The Millennium XL2 features faster speeds, better video, improved ergonomics, and more streamlined mechanics than previous film-camera models. This lightweight sync-sound camera easily converts from studio mode to handheld or Steadicam mode, with top- or rear-mounted magazine configurations. It is compatible with all Panavision 35mm film lenses (spherical and anamorphic) and all standard accessories.
|Mag Size||400 / 1000 ft|
|Weight (kg)(lbs)||5.4 (steadicam) 10.8 (studio)12 (steadicam) 24 (studio)|
The camera can perform in-shot speed ramping from 3-50 fps in 4 seconds.
A variable in-shot adjustable shutter range of 11.2-180 degrees, dual registration pins, and dual pull-down claws make this one of the quietest and most versatile film cameras available.
The Millenium XL2 package includes a short viewfinder for handheld and a telescoping viewfinder for studio mode. The optical viewfinder is completely detachable for quick conversion to Steadicam mode or remote crane operation.
Accepts the Millennium 400-foot and 1000-foot lightweight composite magazines, which can be top- or rear-mounted for studio or handheld configurations.
Other camera features include a three-position de-anamorphoser switch (spherical, anamorphic, and closed), two contrast-viewing filters (0.6 and 0.9 neutral density), a behind-the-lens filter slot, and built-in camera-body and eyepiece heaters.
- Bad Times at the El Royale,
- The Nutcracker and the Four Realms,
- Wonder Woman 1984,
- The United States vs. Billie Holiday,
- Licorice Pizza,
- Phantom Thread,
- The Fabelmans,
- White Bird A Wonder Story,
- Bones And All,
- No Time to Die,
- The Lighthouse,
- Queen & Slim,
- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,
- Christopher Robin,
- Ready Player One,
- Pokemon Detective Pikachu,
- A Man Called Otto,
- Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker,
- The Postcard Killings,
- Artemis Fowl,
- Mission: Impossible Fallout,