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#1 Vorobyev Dmitry

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Posted 28 January 2010 - 05:04 AM

Film Format: 35mm

Audio Format: Optical Sound standards white and high Magenta/Cyan - Dolby SRD Optional

Resolution: 1/2" 3 CCD, 14-Bit DSP, 800 TV Lines, 752 x 582 PAL

Video Format: 625/50 Hz, 525/59.94 Hz optional

Video Outputs: DV/DV CAM on IEEE-1394 6-pin interface
SDI 10Bit(with embedded audio) (270 Mb/s), BNC

Analog component signal: Y 1.0 Vpp, B-Y/ R-Y 0.7 Vpp, 75-ohm,
SMPTE/EBU, BNC

S-video signal: Y 1.0 Vpp, C 0.43 Vpp, 75-ohm (4-pin mini-DIN)

CVBS signal: 1.0 Vpp, 75-ohm, BNC

Sync Signal: Genlock video sync signal 0.3 Vpp, 75-ohm, BNC Biphase square wave signal

Audio Outputs: Unbalanced Stereo, balanced Stereo, AES/EBU, und DV/SDI embedded Audio

Digital Colour Correction: RGB Matching, Black and Gamma in the camera, variable light color

Light Source: High power RGB light engine (4 arrays configured with 39 cavities) each
cavity contains multiple red, green and blue Led deliver for optimal color uniformity.

Drive control system: Microcontroller Sync and Motion Control; play, stop, shuttle, search via
remote control, go to counter "0", RS422 and IEEE1394 machine control

Film speed: 5 fps to 25 fps play mode, shuttle forward and rewind up to 250 fps Run up time: < 2,5s

Framing adjustment: Vertical electronically
Focus control: Optical

Additional options:
• Interface of Flashtransfer RS 422 Version Software 2 supports the editing commands compatible with FCP and AVID.
• Renovations of configuration and software: with Mac or Windows through output RS422
• Optical sound head OK 35 S LED with red LED for High Magenta/Cyanic material.
• Optical sound equalizer EO 50
• Optical sound amplifierTO 50
• Built on SR*D reader, version MB51 and Flashtransfer 35





Accent Studio Ltd. was established in 1993. The Studio’s main activity is PRODUCTION and POST-PRODUCTION.

The Studio disposes of the sets of filming equipment: HD SONY 900 R (Cine Alta), IKEGAMI DVCAM, SONY HDV, sound recording equipment (Sennheiser, Lectrosonics, Neumann and the other auxiliary machinery (Cameraman's car, Grimmwagen, Kamerwagen etc.).

We offer full-cycle service of video editing and color correction, initial and terminal subtitles elaboration and production, shots clearing (cables, safety halyards, microphones in a shot) and computer graphics. Sound is processed in the following formats: MONO, STEREO, D.D 5.1.
The post dubbing of audio is maintained on the production plant, such service of the Studio includes the recording of synchronous noises in specially equipped film studios, SOUND DESIGN with using the libraries including those of the own Studio productions. The Studio possesses a cinema hall Dolby digital 5.1 and a control room QCD (Quality Control Department). By now the Studio has at its’ disposal 20 clipping rooms (audio, video) and constantly continues to develop.


www.accent-pro.ru
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#2 Kent Kumpula

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Posted 31 January 2010 - 07:41 AM

If the source material is 35mm film... it feels crazy to transfer it to SD resolution. You should really consider getting some HD equipment.
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