(London, UK--February 24, 2015) Codex , the industry leader in high-end digital recording and workflow equipment for motion picture and TV production, has once again collaborated with ARRI to develop the recording and workflow system for an exciting new addition to the ALEXA family – the ALEXA Mini.
Even though there is clear evidence of the mass exodus from celluloid to digital, especially for indies, that doesn't mean that the use of film is dead. In fact, Kodak and the six major Hollywood studios are seeing to it that this doesn't happen. Today, Kodak announced that they've made new agreements with Warner Brothers, Disney, Universal, Paramount, Fox, and Columbia to, in part, provide them with motion picture film stock.
Les travaux menés au sein du groupe de travail CST-RT021-MFFW et du Fraunhofer-IIS ont abouti, cette semaine, à un accord franco-allemand. Le document résultant a été présenté le 3 décembre 2014 et va servir de base à un projet de standard SMPTE. Suite au lancement du plan de numéri
Mediakwest : Qui est Ike No Koi ?Arnaud Chelet (Fondateur associé): IKE NO KOI est un studio de postproduction image (étalonnage et VFX). Nous réalisons l’étalonnage et les effets visuels de longs-métrages, documentaires ou films publicitaires. Au sein d’IKE NO KOI, nous accompagnons les
We proudly announce the new ALEXA Mini, a versatile additional tool in the ARRI ALEXA camera range, combining a compact form factor with the same ALEV III sensor and unrivalled image quality as all other ALEXA models. Designed for specialized shot-making, the ALEXA Mini features a super-lightweight carbon body and titanium PL mount, frame rates of 0.75-200 fps, in-camera recording of ARRIRAW and ProRes (including 4K UHD) and state-of-the-art integrated functions.
This year's Academy Awards is filled with exciting pieces of cinema, from the unique cinematography of Birdman and Ida to the peculiar aesthetic of The Grand Budapest Hotel. Though a camera alone doesn't make or break the look of a film, it's still interesting to know which ones were used on Oscar-nominated films.
Since the earliest days of the motion picture industry, scientists, engineers and filmmakers have collaborated on advancing the technologies that make motion pictures the most dynamic of art forms. Frame rates, aspect ratios, sound formats, digital production and projection – all of these evolutionary developments require common standards for industry-wide adoption.
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