What Makes the Ikegami HDK-97ARRI One-of-a-Kind

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Matt Harchick of Broadcast Beat explains what makes the Ikegami HDK-97ARRI stand out in a crowded camera market.

He writes, "The thought of having digital cinema qualities such as natural color rendering, exceptional dynamic range and progressive frame rates like 23.98p for the broadcaster seemed technologically 'worlds apart' in the not so distance past. The Ikegami HDK-97ARRI large-format CMOS camera now bridges the digital cinema Super 35mm sensor attributes of the film industry to the new evolution of ENG style broadcast camera. This 'pure cutting edge technology' and winner of the 2013 IABM for Design and Innovation Award, showcases the exceptional engineering teams of Ikegami and ARRI’s collaborative  innovation. Simply put, this design is a one of a kind ENG style broadcast camera all centered around the Super 35mm sensor!"

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