06.11.2007 11:43 AM
Siam Film acquires IMAGICA film recorder for DI

Siam Film Development has purchased an IMAGICA Technologies IMAGER HSR film recorder to drive its growth into digital intermediate (DI) services.

The IMAGER HSR film recorder, built on imaging technology licensed from Eastman Kodak, delivers high speed and high quality for the final phase of DI: recording projects back to film. The system can record three frames per second in 2K resolution.

The IMAGER HSR combines a newly developed optical engine with JVC's D-ILA LCOS imaging device and LED illumination to record motion picture data to intermediate film stock. It supports several common file formats, including Cineon/DPX, TIFF, SGI (RGB) and YUV. It also features optional support for HD (1920 x 1080) and 2K.

Siam Film Development is a leading film laboratory and post-production facility in Thailand, offering negative and positive processing, printing, visual effects, editing, negative cutting, sound production, high-resolution film scanning and film recording.

For more information, visit http://www.imagica.com/index_e.html.



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