Digital Cinema Society to present ARRI D-21 at Clairmont Camera

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Los Angeles, CA - 9th October 2008 Angeles

– The Digital Cinema Society (DCS), a nonprofit educational cooperative with an international membership nearing 4,000 has announced plans to present the ARRIFLEX D-21 film style cinematic camera at Clairmont Camera Film & Digital on October 25th 2008.

James Mathers President

of the


comments, “We will be looking at all aspects of operation and set up for the


, Mike Condon from


Cameras will guide us through the significant improvements of this camera, the available workflows and recording options. Staff from


are expected to attend on the day. Also joining us is Ted White from


who are known for their comprehensive range of uncompressed field recording products and elegant workflow solutions to speed the material through the post environment.� To register, or to see full details of this and future DCS events please visit

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