We’ve entered the era of the Cameras of Darkness.


|A “Camera of Darkness” is one that offers a low-noise image at an ISO setting of 3200 or more.|

|Paired with ultra-fast modern lenses, Cameras of Darkness open new possibilities for visual storytelling.|


Panasonic VariCam 35


Panasonic introduced their revolutionary dual ISO settings of 800 and 5000 with VariCam 35, the first in the VariCam family of cinema cameras. VariCam 35 has caught on with Hollywood productions as the premiere choice for low-light cinematic and live event shooting.


Panasonic VariCam LT


The recently announced Panasonic VariCam LT retains most of the features of VariCam 35, packing them into a smaller (6.2 lbs), even more flexible package. VariCam LT is destined to become a staple of low-light and infra-red cinematography. Interchangeable PL and EF mounts, the widest color gamut of any camera on the market, and beautiful image quality are only the beginning of what Varicam LT has to offer.


Sony A7s, Sony A7sII


Sony ushered in the era with the A7s, a mirrorless interchangeable lens offering. With breathtaking low-light capabilities, a 24mm x 36mm sensor, and an ultra-versatile Sony E-mount, the A7s series has become the workhorse low-light camera for independent shooters and Hollywood productions. With the addition of a PL mount, A7s series cameras offer the ability to shoot with professional cinema lenses as well as still photography lenses.