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The Full Frame version os this great ARRI camera incorporates all the aspects of the original Alexa Mini, small build, filmic colour and renditioning, but with a full frame sensor.
ARRI's lightweight LMB 6x6 matte box is designed to cover lens with large front diameters with 3 x 6.6x6.6 trays for large filters. I can be clip-on or 19mm rail-mounted as well as including the swing away tilting bracket to eliminate filter reflections.
This compact and affordable 2 tray matte box is 15mm rail mounted and is supplied with top flag and draw string donut to work with any lens it’s paired with.
This light weight, 3 tray, clip on mattebox is similar to the LMB-25 design, using a lot of the same accessories. The rear tray can also be easily removed to quickly switch between 3 and 2 tray set up.
This ultra lightweight matte box weighs less than 200g without a filter. It's hood is made of rubber and, instead of a filter tray, it has clamp which can hold a single PV filter. It is specifically designed for gimbal rigs and can be clamped onto most stills lenses.
The Bright Tangerine Viv 5 is an extremely versatile, lightweight and robust matte box designed for PV and 5x5 trays. It has 2 tray slots as standard which can be expanded to 3. It can be used as a clip on or alternatively as a rail mounted matte box using either 15mm bars (with or without swing away) or 19mm bars.
A lightweight 3 tray matte box, great as a clip on alongside the rail mounted MB28 or MB18.
19mm rail mounted production matte box for 35mm and digital cinematography
The industry standard rail mounted production matte box with 3 x independently rotating filter tray holders.
The industry standard rail mounted matte box for ENG cameras.
A lightweight clip-on matte box for 35mm and digital cinematography