Funky 16mm camera maker Ikonoskop, known for their unconventional ergonomic camera designs, have announced a digital cinema camera called the A-cam dII.
- Super-16 sensor (slightly wider than Scarlet’s)
- 1920x1080 UPDATE: CCD, not CMOS!
- 1-60 fps
- Shoots uncompressed DNG or TIFF
- €6,950 (about US$9,800) with battery, 9mm f/1.5 lens and 80GB Memory Cartridge
Between this, Scarlet’s proposed specs/price, and the D90 it’s easy to see these offerings as salvos landing all around the same unscathed bullseye: a camera in the DSLR price range that takes DSLR glass and shoots raw motion files with little or no compression.