Shooting with the Digital Bolex D16 replicates the ease and feel of shooting with Super16mm film, while still preserving access to all contemporary cinema tools and accessories and the latitude of capturing high-quality, 2K images. For independent filmmakers, this presents the best of both worlds in digital cinema, giving you the freedom of shooting film the way you’re used to, while knowing you’re capturing a professional-grade image that integrates seamlessly into a modern digital workflow.
Get started shooting with your D16 by reading through our user manual and Quick Guide.
Topics — Shooting on the D16
- Why can I only delete the last clip in camera?
- Icons & Indicators: What Do They Mean?
- CF Card and SSD Storage Options
- Lenses & Mount Options for the D16
- Technical Specs of the Digital Bolex
- All About Raw
What does ‘raw’ footage mean? How does it change the way you capture and process your digital footage?
- What is Digital Cinema?
Tutorials — Shooting on the D16
- Recommended Crank configurations