ARRIFlex 435 Extreme Professional industry-standart 35mm film camera.
Accurate copy of the original film camera. The model is extremely carefully optimized. All edges are bevelled.
All details are polygonal. The model is suitable for high-quality extreme close-up renders.
The object was originally modeled in MAX 9, NURBS, converted to editable mesh.
MAX mesh has all unused edges hidden and is very comfortable for viewport manipulation - still retains all highly datailed true geometry. (There is a 'TurnToPoly' modifier on - for export purposes - you can turn it off)
Previews if not indicated otherwise were rendered in MAX9, VRay 1.53 renderer.
Wireframes were captured in MAX viewport, 'TurnToPoly' off.
The model is fully ready for import into any project and ready to render as seen in previews.
Product includes 3 MAX render setups: 1.MAX9.VRay 1.53 renderer and materials, (REQUIRES PLUG-IN) 2.MAX9.FinalRender Stage-1, SP2 renderer and materials (REQUIRES PLUG-IN) 3.MAX9.Scanline renderer and raytrace materails (NO PLUG-INS)
All other formats were exported, tested and setup in respective software.
All objects are properly optimized, grouped and named in all formats. (7 objects, 'Lens' 'Viewfinder', etc)
All materials are properly optimized, arranged and named in all formats. (7-8 materials 'Black', 'Silver' etc.)
All versions are set-up and ready to render as seen in previews.
Scene and model are optimized for easy import into any existing project. All movable elements are separated and ready for animation.
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