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Kinoton and DVC Open House Event a Complete Success

Fourth Open House of Kinoton and DVC focused on digital workflow (March 17, 2005)

Digital workflow was the theme of the fourth Open House of Kinoton and DVC taking place in Germering/Munich from March 8 th 10 th . This year, the two organisers were supported by several well-known partner companies.

P+S Technik from Munich exhibited the Image Converters MINI35 and PRO35, bridging the gap between digital video capturing and the aesthetic possibilities of 35mm film lenses. Presented for the first time in Europe was the new MINI35 Connecting Kit combining the new Sony HDV Camcorder HVR-FX1 and 35mm film lenses. Besides, attendees could test a little camera tracking device - the SKATER Mini camera dolly. This lowest camera dolly, only 2.0 inches (5.14 cm) in height, offers easy and precise moves and turns.

Kinoton, in cooperation with their sales partner Datim, presented their newly designed film scanners 4KCineScan and 5KArchiveScan for fast and easy digitalisation of films in highest resolutions. Their film projectors for various studio applications such as quality inspection or dubbing quickened the visitors interests as well. Other highlights of Kinotons exhibits were the innovative Litefast 360 Display and the versatile DIPIT systems for storing, administration and presentation of digital images and clips. DIPIT 3D proved a special eye catcher, projecting impressive stereoscopic movies in full HD resolution.

DVC Digitalvideo Computing introduced their uncompressed multi-standard and multi-channel disk recorder ClipRecorder Xtreme featuring dual-link HD and HD & SD in- and output with 8/10 bit for optional 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 storage. Besides, DVC and Datim presented the daVinci 2k Colour Correction System with the ClipRecorder 2k, the perfect solution for 2k ingest, storage and colour correction. In addition DVC showed the latest streaming and encoding solutions designed by Optibase and as a highlight announced the new MovieMaker real-time HD Encoding Board.

Cinevation exhibited their Cinevator, the first real time digital film recorder and film printer in one machine enabling its operator to directly go from digital intermediate to 35 mm print film with sound and subtitles included. And Cinevations CGP35 Digital Colour Grading Projector delivers unsurpassed image quality with colours matching 35 mm film, ideal for editing suites or screening rooms.

Owing to this interesting presentations, the Open House was very well attended: Around 130 guests from 15 countries visited Kinotons headquarter close to Munich/Germany. Even international dealers and sales partners did not spare long ways to join the event, but Kinotons sales representative from New Zealand surely established this years distance record.

For further information please contact:

DVC Digitalvideo Computing GmbH Seestr. 7 D-82211 Herrsching Tel. +49 8152 93010 Fax: +49 8152 91331 Email: [email protected]


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