As I wrote in a previous post, my friend Joe Rubinstein has been working on a digital cinema camera which would put the ability to capture and work with RAW footage in the hands of consumers and artists at a price point that would make the camera widely available. The group is getting down to the finalstages on the system, and a few weeks back I was brought on to photograph the latest prototype model. Here are a few of the images of the Digital Bolex D16 Camera.
The company wanted to go with a simple and clean look to showcase the new model, with and without the lens. I’ll be photographing the camera again when they have a fully working model and I’m excited about some of the ideas we have thrown around with how and where we are going to shoot it. I can’t wait to get my hands on a working camera to shoot some footage as well! Below is a short video that Joe shot of me which is not seen very often, me, in a studio, shooting not a person, with hot lights. Enjoy.