Arri 435 (4-Perf)
The Arriflex 435 is a movie camera product line created by Arri in 1995 to replace the Arriflex 35III line. The number reflects its position as a successor camera to the Arri III and the fact that it is designed for 35 mm film. The 435 cameras are specifically designed as MOS cameras, which means that they are conventionally considered to be too loud to record usable location sound. However, this also frees the camera up to be optimized for non-sync sound uses, particularly any filming which either doesn't require sound or shooting at non-sync speed, shooting in reverse, or ramping between different speeds.
Currently available in 2=Perf and 4- Perf. Please allow 1 week of prep when changing between movements. Options with and without Indieassit HD TAP.
1–150 frames per second, forward and reverse, expanded to 0.1–150 for Advanced and Xtreme. Crystal accurate to 0.001 frame/s. Integrated capping shutter for single frame or intervalometer functions.