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Supplier of movement motion-picture show motion-picture show equipment

Arnold & Richter Cine Technik (A&R)
Blazon Private
Industry Movement motion picture equipment
Founded 12 September 1917; 105 years agone
 (12 September 1917)
Founders August Arnold
Robert Richter
Headquarters

Munich

,

Frg

Products Motion moving picture cameras
Cine lenses
Lighting equipment
Archive technologies
Digital surgical microscope
Revenue €420 meg[i] (2019)

Number of employees

i,397[ii] (2019)
Website www.arri.com

The Arri Group
() is a High german manufacturer of motion picture picture equipment. Based in Munich, the company was founded in 1917.[3]
It produces professional film cameras, lenses, lighting and postal service-production equipment. Hermann Simon mentioned this visitor in his book
Hidden Champions of the 21st Century
equally an example of a “hidden champion”.[four]
The Arri Alexa camera system was used to film Academy Award winners for Best Cinematography including
Hugo,[5]
Life of Pi,[6]
Gravity,[7]
Birdman,[8]
The Revenant
[9]
and
1917.

History

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Early history

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Arri was founded in Munich, Deutschland on 12 September 1917 past Baronial Arnold and Robert Richter as
Arnold & Richter Cinematics Technik. The acronym
Arri
was derived from the initial two letters of the founders’ surnames,
Arnold and
Richter.[10]
[11]

In 1924, Arnold and Richter developed their kickoff flick photographic camera, the modest and portable Kinarri 35.[12]
In 1937, Arri introduced the globe’s first reflex mirror shutter in the Arriflex 35 photographic camera, an invention of longtime engineer Erich Kästner. This engineering science employs a rotating mirror that allows a continuous motor to operate the camera while providing parallax-free reflex viewing to the operator,[13]
and the power to focus the image past centre through the viewfinder, much similar an SLR camera for photography. The reflex design was subsequently used in nearly every professional person motion picture flick camera and is still used in the Arri Alexa Studio digital camera. The offset Hollywood picture show to employ an Arriflex was the 1947 Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall motion-picture show
Dark Passage
in 1947. Over the years, more than 17,000 Arriflex 35s were built.[14]
The design was recognized with ii Scientific and Technical Academy Awards in 1966 and 1982.


1950–1989

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Lens used on Apollo missions

In 1952, Arri introduced the Arriflex 16ST, the first professional person 16mm camera with a reflex viewing system.[15]
[11]
[16]
[17]
In 1965, a self-blimped 16mm camera was released: the Arriflex 16BL.[xviii]
The Arriflex 35BL followed in 1972 as a lightweight, tranquility alternative to the rather heavy and cumbersome blimped cameras of the time.[19]
Too in 1972, Arri pioneered the development of daylight luminaires with the Arrisonne 2000 W.[
citation needed
]

The Arriflex 16SR, launched in 1975, featured a redesigned viewfinder with a through-the-lens light meter.[20]
The Arriflex 765, a 65mm photographic camera, was released in 1989, partly in response to the growing industry demand for 70mm release prints.[21]


1990–2009

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The Arriflex 535 camera was released in 1990, followed past the Arriflex 535B and the Arriflex 16SR 3 in 1992. The Arriflex 435 was released in 1994.[22]
[23]

Arri partnered with Carl Zeiss AG in club to develop and manufacture avant-garde lenses for the move picture show industry. In 1998, Arri released the Ultra Prime number lenses.[24]

Development of the Arrilaser, a postproduction picture recorder, began in 1997 and it was released for beta testing in 1998.[25]
[26]

In 2000, Arri purchased the company Moviecam and developed Arricam, a 35mm camera platform. In 2003, Arri developed its first digital camera, the Arriflex D-20,[27]
which later evolved into the D-21. The camera used a 35mm CMOS sensor (instead of CCD) and immune cinematographers to utilize standard 35mm lenses. This engineering was farther adult and improved for the Arri Alexa photographic camera.[
citation needed
]

Arri revealed its Arriscan prototype during IBC 2003. The 16mm/35mm flick scanner worked alongside the Arrilaser to support the increasingly popular digital intermediate road through postproduction.[28]
Afterwards, the Arriscan became a widely used tool for film restoration work and was recognized with a Scientific and Engineering Academy Award in 2009.[29]

Arri released the Main Prime number lenses in 2005, designed for a super-fast aperture of T1.iii without animate and distortion.[30]
[31]
In 2007, the Chief Prime number 14mm and 150mm lenses were released.[32]

The Arrilaser 2 was released in 2009, with new client-server architecture and speeds twice as fast as the original model.[33]
In 2011, the Arrilaser was recognized with an Academy Award of Merit.[25]


2010–present

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In 2010, the Arri Alexa photographic camera was released. The camera had the ability to shrink 1080p footage to ProRes QuickTime formats and allowed direct-to-edit workflows.[34]
Later on models added to the range included the Alexa Plus, Alexa Studio and Alexa M, which was designed to get the camera closer to the action,[35]
The Alexa Plus 4:3, like the Alexa Studio, allowed the total area of the sensor to be used with anamorphic lenses.[36]


The 16mm Arriflex 416 camera and Ultra Prime 16 lenses were used in the filming of the 2010 film
Black Swan.[37]

Arri announced a strategic partnership with Zeiss and Fujinon in 2010 to create new lenses that incorporated enhanced electronic lens information transfer in order to simplify visual effects workflows in postproduction.[38]
[39]
The Arri/Fujinon Alura Zooms were released that same year, while the Arri/Zeiss Master Anamorphic lens series was released in 2012.[forty]
[41]

In 2013, Arri created
Arri Medical, a concern unit that utilizes its camera technology for medical purposes.[42]
Apart from a medical imaging documentation service,[43]
it has developed a fully digital 3D surgical microscope chosen the Arriscope.[43]


The Arri Alexa 65, released in 2014, was used in the filming of
The Revenant
equally well as
Mission: Incommunicable – Rogue Nation
and
Star Wars: Rogue I.[44]
The Arri Amira camera was also released in 2014.[22]
In 2015, four of the five nominees for the cinematography category of the University Awards were filmed using the Arri Alexa.[45]

Arri’s subsidiary postproduction and creative services visitor, Arri Moving-picture show & TV, was renamed Arri Media in 2015 equally office of a visitor restructuring.[46]
At NAB 2015, the SkyPanel LED fixtures were introduced by Arri. The SC60 and the SC30 have a full color tunable LED choice.[47]

In April 2016, Arri acquired the Artemis photographic camera stabilizer systems developed past Curt O. Schaller from Sachtler / Vitec Videocom.[48]
[49]
As a consequence, Arri became the exclusive seller of Artemis Trinity stabilizers.[50]
At NAB 2016, Arri unveiled its version of the Trinity system.[51]

Awards

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University of Move Moving picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering Award Arnold & Richter KG ARRIFLEX 35mm 1966
Academy of Movement Picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering Honour Joachim Gerb and Erich Kästner of the Arnold & Richter Visitor ARRIFLEX 35BL 1973
University Honor of Merit August Arnold and Erich Kästner of Arnold & Richter, GmbH The concept and engineering of the first operational 35mm handheld, spinning-mirror reflex movement motion-picture show camera 1982
Academy of Motion Flick Arts and Sciences Scientific and Technology Award Carl Zeiss Visitor and Arnold & Richter Zeiss loftier-speed 35mm film photographic camera lenses 1987
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering Award Arnold & Richter engineer Otto Blaschek and Arriflex Corporation ARRIFLEX 35 III 1988
Academy of Motion Pic Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering Accolade Applied science Department of Arnold & Richter ARRIFLEX 35BL 4S 1990
University of Move Picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering science Award Arnold & Richter, Otto Blaschek and the Engineering Department of ARRI Austria ARRIFLEX 765 1992
Gordon E. Sawyer University Honour Erich Kästner, Chief Blueprint Engineer at Arnold & Richter from 1932 to 1982 Technical contributions to the industry 1992
Academy of Motion Motion picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering Honour Arnold & Richter Cine Technik The evolution of the ARRIFLEX 535 serial of cameras 1995
Academy of Motility Motion picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering science Award Arnold & Richter Cine Technik and ARRI The states, Inc. ARRIFLEX 435 1998
Academy of Motion Movie Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering science Award Arnold & Richter Cine Technik and Carl Zeiss Company ARRI/ZEISS Variable Prime lenses 1998
University of Film Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering Award Franz Kraus, Johannes Steurer and Wolfgang Riedel ARRILASER film recorder 2001
Television set Academy of Arts and Sciences Emmy Award Arri Over 50 years of outstanding achievement in engineering science evolution 2002
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences) Academy Honor of Merit Arnold & Richter Cine Technik and Panavision Continuing development and innovation in the design and manufacturing of avant-garde camera systems 2002
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Technical Award Klemens Kehrer, Josef Handler, Thomas Smidek and Marc Shipman-Mueller ARRIFLEX 235 2006
Academy of Motion-picture show Arts and Sciences Scientific and Technical Award Walter Trauninger and Ernest Tschida ARRI WRC wireless remote lens command organisation 2006
Academy of Move Flick Arts and Sciences Scientific and Applied science Award Erwin Melzner, Volker Schumacher and Timo Mueller ARRIMAX 18/12 lighting fixture 2008
University of Motility Picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Engineering Award Michael Cieslinski, Dr. Reimar Lenz and Bernd Brauner ARRISCAN film scanner 2009
University of Motion Moving picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Technical Accolade Juergen Noffke and Uwe Weber ARRI/ZEISS Master Prime lenses 2011
University of Motility Picture Arts and Sciences Scientific and Technical Award Franz Kraus, Johannes Steurer, Wolfgang Riedel ARRILASER moving picture recorder 2011
Academy of Motion Flick Arts and Sciences Scientific and Technical Award Arri ALEXA camera system[52] 2017
Deutscher Filmpreis (Lola) Arri Special laurels for extraordinary technical achievement[53] 2017
Tv University of Arts and Sciences Emmy Award Arri ALEXA camera organization[54] 2017

Products

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Camera lines
  • Kinarri 35 (1924)
  • Kinarri 16 (1928)
  • Arriflex 35 (1937)
  • Arriflex 35 Ii (1946)
  • Arriflex 16ST (1952)
  • Arriflex 16M (1960)
  • Arriflex 35 IIC (1964)
  • Arriflex 16BL (1965)
  • Arritechno 35 (1970)
  • Arriflex 35BL (1972)
  • Arriflex 16SR (1975)
  • Arriflex 35BL 2 (1975)
  • Arriflex 35BL 3 (1980)
  • Arriflex 35 IIIC (1982)
  • Arriflex 16SR2 (1982)
  • Arriflex 35BL 4 (1986)
  • Arriflex 35BL 4S (1988)
  • Arriflex 765 (1989)
  • Arriflex 535 (1990)
  • Arriflex 535 B (1992)
  • Arriflex 16SR 3 (1992)
  • Arriflex 435 (1994)
  • Arriflex 435 ES (1995)
  • Arricam Studio and Low-cal (2000)
  • Arriflex 235 (2003)
  • Arriflex D-20/21 (2003/2008)
  • Arriflex 416 (2006)
  • Arri Alexa (2010)
  • Arri Amira (2013)
  • Arri Alexa 65 (2014)
  • Arri Alexa Mini (2015)
  • Arri Alexa SXT (2016)
  • Arri Alexa LF (2018)
  • Arri Alexa Mini LF (2019)
  • Arri Alexa 35 (2022)
Lighting
  • Arri Fresnel (1937)
  • Arri Gigant (1952)
  • Arrisonne 2000 (1972)
  • Arri Apollo (1979)
  • Arri Studio (1988)
  • Arri Compact Daylight (1991)
  • Arrisun 40/25 (1992)
  • Arrilux Pocket PAR (1996)
  • ARRIMAX eighteen/12 (2005)
  • Arri M40 (2011)
  • Arri L7 LED Fresnel (2011)
  • Arri SkyPanel S60-C (2015)
  • Arri SkyPanel S120-C
  • Arri SkyPanel S360-C
  • Arri SkyPanel S30-C
  • Arri Orbiter (2019)
  • Stellar Lighting Command App
Photographic camera stabilizers
  • artemis Maxima Stabilizer[48]
    [49]
  • artemis Trinity[48]
    [49]
Film recorder
  • Arrilaser film recorder, used for film-out[
    citation needed
    ]
Film scanner
  • Arriscan[
    citation needed
    ]

Controversy

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In 2011, information technology was alleged that Michael Bravin, an executive of the US-based subsidiary Arri Inc., had unlawfully accessed a rival company email account. A adapt was brought earlier a U.s. court and in September 2011, Bravin entered a guilty plea.[55]
[56]
Arri Inc. denied knowledge or gains from Bravin’south actions,[57]
and a separate lawsuit confronting the company was dropped as a result of an out-of-court settlement.[58]

See also

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  • Carl Zeiss AG
  • Panavision
  • Ruby-red Digital Cinema
  • Comparison of movie cameras

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External links

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  • Official website
  • Arri’s cameras histories in CinemaTechnic website
  • Reviews: D-20 & D-21 on The Reel Bear witness
  • Arriflex 16 South operating instructions – PDF
  • Give-and-take and demonstration of the Arriflex ST 16mm picture photographic camera by ex BBC cameramen Brian Tufano and David Whitson



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arri_PL