We are steadily working toward zero environmental impact across our product life cycles and business activities under our “Road to Zero” plan. Fulfilling this goal includes reduction of raw material consumption through lighter and more compact products to lessen our impact on the Earth.
By rethinking past designs and utilizing unique engineering, we succeeded in creating a lighter, more compact camera. By reconsidering our use of materials, the VENICE was made 20% lighter and 40% smaller than the F65.
Through a radical redesign of the ventilation system and circuit board, we’ve been able to significantly reduce the overall size of the camera without reducing performance. And by reconsidering the structure, improvements were made on overall heat emission.
The VENICE comes uniquely equipped with two internal turrets for ND filters, allowing eight steps of servo ND exposure control. The use of the two turrets offers unmatched shooting flexibility and helps to reduce the outer circumference resulting in a more compact, resource-efficient camera with less need for external filters.
Innovation ensures the VENICE reduces its impact on the environment through less resource use during the manufacturing process. It does so while maintaining high durability, easy manoeuvrability and operability across a wide range of conditions.