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  1. Excellent Condition RED DSMC2 Weapon Helium 8K Brain RED DSMC2 RED Touch 4.7” LCD RED DSMC2 Sidekick (Woven CF) RED DSMC2 Jetpack-SDI Expander RED DSMC2 Base Expander RED MINI-MAG 960GB RED MINI-MAG 960GB RED MINI-MAG 960GB RED MINI-MAG 960GB RED MINI-MAG Reader RED Power Adaptor Selling Price : $25,000.00
  2. Panavision, a world-class provider of state-of-the art optics, camera systems, lighting, filters, and post production services, will showcase an array of advancements in optics at their Lens Bar at EnergaCamerimage International Film Festival of Cinematography, which runs November 10-17 in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Panavision will also host a conversation with Camerimage Lifetime Achievement recipient Witold Sobocinski, PSC, and explore the benefits of an HDR workflow. Panavision’s workshops will be held on Nov. 13, beginning with the much-anticipated conversation with Sobocinski in the MCK at 11.00. The renowned cinematographer’s credits include “Frantic,” the Oscar®-nominated “The Promised Land,” “The Wedding,” and “O-Bi, O-Ba – The End of Civilization.” He will be joined by his grandsons Piotr Sobocinski Jr. (“Bogowie”) and Michal Sobocinski (“The Art of Loving”) who carry on the family’s cinematic legacy. At 14:00, Panavision will present “Cinematic Change: HDR for Cinematographers.” With 4K HDR as the viewing standard, Panavision experts will discuss how cinematographers can remain in control of their images throughout the workflow based on knowledge of the various post-production options. In the Opera Nova, Panavision’s popular Lens Bar will include demonstrations of the latest large-format and anamorphic lenses available, as well as previews of upcoming, innovative glass options: PanaSpeed – A large-format update of the classic Primo look. At T1.4, PanaSpeed are the fastest large-format lenses available today. T Series – A set of unique anamorphic glass that includes high contrast, well-balanced aberration control, excellent glare resistance, tightly controlled anamorphic squeeze ratio, and minimal breathing. H Series – A traditionally designed spherical lens set with a glamorous, rounded, soft roll-off, giving a pleasing tonal quality to the skin. Created with true vintage glass and coating, these lenses offer slightly elevated blacks for softer contrast. High speeds separate subject and background with a smooth edge transition, allowing subject to appear naturally placed within the depth of the image. Ultra Vista – Coming in 2019, this lens is a series of large-format anamorphic optics. Using a custom 1.6x squeeze, Ultra Vista covers the full height of the 8K sensor in the DXL and presents an ultra-widescreen 2.76:1 aspect ratio along with a classic elliptical bokeh and Panavision horizontal flare. Primo X - Also available in 2019, this lens will make its mark as the first cinema lens specially designed for use on drones and gimbals. They are fully sealed, weather proof, and counterbalanced to be aerodynamic, and able to easily maintain a proper center of gravity. Primo X lenses come in two primes – 14mm (T3.1) and 24mm (T1.6) – and one 24-70mm zoom (T2.8). Additionally, Panavision’s Millennium DXL2 8K camera will be on display for hands-on demonstrations. A premier, large-format imaging ecosystem, the DXL2 offers 16 stops of dynamic range with unmatched shadow detail, a native ISO setting of 1600, and 12-bit ProRes XQ up to 120 fps. At 10 pounds (4.5 kilos), it is the lightest large-format studio camera available, offering wireless controls, a directly editable workflow option (D2E), and Light Iron Color 2 (LiColor2), among other features. The DXL2 has become a top camera of choice for cinematographers and camera crews working on features, television, commercials and music videos. Panavision will also share the newly created DXL-M accessory kit, available in Q4 2018. Designed to work with RED Digital Cinema DSMC2 cameras, it delivers the popular features of the DXL to RED MONSTRO, GEMINI, and HELIUM sensors, such as the DXL menu system (via an app for the iPhone), LiColor2, motorized lenses, wireless timecode (ACN), and the Primo HDR viewfinder. Panavision LCND will make its European debut at Camerimage. The cinema’s first dynamically adjustable liquid crystal neutral density filter instantly adjusts up to six individual stops with a single click or ramp – a significant departure from traditional approaches to front-of-lens filters, which require carrying a set and manually swapping individual NDs based on changing light. LCND starts at 0.3 and goes through 0.6, 0.9, 1.2, 1.5, to 1.8. It is expected to be available in 2019. Panalux, a Panavision company, will also be set up in the Opera Nova providing demonstrations of a variety of lighting setups and formats made possible with a wide range of lighting equipment and control systems. Award-winning LEE Filters, also a Panavision company, will showcase their range of next-generation filters, including their latest products, the Zircon Filter range for LED control and the CineND, neutral density.
  3. Hey everyone! The production company I work for is parting ways with our Red Weapon Helium 8K S35. It is in great condition, 333.6 hours used. Willing to sell each accessory separately. Red Weapon Helium 8K S35 Brain w/ Skin Tone Highlight OLPF - $30,000 Side Handle DSMC2 - $600 Bomb EVF w/ Spinner (no cables included) - $2,000 Ti PL Mount - $1,000 AC / Wall Power cables x2 - $150 for both. DSMC Canon Mount - $500 All accessories OBO. PM for more details and photos. Thanks!
  4. Continuing 25 years of support, Panavision once again celebrates the art and craft of moving pictures with filmmakers at the Camerimage International Film Festival of Cinematography, which runs November 11 - 18 in Bydgoszcz, Poland. This year, Panavision hosts a masterclass with Oscar®-winner John Toll, ASC, and a workshop on large-format filmmaking. http://www.panavision.com/panavision-brings-millennium-dxl-camera-and-large-format-lenses-camerimage-2017 On Nov. 14 in the MCK, Panavision Day begins with the workshop, "The Beauty of 8K Large-Format" from 11:00 – 13:00. Peter Deming, ASC recently wrapped production on The New Mutants, utilizing the Panavision Millennium DXL 8K camera and lenses to create stunning visuals for the next X-Men installment. A screening of The New Mutants trailer be will explored by Panavision’s VP of Optical Engineering Dan Sasaki, Senior VP of Innovation Michael Cioni, and Light Iron supervising colorist Ian Vertovec. They will discuss the unique advantages of 8K capture, high-resolution creative control, and how ultra-high resolution is one of the best-kept secrets for producing even better imagery. Toll, who is this year’s Camerimage Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, will participate in a moderated conversation from 14:00 – 16:30. The two-time Oscar®-winner (Legends of the Fall, Braveheart) will discuss excerpts from his films, share anecdotes from the set, and answer questions from the audience. At the Camerimage exhibition area in the Opera Nova, Panavision will have Millennium DXLs on display for festival attendees to get hands-on with the camera. The new HDR OLED Primo Viewfinder, the advanced PX-Pro color spectrum filter, and a selection of innovative large-format and anamorphic Panavision lenses also will be showcased alongside the Panavision System 65mm film camera used to shoot Murder on the Orient Express. The iconic tale of mystery aboard the legendary train, directed by Kenneth Branagh and shot by Haris Zambarloukos, ASC, GSC, will screen on the opening night of Camerimage. Adjacent to the Panavision exhibit, the Light Iron Theater will screen DXL footage in HDR format; Panalux will demonstrate their new underwater light, the AmphiTube product range, which features a bi-color LED solution designed for both wet and dry environments; and LEE Filters, celebrating 50 years in business, will showcase their next-generation neutral density PanaND filters.
  5. Irvine, CA — Nov. 6, 2017. RED Digital Cinema will be showcasing its new cinematic Full Frame sensor for WEAPON cameras, MONSTRO™ 8K VV, at the 25th Camerimage International Film Festival in Bydgoszcz, Poland, from November 11-18. The MONSTRO 8K VV sensor is an evolutionary step beyond the DRAGON 8K VV sensor with improvements in image quality including dynamic range and shadow detail. A WEAPON with MONSTRO 8K VV sensor offers Full Frame lens coverage, captures 8K full format motion at up to 60 fps, produces ultra-detailed 35.4 megapixel stills, and delivers incredibly fast data speeds — up to 300 MB/s. Festival attendees visiting RED’s stand in the Opera Nova Main Foyer will have the opportunity to handle the company’s latest DSMC2® cameras, including WEAPON 8K VV, WEAPON 8K S35 and EPIC-W 8K S35. RED cameras will also be on display at Leica, Cooke, Zeiss, Angeniuex, Hawk and Panavision stands. An official sponsor of Camerimage, RED will also host two seminars at the festival. On Nov. 13, cinematographers Christopher Probst, ASC and Markus Förderer, BVK will discuss “The Future of Digital Formats.” From music videos to feature films and original TV series, Christopher and Markus will share their process for evaluating tools, and approach to choosing a camera and lenses. Attendees will also learn how their progressive filmmaking, combined with the high resolution, large format and flexibility of RED cameras, helped to produce the desired results for their latest endeavors. The seminar will take place at 16:30 in the Miejskie Centrum Kultury (MCK). On Nov. 15, Light Iron Colorist Ian Vertovec and RED’s Dan Duran will discuss RED’s "High Resolution Image Processing Pipeline.” Attendees will learn about the color science behind RED’s Image Processing Pipeline (IPP2), which offers a completely overhauled workflow experience featuring enhancements such as better management of challenging colors, an improved demosaicing algorithm, smoother highlight roll-off, and more. Light Iron will also be featuring modern high resolution workflow, HDR, and its unique color grade used in the Netflix original series, GLOW. The seminar will take place at 16:45 in the Miejskie Centrum Kultury (MCK).
  6. Irvine, CA — October 5, 2017. Today, RED Digital Cinema® announced a new cinematic full frame sensor for WEAPON® cameras, MONSTRO™ 8K VV. MONSTRO is an evolutionary step beyond the DRAGON 8K VV sensor with improvements in image quality including dynamic range and shadow detail. This newest camera and sensor combination, WEAPON 8K VV, offers full frame lens coverage, captures 8K full format motion at up to 60 fps, produces ultra-detailed 35.4 megapixel stills, and delivers incredibly fast data speeds — up to 300 MB/s. And like all of RED’s DSMC2 cameras, WEAPON shoots simultaneous REDCODE® RAW and Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD/HR recording and adheres to the company’s dedication to OBSOLESCENCE OBSOLETE® — a core operating principle that allows current RED owners to upgrade their technology as innovations are unveiled and move between camera systems without having to purchase all new gear. “RED’s internal sensor program continues to push the boundaries of pixel design and MONSTRO is the materialization of our relentless pursuit to make the absolute best image sensors on the planet,” says Jarred Land, president of RED Digital Cinema. “The Full Frame 8K VV MONSTRO provides unprecedented dynamic range and breathtaking color accuracy with full support for our IPP2 pipeline.” The new WEAPON will be priced at $79,500 (for the camera brain) with upgrades for carbon fiber WEAPON customers available for $29,500. MONSTRO 8K VV will replace the DRAGON 8K VV in RED’s line-up, and customers that had previously placed an order for a DRAGON 8K VV sensor will be offered this new sensor beginning today. New orders will start being fulfilled in early 2018. RED has announced a comprehensive service offering for all carbon fiber WEAPON owners called RED ARMOR-W. RED ARMOR-W offers enhanced and extended protection beyond RED ARMOR, and also includes one sensor swap each year. “‘Good’ has never been ‘good enough’ for RED,” says Land. “We put ourselves in the shoes of our customers and see how we can improve how we can support them. RED ARMOR-W builds upon the foundation of our original extended warranty program and includes giving customers the ability to move between sensors based upon their shooting needs.” Additionally, RED has made its enhanced image processing pipeline (IPP2) available in-camera with the company’s latest firmware release (v7.0) for all cameras with HELIUM and MONSTRO sensors. IPP2 offers a completely overhauled workflow experience, featuring enhancements such as smoother highlight roll-off, better management of challenging colors, an improved demosaicing algorithm, and more. Visit red.com for details or find an authorized dealer or rental house in your area.
  7. Tango/Swing Head in excellent condition. This is the preferred "Version 1" and was only used in a studio environment. Price: 4900.00
  8. This was purchased as a back-up for F65 I already own since there are no rental houses in South Florida that have one. Never used and now ready to go to make someone else's masterpiece. $27,500 a.dolgunov@gmail.com or 702 506 8004 I'll include two VCLX CA batteries.
  9. Have the following for sale: RED 1TB Mini Mag $1800 RED 240GB Mini Mag $600 (I have 2) Contact me anytime 470 326 7718
  10. Selling a RED Epic-W Brain Only. Low hours. I do have a basic package you can inquire. The RED is non-transferable. Meaning it can not be registered with RED. Looking for $18,000.00. Located in the Tri-state Area. NJ/NY/PA/CT Contact me anytime. 470 326 7718
  11. I have 3 RED Mini-Mags 512GBs for sale. Take one or take all. Taking best offers. Thanks. Contact me anytime 929 352 5842
  12. Hey, Selling off my gear to finance out next project. I have the following: RED Helium Carbon Fiber Brain 60 Hours - Non- Transferable Arri / Zeiss Ultra Prime 14mm and 65mm PL Mount Cinema Lenses Zeiss CP.2 PL Mount 5 set 15,21,35,50,85 Please contact me directly at anytime. We're located on the East Coast and will travel and ship anywhere under certain circumstances. Thank You. 929 352 5842
  13. WOODLAND HILLS, CA, (June 1, 2017) – Panavision will reveal advanced new tools for its unprecedented, large-format Millennium DXL 8K camera at their booth in Stage 2 (#S302) at Cine Gear Expo, June 2-3. Demonstrating the evolution of their innovative approach to filmmaking, Panavision will debut a set of fast, wirelessly controlled “Primo Artiste” lenses that cover the full 8K HDR image; the world’s first HDR OLED “Primo” Viewfinder; a new color spectrum filter called “PX-Pro”; and “DXL Control,” an iPhone app for remote camera control. These new technologies support Panavision’s Millennium DXL, which was engineered to offer superior creative control over the entire imaging chain. “The DXL was designed based on feedback from veteran filmmakers who wanted a large format digital system to serve their vision, and these new tools extend that level of innovation,” notes Panavision CEO Kim Snyder. “We are excited that the camera has been met with great enthusiasm for what it offers in terms of creative flexibility and progressive technology at the service of the artist.” Featuring Panavision’s premier large format optics and modular accessories, advanced 8K sensor technology from RED, and unique color science and workflow optimization from Light Iron, the Millennium DXL has been the camera of choice for numerous productions since becoming available in January. “Filmmakers have chosen the camera to shoot major motion pictures, commercials and TV shows,” says Panavision and Light Iron Senior Vice President of Innovation Michael Cioni. “We’ve been listening to filmmakers and developing top-notch capabilities for the camera, as well as fine-tuning what’s next for its ecosystem. These savvy tools continue our solution-focused efforts to deliver the best in class.” The Primo Viewfinder is the industry’s first HDR OLED viewfinder. Designed, engineered and manufactured at Panavision, the Primo Viewfinder offers Panavision optics and proprietary mechanics, an HDR OLED screen, 600-nit brightness, image smoothing, a heater, and custom Panavision glass to limit eye fatigue and make it easier to focus in very bright or dark environments. The viewfinder also boasts a theoretical contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. In creating the Primo Viewfinder, Panavision has made liberal use of customer feedback. “We have been extremely transparent with our trusted customers and shown them iterations along the way,” explains Cioni. “Their fingerprints go into this camera, because it’s their hands that touch the buttons.” Panavision will be showcasing a prototype of its PX-Pro color spectrum filter, which ushers in a significant increase in color separation and dramatically higher color precision. The filters provide an infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) cut that improves color clarity and reduces noise and IR contamination, which can corrupt or distort digitally captured images. “PX-Pro was custom made for DXL,” says Haluki Sadahiro, director of Panavision Electronics and Product Development. “It has been specially designed to allow for a wider range of precise color that supports all color palettes and flare characterizes of lenses new and old, while reducing many of the optical artifacts we see on digital cinema cameras.” The Primo Artiste lenses, available by the end of 2017, are a full series of T/1.8 Prime lenses, making them the fastest optics available for large format cinematography. The Artiste Series is an evolutionary step in large format optics design, becoming the second series of Panavision lenses to include a fully internalized motor and complete metadata compatibility. The essence of the Artiste concept is an innovative design that takes advantage of the aesthetic flexibility available within large format digital imagers, and the resulting look evokes a quality reminiscent of vintage optics. The series incorporates modern features such as focus breathing control, even field illumination and optimized close focus performance. “The primary goal of the Primo Artiste line is to balance the intricacies of aberration control and the art of lens design to create a lens that produces images that resonate with our instinct to relate to painterly images that are identified by smooth transitions between surrounding objects,” says Panavision VP Optical Engineer and Lens Strategy Dan Sasaki. An added feature of the Primo Artiste series is a true anamorphic glass attachment that retains the spherical nature of the base lens yet induces many of the artifacts associated with anamorphic photography such as directional flares and distorted bokeh. The Artiste lenses will initially come in eleven focal lengths (27mm, 35mm, 40mm, 50mm, 65mm, 80mm, 100mm, 125mm, 150mm, 200mm, and 250mm) with expanded focal lengths available in 2018 New DXL Control software mirrors the camera menu system on the user’s Apple device, allowing wireless camera control. “It’s got all the familiar buttons and displays,” says Cioni, who notes the software is available now with a DXL camera rental, and will be available to download for free from the iTunes store starting June 2. Cine Gear attendees will also see the Millennium DXL in action on three live sets that show different lighting conditions, mounted with the Primo Artiste and the Panavision T Series anamorphic lenses. Also at the booth, Light Iron will have their unique post production solutions on display in a theater via an HDR Video Village Cart showcasing 8K HDR DXL footage. Light Iron representatives will be demonstrating how this system helps cinematographers evaluate their images simultaneously in high dynamic range and standard, or low, dynamic range. Having access to both image specs while in production enables cinematographers to better prepare for post-production color grading, given that distributors are frequently requiring both standard- and high-dynamic range deliverables. Light Iron colorists will also be on hand to discuss the finishing process as well as “Light Iron Color,” which is the custom color science built into the DXL. LEE Filters will be exhibiting their ProGlass Cine range of neutral-density filters. ProGlass Cine filters are designed to meet the exacting needs of all cinematographers — whether shooting digitally or on film. They are remarkably neutral, eliminating infrared pollution and ensuring all colors remain accurate and true. This simplifies workflow, saves time and enables cinematographers to focus on their creative goals. For more information on Panavision, visit www.panavision.com.
  14. RED Digital Cinema will bring its latest DSMC2 cameras to The Media Production Show, which takes place 13th and 14th June at the Olympia London (West Hall). Attendees will see demonstrations of the RED EPIC-W™ and WEAPON® 8K S35 with HELIUM™ sensor in the RED VIP Experience Lounge. Sessions with filmmakers* will also take place in the RED VIP Experience Lounge. Speakers are expected to include Planet Earth II cameraman Rob Drewett and New Earth Films producer Kevin Augello as well as access to 8K footage from The BRITs and more. To register to attend the sessions or visit the Lounge, go to: http://bit.ly/REDVIPMPS 13 June / 10am-6pm 11:00 am - 11:30 am Media Management and High-Resolution Data Capture on Electric Dreams 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm The BRITs 8K Q&A Showcase & Gallery Drinks 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Exclusive Q&A with Planet Earth II Cameraman Rob Drewett 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm RED Happy Hour 14th June / 10am-5pm 10:45 am - 11:00 am Zeiss VR lens giveaway 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm Lunch with The Production Guild 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Exclusive Q&A with Kevin Augello from New Earth Films RED cameras will also be on display with select partners at The Media Production Show, including Cooke Optics (#554), Scan Computers (#214), G-Technology booth (#320), and Zeiss (#504). Those heading over to Zeiss will experience the capture capabilities of 6K alongside the new Cine CP.3 XD lenses. In addition, Scan Computers will demonstrate RED’s intuitive workflow within an advanced workstation. All of RED’s DSMC2 cameras offer incredible dynamic range, shoot simultaneous REDCODE® RAW and Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD/HR recording, weigh less than 2 kilograms and adhere to the company’s dedication to OBSOLESCENCE OBSOLETE® — a core operating principle that allows current RED owners to upgrade their technology as innovations are unveiled and move between camera systems without having to purchase all new equipment.
  15. Irvine, CA — November 4, 2016. RED Digital Cinema will be exhibiting at Camerimage International Film Festival in Bydgoszcz, Poland from November 12-19. Those visiting RED’s stand can interact with RED’s DSMC2™ cameras including the newest cameras, RED EPIC-W and WEAPON® 8K S35, which feature RED’s new HELIUM™ sensor. These RED cameras will be featured alongside Dedo Lights and Cooke Optics within the Main Foyer of The Festival Center. This stand will use a mock set displaying the Camerimage Frog Festival Trophies, rarely seen on the exhibit floor or outside the awards. Additional RED EPIC-W cameras will be featured on the Leica and Angenieux stands as well.
  16. Irvine, CA - September 7, 2016. RED Digital Cinema is heading to IBC (booth #12.C71) in Amsterdam from September 9-13. Those visiting RED's booth can interact with RED's entire line of DSMC2TM cameras - RED RAVEN™ 4.5K, SCARLET-W 5K, WEAPON® 6K and WEAPON 8K VV, as well as the limited edition white WEAPON 8K S35 featuring RED's newest sensor, HELIUM™. This creates a unique opportunity for visitors to experience two industry-leading 8K sensors, RED DRAGON® VV and HELIUM S35, side-by-side. All of RED's DSMC2 cameras offer superior image quality, incredible dynamic range, and are capable of shooting simultaneously in REDCODE® RAW and Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD/HR. WEAPON cameras upgraded to a RED DRAGON 8K VV sensor boast up to 75 fps at 8K resolution, 35 megapixel stills from motion, 300 fps at 2K resolution, and incredibly fast data speeds (up to 300 MB/s). RED will also highlight the flexibility of its cameras' modular design by showcasing a variety of third party accessories and peripherals designed specifically for RED cameras. Companies represented in RED's booth will include: * FOOLCOLOR * OFFHOLLYWOOD * RT Motion * Bright Tangerine * Gates Underwater
  17. Sony F65 Camera Package with Media. Please see the list below. Serious inquires only. If you know about the camera, but you are not totally familiar with all of the items below please email me. Sony F65 Body 1 F65 EVF and EVF Mounting Plate 1 Sony Riser Plate 1 Shoulder Pad 1 Sony F65 R4 Recorder 1 AB Battery Plate 1 V-Mount Shoe 1 Control Panel 1 2x 9pL to 9pL Cable 1 Accessory Bracket 1 Solid Camera 1/20 and 3/8” Side Mounted Cheese Plate 1 V-lock Connectors 2 4 2-pin, 4 3-pin accessory breakout box for 24V and 12V Power 1 (3-pin Fisher 24volt – 2-pin Lemo 12 Volt Connectors) Arri BP-9 1 Arri 12-Inch Dovetail 1 512 High Speed SR Memory Card (Black) 3 256 High Speed SR Memory Card (Black) 1 AC Adapter/ Power Cable 1 Frezzi Universal Juice Box 1 2x 10' 8pL(m) to 8pL(f) Power Cable 1 Anton Bauer Hytron 140w Battery 4 Anton Bauer Quad Charger 1 Sony PC4 Downloading Station with 10GigE Option 1 AC Adapter/ Power Cable 1 Sony SRD-1 1 **All Equipment is provided with hard cases or Pelicans System Hours: 697 Continuous 145 Periodic Please see images of the camera package with the link below: http://bit.ly/1FDvexT sean@3riveproductions.com
  18. Henrik A Meyer

    Red Weapon 8K

    Is there anyone that have tested the Red Weapon 8K camera? What is the good and bad things about it? Henrik http://www.henrikameyer.com
  19. BURBANK, Calif. (March 10, 2015) - FotoKem's restoration of Twentieth Century Fox's The Sound of Music will kick off the sixth annual TCM Classic Film Festival on March 26 in Hollywood. Originally released in 1965, the re-mastered version of this cinematic treasure will grace the screen of the TCL Chinese Theater IMAX as the fest's Opening Night Film, as previously announced by TCM. The movie's stars - Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer - will be on hand to introduce the film, along with Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne. Directed by Robert Wise and photographed by Ted D. McCord, ASC, The Sound of Music earned five Oscars® for Best Picture, Director, Sound, Editing and Score. The Rodgers & Hammerstein musical tells the true story of a nun (Andrews) who leaves the convent to serve as governess at the nearby Von Trapp household, where she falls in love with Captain Von Trapp (Plummer) and the family encounters dangers and eventual triumph in Nazi-era Austria. This marks the second consecutive year that a movie restored by FotoKem has opened the TCM Classic Film Festival. Last year, Twentieth Century Fox's Oklahoma! was unveiled for attendees. FotoKem completed the restoration of both 65mm classics through 8K scans from large-format film elements, down-sampled to 4K for restoration and digital cinema mastering. "The popularity of The Sound of Music is in part a testament to the power of 65mm capture," says Schawn Belston, Executive Vice President, Media and Library Services at Twentieth Century Fox, who supervised the restoration. "FotoKem's 8K scanning and complimentary digital post resulted in a stunning digital version of this timeless classic, and made our new 4K restorations of The Sound of Music and Oklahoma! a perfect fit for the opening night screening slot at a festival as prestigious as TCM's." FotoKem, which provides digital workflow and creative finishing solutions, and continues to operate one of the last motion picture laboratories in the United States, has been providing skillful restoration and preservation services for decades. Their expertise in the entire post production process makes the facility uniquely positioned to restore and deliver 65mm sourced images to today's audiences. "We're honored to have been entrusted with the job of digitizing and restoring the The Sound of Music," says FotoKem's Andrew Oran. "This 50-year-old film comes alive today in a whole new way - with a vividness and emotional impact that arguably exceeds even its original release - because of its 65mm pedigree, and the great care we've taken throughout the post process to honor that unique, ultra-high quality source." For the restoration of The Sound of Music, Oran and his team began by creating the highest quality 65mm intermediate film components possible on the facility's re-engineered 65mm contact printers. Next, those film elements were digitized at 8K on the 65mm IMAGICA scanner. FotoKem colorist Mark Griffith mastered the film from re-scaled 4K files, utilizing powerful digital tools to address quality issues present in the sourced material, such as flicker and variable color fading. "At FotoKem, we employ many of these same restoration tools and techniques on 65mm originated images week in and week out for new Hollywood features, giant screen documentaries, and theme park attractions," adds Oran. "Working with 65mm requires precision, whether the images are new or old. Whatever the vintage, we consider it our duty to retain the intentions of the original filmmakers." FotoKem is a sponsor of the 2015 TCM Classic Film Festival, which runs March 26-29. The golden anniversary of the film's premiere launched March 2 in the UK, and March 10 in the U.S. with the release of the 5-disc Ultimate Collector's Edition 50th Anniversary Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD, which features over 13 hours of bonus content. Additionally, through a Fox partnership with Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies, the restored film will also be shown for two days only, April 19 and 22, in over 500 theatres across the U.S. For more information about FotoKem, visit www.fotokem.com. For details about the TCM Classic Film Festival, go to http://filmfestival.tcm.com.
  20. From the new Red Shark article about the Sony F65: "The 20 megapixels quoted actually refer to the number of photosites on the sensor itself. Interpolation then allows us to increase the number of output pixels for 8K to 33 megapixels." So it's not actually an 8k sensor, and it doesn't actually record in 8k, am I right in thinking that means the camera isn't actually 8k then? Dunno, I'm still trying to work out where the holes are in this "3perf" camera! Sometimes I wish companies had more confidence in their products, theres certainly a fair percentage of the people who have shot on the F65 who have loved the images, can't the products stand for themselves? (Probably a very naive thing to be thinking but this kind of stuff does seem really silly) Freya
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