We will shoot Touch with an anamorphic lens.

This is a lens that horizontally squeezes a wide screen image into a standard 35 mm frame. When projected, an anamorphic lens stretches the 35 mm frame horizontally and fills a wide screen. This lens allowed the filmmaker to make wide screen films with the same 35 mm equipment. A 2:1 anamorphic lens squeezes 100% more into the frame than a normal lens.

The Arri ALEXA Studio, featuring a quiet, adjustable mirror shutter and an optical viewfinder that provides a real-time, high contrast image with true colors. The Studio perfectly combines cutting edge digital image-making with traditional elements of the film cameras they have known and trusted for generations.

Another key feature of the ALEXA Studio is its 4:3 sensor, which makes it the only digital camera (aside from the ARRIFLEX D-21) to boast true anamorphic capability. Anamorphic lenses create a unique, cinematic look that has been appreciated by directors and cinematographers for over half a century, and cannot be created in post.

  • High Dynamic Range
    • 14+ stops exposure latitude over the entire EI range as measured with the ARRI Dynamic Range Test Chart
    • extended, clean highlights
    • extremely low noise floor
    • holds up extremely well when over or underexposed
    • future proof for High Dynamic Range (HDR) displays
    • Sharp, natural images for HD, 2K, UHD or 4K deliverables
  • High sensitivity
    • true base sensitivity of EI 800
    • adjustable from EI 160 to EI 3200
  • ARRI color science
    • natural color reproduction, especially for skin tones
    • excellent color separation
    • great at resolving mixed color temperature sources
  • Film-like, organic look