 owners in the first quarter of 2024.

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