With Australia set to release its first digital cinema system in 2018, the first commercial use of the $500 million camera will be the production of a feature film, which could also lead to the introduction of other forms of film production.
The Australian Film Institute (AFI) is working on an application for the camera, which will be presented to the film industry next month.
The AFI has not yet announced the exact details of the application, but it will be about a feature length film.
There is also talk of making the camera’s software available for free to any filmmaker.
“There’s a lot of excitement around this, and the technology itself is certainly interesting,” said Chris Macquarie, a film and media expert with the AFI.
“The technology itself has a great potential.
The next generation of film and television production can be very exciting.
It’s a very, very exciting time for the industry.”
AFAI will present its application to the Australian Film Industry Association (AFIA) in the next few weeks.
Macquare said that the AFAIA had been discussing the use of digital cameras with the industry since the late 1990s.
“It was very important to me to be part of that discussion because it was really the industry’s time to speak to the public about how to use the technology,” he said.
The application is part of the AFIA’s digital cameras programme, which aims to develop a global, open, interoperable digital camera market.
The aim is to allow the film and TV industries to collaborate to make films and television more efficient and efficient, Macquere said.
“That’s one of the goals of this digital camera initiative, which is to have a global open, collaborative and interoperable global market,” he explained.
“We want to see all of these companies working together to achieve that.”
Macquary said the AVA’s digital camera application would help the industry understand what could be done with the technology.
“This is a very important initiative because it’s a really exciting time to have that type of a camera,” he added.
“I’m excited about it, it’s really interesting to me and I think it’s very relevant to the industry in Australia, and it’s also very exciting to see how it could be used in film production.”
The AFIA application is a bit different from the ones currently being used by the Australian film industry.
Instead of a film production being a series of individual pieces, the application will allow producers and cinematographers to create a single digital camera for use with each of their films.
Macqary said that as well as the technology being an integral part of a production, it also needs to be considered in the film’s final presentation.
“So you need to be aware that the film has been designed to have the technology available, and you need the ability to do that for your film,” he told the ABC.
“You also need to understand what kind of the technology is going to be used on the film, and what kind you need that capability to do.”
In the film world, the AFI application has already received some positive responses.
“At least two of our submissions have been accepted,” said Macquarrie.
“And the response from the industry has been really positive, so that’s exciting.”
In response to the AFIO’s application, Macqarie said he was confident that a film camera would be used for a feature.
“When you think of what a film is, the most important thing is the film is the story,” he noted.
Macqare said the industry was in a unique position to use digital cameras in Australia. “
As far as a film goes, if the technology allows the filmmakers to do what they’re really good at, and they can use the tools to create that, I think that would be fantastic.”
Macqare said the industry was in a unique position to use digital cameras in Australia.
“Australia is a film-making country,” he concluded.
“In a lot more ways than most other countries in the world, you have a film industry that can do film production in Australia and you can do that because Australia is the home of the film making industry.”
The Australian film and video industry is also a leading player in the international market for digital cinema production.
In 2015, the Australian Industry Group reported that the country was the second largest exporter of digital cinema equipment after China.
According to AIC, Australia had the second highest per capita number of cinematographic cameras in the entire world, after the United States.
Australia has also been a major player in film-related innovation in recent years.
The industry is a leading supplier of digital camera technology to film and broadcasting companies, including the BBC, the National Film and Television Board of Governors and major film festivals.
In 2017, the AIC said it was the largest supplier of camera equipment to the global film industry, accounting for over $