Blog / Resources / Cameras Netflix Approved UHD 4K cameras Cameras, Technology Here is a list of Netflix approved UHD cameras as of 15 February 2021. Netflix call this the Post Technology Alliance Program Cameras which presently quality for image data, or metadata from production through post is a candidate for the Netflix Post Technology Alliance logo. Products bearing this logo are evaluated and tested to ensure they meet our technical and workflow requirements, and the manufacturers of participating products are committed to providing the highest level of innovation, support and customer service. There have been some changes here and all of the new Canon EOS C300 Mark III & Mark II, C500 Mark II & C500, C700FF & C700 Digital Cinema Cameras as well as Sony PMW-F5, PXW-FS7, PXW-FS7M2, PXW-FX9 & FX6 cameras are included, as well as the PMW-F55, F65 & VENICE Motion picture camera too. Netflix have also passed the HDC-4300, PXW-Z450, PXW-Z750 cameras too. As expected, the ARRI LF, Mini LF and Alexa 65 are still the only ARRI cameras approved on this list are the – sorry ARRI fans but still no Alexa Mini here and of course the full RED complement. Also worthy of note is Netflix’s decision to approve the new S1H camera, as well as existing Varicam and EVA1s too. Netflix Approved cameras which VMI stock include ARRI Mini LF Digital Cinema Camera.Canon EOS C300 Mark III & Mark II, C500 Mark II & C700FF Digital Cinema Cameras.Panasonic S1H Cinema Cameras.RED Helium, Gemini Digital Cinema Cameras.Sony VENICE Motion picture camera, PMW-F55, PXW-FS7, PXW-FS7M2, PXW-FX9 & FX6 Digital Cameras. Full list here Related articles Is This the End of 8K TVs? Technology 8K TVs are so power-hungry, that they are now about to be banned from the European Union, so does this mean that the quest for higher and higher resolution monitors will now cease? My private 4K TV is in the A+ efficiency category but 8K sets are currently classed as G, so is 8K doomed? Z CAM: Does This Powerful Underdog Have a Future? Cameras Did you know that the American heist action feature film “A Day to Die” was shot entirely on Z CAM E2-F6 and S6? Also, did you know that the E1 … Read more Mid-range cameras don’t mean compromise Cameras At VMI we’ve noticed a recent trend among filmmakers and wondered if you agree? We’ve spotted that a significant number of productions are ‘trading down’ from using traditional top of the range cine-cameras like ARRI Alexa Mini/LF or Sony Venice to instead using mid-range cameras, like Sony FX-6, FX-9, Canon C300 Mk III and Canon C500 Mk II etc. The reason? We think producers (or rather DPs) have realised that they can achieve similar production values by using mid-range cameras whilst saving budget on camera hire.