Based in Vienna, Indiecam produces what it claims is the world's smallest 2k RAW camera.
The indieGS2K has been used on a number of high profile films, including Rush, directed by Ron Howard, and Danny Boyle's Trance. It is s miniature CMOS camera with a global shutter and has been designed to deliver the highest possible image quality in a light, small package while at the same time dealing with action shooting that is free from rolling shutter problems. The indieGS2K measures 40x40x100mm, weighs 170g and operates as a standalone without the need of a control box. It includes a high-grade 2/3-inch CMOS imager and delivers up to 60 frames in 12-bit RAW. Using 10-bit RAW can achieve 120p, while Indiecam's Instant-RAW workflow can produce 12- bit CinemaDNG files.
The indieGS422 miniature CMOS camera, which also has a global shutter, is aimed at broadcast. This has similar features to the indieGS2K but comes with a B4-mount adaptor, allowing operators to use existing B4-mount broadcast zoom lenses. The indiPOV is a miniature HD camera featuring a 2/3-inch image and 1080p images at up to 30 frames per second in 12-bit RAW. The indieTWIN can be run from a detachable remote controller, which can be fixed to the camera according to different shooting set-ups. As well as standard products Indiecam can develop and manufacture digital film recording systems and software to suit individual and specific requirements.