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Emotion in
every frame

Digital cinematography
cameras from Sony.

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CineAlta by Sony is digital cinematography – in all its infinite possibilities. Creative film-makers around the world are inspired by our award-winning family of Super 35mm full frame movie cameras that capture more emotion in every frame with breathtaking 4K detail, colour and contrast.

Shot on Sony CineAlta

From big-budget Hollywood blockbusters to inspiring documentaries, drama, commercials and intensely personal projects. Demanding film-makers trust Sony digital movie cameras to tell their story in exquisite 4K.

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Why Sony CineAlta?

CineAlta by Sony gives visionary directors and DPs a wider palette of artistic possibilities to explore. Discover the CineAlta difference – and learn about our unique cinematographic heritage that bring the world’s top film-makers even closer to their audience.

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Photo credit: Gravier Productions Inc/Sabrina Lantos

Digital Cinematography
Cameras from Sony

F65

Discover our ultimate expression of the digital cinematographer’s art. Optimised for motion picture production, the flagship F65 camera features a Super 35mm 8K CMOS sensor, delivering unparalleled detail and colour that every film-maker dreams of.

F55

It’s everywhere – from Hollywood features to episodic TV, commercials, promos, sports and more. The compact size of the incredibly popular F55 belies its breathtaking 4K image quality and versatile modularity.

F5

The compact F5 makes true 4K production accessible on all budgets.

Modular, easy to use and highly sensitive, it’s effortlessly adaptable to suit different production agendas, from documentaries to ENG.

Supporting film-makers

Film-makers are invited to refine their craft at the Digital Motion Picture Centre Europe (DMPCE). Located at London’s legendary Pinewood Studios, it’s the perfect place for directors, DPs, editors and students to experience the latest generation of CineAlta 4K production tools from Sony in the company of other like-minded creative professionals. Book your session today.

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Cameras for every movie maker

We’ve got the perfect camera to suit everyone’s movie-making ambitions. Complementing Sony’s F-Series family of CineAlta digital cinematography cameras, our light, easy to use XDCAM camcorders put spectacular 4K pictures and sure, pro-style handling within everyone’s reach.

Great B cameras for large-scale productions, they’re also the natural choice for freelancers, film students and independent movie makers who don’t want amazing ideas getting slowed down by real-world budgets.

PXW-FS7

The ideal shoulder-mounted camera for documentaries, magazine programmes and reality TV.

PXW-FS5

Grab and shoot: the handheld Super 35 camera that gets the right shot when it really matters.

No results

À la vie (To Life)

Director:

Jean-Jacques Zilbermann

Director of Photography:

Rémy Chevrin

Camera:

F55

A Million Ways to Die in the West

Director:

Seth MacFarlane

Director of Photography:

Michael Barrett

Camera:

F55

About Last Night

Director:

Steve Pink

Director of Photography:

Michael Barrett

Camera:

F65

After Earth

Director:

M. Night Shyamalan

Director of Photography:

Peter Suschiztky

Camera:

F65

Annie

Director:

Will Gluck

Director of Photography:

Michael Grady

Camera:

F55

Annihilation

Director:

Alex Garland

Director of Photography:

Rob Hardy

Camera:

F65

Australia: The Story of Us

Director:

Lisa Matthews, Hugh Ballantyne

Director of Photography:

Mark Wareham, Garry Phillips

Camera:

F56

Awkward

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Steve Gainer

Camera:

F55

Baby Daddy

Director:

Michael Lembeck

Director of Photography:

Paul Maibaum, Donald A. Morgan, Mikel Neiers

Camera:

F55

Bates of the Amazon

Director:

Mike Slee

Director of Photography:

Gerry Vasbenter

Camera:

Battle Creek

Director:

Vince Gilligan, David Shore

Director of Photography:

Luc Montpellier, Newton Thomas Sige

Camera:

F55

Beauty and the Beast

Director:

Christophe Gans

Director of Photography:

Christophe Beaucarne

Camera:

F65

Bebe Tigre (Young Tiger)

Director:

Cyprian Vial

Director of Photography:

Pierre Cottereau

Camera:

Belle

Director:

Amma Asante

Director of Photography:

Ben Smithard

Camera:

F65

Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk

Director:

Ang Lee

Director of Photography:

John Toll

Camera:

F65

Blood Cells

Director:

Luke Seomore & Joseph Bull

Director of Photography:

David Procter

Camera:

F65

Boogaloo and Graham

Director:

Michael Lennox

Director of Photography:

Mark Garrett

Camera:

F5

Buoni a nulla

Director:

Gianni De Gregorio

Director of Photography:

Gian Enrico Bianchi

Camera:

F55

Call Me King

Director:

R.L. Scott

Director of Photography:

R.L. Scott

Camera:

F55

Casanova

Director:

Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Director of Photography:

Pierre Gill

Camera:

F56

Chorus

Director:

François Delisle

Director of Photography:

François Delisle

Camera:

F55

Citibot

Director:

Ben Elia

Director of Photography:

Phillippe Ros

Camera:

F65

Comme un avion (The Sweet Escape)

Director:

Bruno Podalydès

Director of Photography:

Claire Mathon

Camera:

F56

Community (Season 5)

Director:

Tristram Shapeero, Jay Chandrasekhar, Joe Russo, Rob Schrab

Director of Photography:

Gary Hatfield

Camera:

F55

Cristela

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Bryan Hayes

Camera:

F55

Crowded

Director:

James Burrows, Andy Cadiff, Stan Lathan

Director of Photography:

Gary Baum

Camera:

F55

Da Sweet Blood of Jesus

Director:

Spike Lee

Director of Photography:

Daniel Patterson

Camera:

F55

Deliver Us from Evil

Director:

Scott Derrickson

Director of Photography:

Scott Kevan

Camera:

F55 & F65

Dolphin Tale 2

Director:

Charles Martin Smith

Director of Photography:

Daryn Okada

Camera:

F55 & F66

Dr. Ken

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Greg Heschong

Camera:

F55

Ecobot

Director:

Ben Elia

Director of Photography:

Phillippe Ros

Camera:

F65

Everly

Director:

Joe Lynch

Director of Photography:

Steve Gainer

Camera:

F55

Evil Dead

Director:

Fede Alvarez

Director of Photography:

Aaron Morton

Camera:

F65

Full Circle

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

David J. Miller, Greg Gardiner

Camera:

F55

Gaz de France

Director:

Benoit Forgeard

Director of Photography:

Thomas Favel

Camera:

F65

Generations

Director:

Pete Farrer

Director of Photography:

Nic Morris

Camera:

F65

Hiding

Director:

Shawn Seet, Grant Brown, Tori Garrett

Director of Photography:

John Brawley

Camera:

F55

High Society (Le beau monde)

Director:

Julie Lopes-Curval

Director of Photography:

Céline Bozon

Camera:

F55

Insidious: Chapter 3

Director:

Leigh Whannell

Director of Photography:

Brian Pearson

Camera:

F55

Jamais de la vie (The Night Watchman)

Director:

Pierre Jolivet

Director of Photography:

Jérôme Alméras

Camera:

F55

Je vous souhaite d’être follement aimée (Looking for Her)

Director:

Ounie Lecomte

Director of Photography:

Caroline Champetier

Camera:

F55

Jennifer Falls

Director:

Peter Lauer, Jeff Melman, Victor Nelli Jr., Rebecca Asher, Eyal Gordin, Lee Shallat Chemel

Director of Photography:

Michael A. Price, Joe Kessler, Kevin McKnight

Camera:

F55

Journal d’une femme de chambre (Diary of a Chamber Maid)

Director:

Benoît Jacquot

Director of Photography:

Romain Winding

Camera:

F55

Kaos

Director:

Semir Aslanyürek

Director of Photography:

Yusuf Aslanyürek

Camera:

F65

La Glace et Le Ciel (Ice and Sky)

Director:

Luc Jacquet

Director of Photography:

Stéphane Martin

Camera:

F55

Last Man Standing

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Donald A. Morgan

Camera:

F55

Le Nouveau Testament (The Brand New Testament)

Director:

Jaco Van Dormael

Director of Photography:

Christophe beaucarne

Camera:

F65

Le Vie en grand (Learn by Heart)

Director:

mathieu Vadepied

Director of Photography:

Bruno Romiguiere

Camera:

F55

Lebensfreunde (Friends for life)

Director:

Valeriia Didovyk

Director of Photography:

Lutz Dieckmann

Camera:

F55

Left Turn

Director:

Mauricio Marin

Director of Photography:

Camera:

F65

Les Saisons (Seasons)

Director:

Jacques Perrin

Director of Photography:

Eric Guichard

Camera:

F65

Lets Be Cops

Director:

Luke Greenfield

Director of Photography:

Daryn Okada

Camera:

F55 & F65

Mad Dogs

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Bernard Couture

Camera:

F55

Man from Reno

Director:

Dave Boyle

Director of Photography:

Richard Wong

Camera:

F5

Mannenharten

Director:

Mark de Cloe

Director of Photography:

Mick van Rossum

Camera:

F65

Meme pas mal

Director:

Jeremy Trequesser & Maxime Roy

Director of Photography:

Xavier Bru

Camera:

F65

Meurtres à Rocamadour

Director:

Lionel Bailliu

Director of Photography:

Pascal Caubère

Camera:

F55

Mom

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Steven V. Silver

Camera:

F55

Mon roi

Director:

Maïwenn

Director of Photography:

Claire Mathon

Camera:

F55

Monkey Kingdom

Director:

Mark Linfield, Alastair Fothergill

Director of Photography:

Gavin Thurston

Camera:

F65

Motel (The Bag Man)

Director:

David Grovic

Director of Photography:

David Knight/Steve Mason

Camera:

F65

Mozart in the Jungle

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Ben Kutchins, Tobias Datum

Camera:

F55

Ni le ciel ni la terre (The Wakhan Front)

Director:

Clement Cogitore

Director of Photography:

Sylvian Verdet

Camera:

F55

Nicolas le Floch

Director:

Nicolas Picard, Edwin Baily, Philippe Berenger

Director of Photography:

Carlo Varini, Laurent machuel, Pierre Milon

Camera:

F55

No Good Deed

Director:

Sam Miller

Director of Photography:

Michael Barrett

Camera:

F65

Oblivion

Director:

Joseph Kosinski

Director of Photography:

Claudio Miranda

Camera:

F65

Outlander

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Stephen McNutt

Camera:

F55

Party Tricks

Director:

Kate Dennis, Emma Freeman

Director of Photography:

John Brawley

Camera:

F55

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

Director:

Andy Fickman

Director of Photography:

Dean Semler

Camera:

F55

Powers

Director:

Mikael Salomon, Bill Eagles, David Petrarca, David Slade, Tim Hunter, Aaron Lipstadt

Director of Photography:

Jan Richter-Friis, John Lynch

Camera:

F56

Preacher

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

John Grillo

Camera:

F55

Quien mato a Bambi?

Director:

Santi Amodeo

Director of Photography:

Alex Catalan  

Camera:

F65

Rebel City Rumble

Director:

Stephen Lourdes

Director of Photography:

Anthony Bowes

Camera:

F65

Revenge

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Cynthia Pusheck ASC

Camera:

F55

Roots

Director:

Geoffrey Bellhouse

Director of Photography:

David Procter

Camera:

F65

Rosemary's Baby

Director:

Agnieszka Holland

Director of Photography:

Michel Amathieu

Camera:

F55

Sarki Söyleyen Kadinlar (Singing Women)

Director:

Reha Erdem

Director of Photography:

Florent Herry

Camera:

F65

Sangailes vasara (The Summer of Sangaile)

Director:

Alante Kavaite

Director of Photography:

Dominique Colin

Camera:

F55

Scream

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Yaron Levy

Camera:

F55

Scream Queens

Director:

Brad Falchuk, Michael Uppendahl, Barbara Brown, Bradley Buecker, Ian Brennan, Michael Lehmann, Ryan Murphy

Director of Photography:

Joaquin Sedillo, Michael Goi

Camera:

F55

Self/less

Director:

Tarsem Singh

Director of Photography:

Brendan Galvin

Camera:

F55

Techo y Comida

Director:

Juan Miguel del Castillo

Director of Photography:

Manuel Montero Rodrigo Rezende

Camera:

F55

Ted 2

Director:

Seth MacFarlane

Director of Photography:

Michael Barrett

Camera:

F65

The Big Bang Theory

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Steven V. Silver

Camera:

F23 series 1-6, F55 series 7-

The Blacklist

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Frank Prinzi, Yasu, Arthur Albert, Michael Caracciolo

Camera:

F55

The Carmichael Show

Director:

Gerry Cohen, Mark Cendrowski, Betsy Thomas, Michael Zinberg

Director of Photography:

Gary Baum

Camera:

F55

The Dark Horse

Director:

James Napier Robertson

Director of Photography:

Denson Baker

Camera:

F65

The Frame

Director:

Jamin Winans

Director of Photography:

Robert Muratore

Camera:

F55

The Grand Tour

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Various

Camera:

F55

The Homesman

Director:

Tommy Lee Jones

Director of Photography:

Rodrigo Prieto

Camera:

F55

The Last Kingdom

Director:

Peter Hoar, Anthony Byrne, Ben Chanan, Nick Murphy

Director of Photography:

Chas Bain

Camera:

The Michael J. Fox Show

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

John Inwood, Michael Grady

Camera:

F65

The Opposite SEX

Director:

Jennifer Finnigan, Jonathan Silverman

Director of Photography:

Jendra Jarnagin

Camera:

F55

The Perfect Guy

Director:

David M. Rosenthal

Director of Photography:

Peter Simonite

Camera:

F65

The Ranch

Director:

David Trainer

Director of Photography:

Don Morgan

Camera:

F55

The Second Best Exotic Marigold hotel

Director:

John Madden

Director of Photography:

Ben Smithard

Camera:

F65

The Smurfs 2

Director:

Raja Gosnell

Director of Photography:

Phil Méheux

Camera:

F65

The Wedding Ringer

Director:

Jeremy Garelick

Director of Photography:

Brad Lipson

Camera:

F55+F65

À la vie (To Life)

Director:

Jean-Jacques Zilbermann

Director of Photography:

Rémy Chevrin

Camera:

F55

Toisen kanssa

Director:

Lauri Nurkse

Director of Photography:

Mika Tertsunen

Camera:

F55

Trophy Wife

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Michael A. Price, Julio Macat

Camera:

F55

Truth Be Told

Director:

Pamela Fryman, Eric Dean Seaton, Michael J. Shea, Ted Wass

Director of Photography:

Chris La Fountaine, ASC

Camera:

F55

Two and a Half Men

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Steven V. Silver, Mark Davison, Tony Askins

Camera:

F56

Un plus Une

Director:

Claude Lelouche

Director of Photography:

Robert Alazraki

Camera:

F55

(Une) Enfance (A Childhood)

Director:

Philippe Claudel

Director of Photography:

Denis Lenoir

Camera:

F55

Venus in Fur

Director:

Roman Polanski

Director of Photography:

Pawel Edelman

Camera:

F65

Vie Sauvage (Wild Life)

Director:

Cédric Kahn

Director of Photography:

Yves Cape

Camera:

F55

Vies de Thérèse

Director:

Sébastien Lifschitz

Director of Photography:

Paul Guilhaume

Camera:

F5

Wayward Pines

Director:

Various

Director of Photography:

Jim Denault, Gregory Middleton, Amy Vincent

Camera:

F56

Wicked Blood

Director:

Mark Young 

Director of Photography:

Gregg Easterbrook

Camera:

F55

Digital Cinematography
Cameras from Sony

F65

Discover our ultimate expression of the digital cinematographer’s art. Optimised for motion picture production, the flagship F65 camera features a Super 35mm 8K CMOS sensor, delivering unparalleled detail and colour that every film-maker dreams of.

F55

It’s everywhere – from Hollywood features to episodic TV, commercials, promos, sports and more.
The compact size of the incredibly popular F55 belies its breathtaking 4K image quality and versatile modularity.

F5

The compact F5 makes true 4K production accessible on all budgets.

Modular, easy to use and highly sensitive, it’s effortlessly adaptable to suit different production agendas, from documentaries to ENG.

There’s over thirty years of unmatched cinematic heritage in all our motion picture cameras. And that’s why CineAlta by Sony is the choice of directors and DPs who refuse to compromise their personal artistic vision.

From Star Wars
to Palme d’Or

At Sony we’ve been supporting filmmakers for more than three decades, with a ‘scene-to-screen’ understanding of the art and science of movie production that threads right through our DNA. Find out how we’ve helped world-leading cinematographers realise their vision, giving them the tools to bring stories to life… and capture more emotion in every frame.

Read about our cinematic heritage

Unlimited expression

From Hollywood blockbusters and breakout hits to the world’s best-looking TV drama and documentaries. The versatility, creative control and sheer image quality of CineAlta makes it the go-to choice for professional content creators who know exactly what it takes to express themselves.

Get the look that
audiences love

From the flagship F65 to the versatile yet compact F5, our 4K motion picture cameras give every creative project that richly cinematic on-screen look that audiences love.

CineAlta challenges the technical limits of 35mm film, with astonishing latitude, sensitivity and low noise performance plus incredible colour gamut and dynamic range.

From shooting right through to post production, CineAlta gives directors, DPs and colourists a wider palette of artistic possibilities to explore.

The really serious choice

You won’t be surprised that our CineAlta 4K digital cinematography cameras are chosen and recommended by leading rental companies worldwide. That’s because every CineAlta camera teams impeccable picture quality with sure handling and reliability that serious professionals depend on.

CineAlta magazine

Go behind the scenes with our digital motion picture cameras. See the real stories of the people behind the cameras, in the edit bay and in the colour correction suite.

@ction magazine

Get the inside story on amazing projects shot using our F Series CineAlta cameras – as told by the production teams themselves.