Arri showcases its IP lighting workflows, new ALEXA 35 camera and Virtual Production capabilities at IBC 2022

At the IBC 2022 in Amsterdam, film technology company ARRI showcased their products, services, and solutions for the broadcast and media industries. Visitors were able to experience how ARRI’s camera systems in combination with IP based LED lights deliver cinematic images and efficient workflow synergies.

Booth highlights included the ARRI Multicam System with AMIRA Live, the new ALEXA 35 camera, Mini LF, lenses such as Signature Primes and Signatures Zooms, the ARTEMIS 2, TRINITY 2, and SRH-360 stabilizer, as well as a huge range of camera accessories, including the brand-new Radio Interfae Adapter RIA-1.

On the lighting side, ARRI presented its LED portfolio including Orbiter, SkyPanel, and L-Series, not only for hands-on experience on ground but also in action and installed on a rig. IBC attendees were able to learn how a variety of optics including the recently announced Fresnel lens, the new Projection Optics, and the new features released with LiOS2 enhance Orbiters capabilities even more.

Virtual production remains a hot topic in broadcast, with lots of conversations at IBC 2022. The experts from ARRI Solutions have been available to discuss the possibilities in designing and engineering world-class lighting networks and innovative production environments. In addition, show visitors were able to experience ARRI’s lighting and camera workflows on the virtual production booths of the partners Absen and disguise.

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