ARRI was founded in 1917 by two filmmakers, August Arnold (right) and Robert Richter.
Over the course of the last 99 years, ARRI has been awarded the Science and Engineering Oscar® 18 times for its pioneering developments in camera, digital and lighting technologies.
Today ARRI has a presence in more than 100 countries across the globe and is the market leader in its core camera, digital and lighting technologies.
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ARRI has previously been active in medical technology, in the 1970s. The ARRITECHNO 35 analog camera was one of the best-selling operating room cameras. It was the first and only X-ray movie camera to shoot in slow motion at up to 150 fps. Used in the field of angiocardiography, 13,000 were sold worldwide.