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08.31.2006
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Kodak to highlight Vision2 HD System

The Kodak Vision2 HD System has been nominated and short-listed for the new IBC Innovation Awards. The awards were introduced this year as a way of recognizing innovative use of technology in the creation, management and delivery of content. More than 70 entries were received.

The Kodak Vision2 HD System includes a scan-only film in Super 16 and 35mm formats, software and a digital processor that colorists can use at post-production facilities to follow the instructions of cinematographers who want to emulate the imaging characteristics of past and any current Kodak color negative emulsion. Cinematographers can choose an exposure index (E.I.) of 100, 320 or 500, depending on the situation.

The Kodak Vision2 HD Digital Processor Version 2.0 and software enables colorists to follow the instructions of cinematographers who want to compensate for different E.I. ratings, under- and over-exposures and variations in color temperatures.

See Kodak at IBC2006 Stand 7.829 or visit: www.kodak.com/go/motion.



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