A digital cine camera is a professional video camera with a large image sensor capable of capturing footage that looks like it was shot on 35mm. Like DSLR and mirrorless digital cameras, they use interchangeable lens systems. However, dedicated cine cameras have more powerful image processors, record videos in codecs with higher bitrates, and have more robust sound-capture features. Leading brands of professional digital movie cameras include Arri, Red, and Blackmagic Design. DSLR manufacturers such as Sony and Canon also have excellent options, like the CineAlta and EOS cinema cameras.