Sony BURANO digital cinema camera: a hands-on experience, virtually
In a world where technology is evolving at an exciting pace, Sony has unveiled an online menu simulator for its latest CineAlta offering: the BURANO digital cinema camera. Unveiled in September, the BURANO is no ordinary camera. It’s the first in the world to integrate PL mount, IBIS, built-in ND and autofocus, all in one sleek body. With a price tag of $25,000, this powerhouse is available for pre-order from select retailers.
Dive into the world of BURANO
This interactive tool allows users to navigate the menu system, providing insight into the inner workings of the BURANO camera. Designed for desktop use and compatible with multiple web browsers, the simulator is a game-changer for those who want to familiarize themselves with the camera’s features before getting started.
The BURANO, with its unique blend of features, is poised to redefine the digital cinema landscape. Its design combines the best of Sony’s expertise, from the professional PL mount to innovative IBIS and built-in ND filters, resulting in a camera that promises to deliver stunning visuals.
A visual guide to BURANO
Recognizing the importance of visual aids, Sony has also made available BURANO posters on recording formats and recording times. These resources can be downloaded and used as a quick reference guide for users. The simulator allows users to navigate menus and change camera settings using touchscreen controls, LCD buttons and physical buttons on the camera body, providing a complete learning experience.
The future of learning: online simulators
Online simulators are becoming an increasingly valuable resource for learning about high-end camera systems. Sony has been at the forefront of this trend, offering menu simulators for the original VENICE, VENICE 2 and now BURANO. These tools provide a hands-on learning experience, allowing users to explore the camera’s capabilities from the comfort of their home or office.
As we stand on the brink of a technological revolution, tools like the BURANO online menu simulator are paving the way for a more accessible and immersive learning experience. In the ever-changing world of digital cinema, Sony’s commitment to innovation and user education is a beacon of hope and inspiration.
Note: This article was published on 2024-02-13.