ARRI ALEXA 35 4.6K Super 35 Digital Camera User Manual

Download User Manual for Arnold & Richter Cine Technik ARRI ALEXA 35 4.6K Super 35 Digital Camera [117 pages D45 10006703 2022 pdf/zip]

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Description

ALEXA 35 is a 4K Super 35 camera that elevates digital cinematography to unprecedented heights.
Impressively low noise and sensitivity settings ranging from EI 160 to EI 6400 make ALEXA 35 a “High ISO” camera. An optional Enhanced Sensitivity Mode can be applied to settings between EI 2560 and EI 6400, producing an even cleaner image in low light.
ARRI Textures provide a new and unique way for cinematographers to exert greater creative control on set. A texture defines the amount and character of grain in an image, as well as the amount of contrast at different levels of detail, perceived by the viewer as sharpness.
ALEXA 35 is the smallest fully featured ARRI production camera ever, packing the features and processing power of a larger ALEXA into a Mini-sized body. Fast and easy operation is assured through usability improvements such as a new left side display and additional user buttons. Temperature resistant, splash and dust proof, and conceived with future hardware and software updates in mind, ALEXA 35 is the best A-camera, B-camera, and drone or gimbal camera on the market, all rolled into one.

This user manual is aimed at everyone involved in using the system and provides directions on how to operate it safely and as intended.
To ensure safe and correct use, all users need to read the ALEXA 35 Operating Manual before using the system for the first time. It contains detailed information on how to use the system safely.
This user manual is an essential part of the product and should be easily accessible and in proximity to the equipment so that users can use it as a reference anytime.
Keep the ALEXA 35 User Manual, the ALEXA 35 Operating Manual and all other instructions belonging to the system in a safe place for future reference and possible subsequent owners.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1 Contents
2 About this Document
3 Introduction to the ALEXA 35
4 Camera Body Overview
5 Multi Viewfinder MVF-2 Overview
6 Power Supply
7 Menu Operation: HOME Screen, On-screen Keyboard, Working with Lists and Importing Files, Side Display, User Storage, Info Screens
8 Status Information and Overlays
9 Main Parameters: Project Settings, Sensor Frame Rate, Shutter, Exposure Index, ND Filter, White Balance, Timecode
10 Look Settings: Color Processing and Color Space, Look File ALF4, Setting the Look, Look Intensity
11 ARRI Textures
12 Recording: Recording Medium, Recording Codec, Sensor Mode & Recording Resolution, Starting Recording, Prerecording, Clip Naming Scheme, Audio Recording, Rec Beeper and Tally
13 Playback
14 Monitoring: Surround View, Magnification, Frame Lines, False Color, Peaking, Zoom, SDI Settings, EVF and Flip-out Monitor Settings, Return In, SDI Color Bars
15 User Buttons
16 Synchronization
17 Sensor Settings: Mirroring the Sensor Image, User Pixel Masking
18 System Settings: Language Setting, System Time and Date, Button and Display Settings, Fan Settings, Reset of Electronic Horizon, Update, Update of Camera Software, Update of Camera Components, Update of LBUS Devices, Update of Codex Compact Drive, Update of PDM-1
19 User Setups: User Setup Parameter Blocks
20 Network: WiFi Settings, Ethernet Settings, Streaming Metadata
21 Metadata
22 Lens & Electronic Control System (ECS): White Radio Configuration, Lens Motors, Lens Data, Lens Data Archive, Changing a Lens, EF Lens Iris Adjustment, Enable Lens Mount
23 Remote Control: Web Remote, Camera Access Protocol (CAP), Camera Companion App, Hand Units Hi-5 and WCU-4
24 ALEXA 35 Accessories: Lens Mounts, Changing the Lens Mount, Mechanical Accessories, Bottom Accessories, Top Accessories, Side Accessories, Other Accessories, Electronic Accessories, Battery Adapters
25 Appendix: Data Rates, Recording Times and Max. FPS, Companion Tools, Connector Pin-Outs, Dimensional Drawings

ALEXA 35 ARRI Textures TECHNICAL NOTE (9 pages July 20, 2022)
This document explains ARRI Textures and is meant as a guide for deciding on the right ARRI Texture for your project with the ALEXA 35.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. Introduction
2. What are ARRI Textures?
3. Viewing ARRI Textures
4. ARRI Texture Names
5. ARRI Textures in the ALEXA 35: K445 Default, P425 Cosmetic, G733 Nostalgic, G522 Soft Nostalgic, F567 Clarity, F578 High Clarity, L345 Shadow, H457 Deep Shadow
6. ARRI Textures Frequently Asked Question: Why are the Textures so subtle? How can I add new ARRI Textures? Can I create my own ARRI Textures? What is the best ARRI Texture to match ALEXA 35 to existing ARRI cameras? What is the best ARRI Texture to shoot green/blue screen with the ALEXA 35?
7. Test before use
8. Contact

ARRI LogC4 Logarithmic Color Space SPECIFICATION (10 pages May, 1st 2022)
This document describes the ARRI LogC4 logarithmic color space, hereinafter referred to as ARRI LogC4 or LogC4, and its use.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1 Introduction
2 Version History
3 Hardware Encoding
3.1 LogC4 Hardware Encoding Curve
4 Specification
4.1 ARRI LogC4 Curve: Encoding Function, Decoding Function
4.2 ARRI Wide Gamut 4: RGB Primaries, White Point
4.3 ARRI LogC4: ARRI LogC4 to CIE XYZ Conversion, ARRI LogC4 to ACES Conversion
5 Contact
Appendices
A Reference CTL Implementation
B Reference ARRI LogC4 Values

ARRI ALEXA 35 Workflow & Post Guide GUIDELINE (7 pages May 31st, 2022)
This document gives you a brief workflow overview on how to work with ALEXA 35. We will update this document from time to time and later add additional information to our website in the Learn & Help section.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1 Introduction
2 Major changes in the ARRI ALEXA 35
2.1 Technical updates & specifications
2.2 MXF container & metadata
2.3 File & Reel Naming
2.4 ARRI Textures
2.5 New image science and Log C
2.6 ARRI Wide Gamut 4
2.7 LogC4
3 Looks & 3D LUTs for LogC4
3.1 Looks on set
3.2 Manual Look Creation
3.3 Using 3D LUTs
3.4 3D LUTs in post-production
4 3rd Party Support
5 Contact