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“Top Gun: Maverick” Puts Six Sony VENICE Cameras Inside a Cockpit (Y.M.Cinema)

Sony VENICE’s modular design, full frame aspect ratio of 1:5:1, and IMAX certification made it the camera of choice.

“No more Go Pro cameras inside a cockpit,” writes Yossy Mendelovich. “After Christopher Nolan used IMAX on a plane on Dunkirk, now is the time for more cinematography out-of-the-box thinking and the upcoming Top Gun: Maverick movie is a useful reference for that kind of implementation. In the film, director Joseph Kosinski and cinematographer Claudio Miranda have assembled, for the first time, a dedicated camera system inside a fighter-jet cockpit. The system contained an apparatus of six Sony VENICE cameras with their sensors separated. The goal was to enhance the immersion of the IMAX experience.” – Source: Y.M.Cinema

Read more: “‘Top Gun: Maverick’ — Six Sony VENICE Cameras Inside a Fighter Jet Cockpit”

WHY THIS MATTERS

Sony VENICE’s modular design, full frame aspect ratio of 1:5:1, and IMAX certification made it the camera of choice for Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski and DP Claudio Miranda to immerse the viewer in the cockpit of a fighter jet.

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