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Reports Now Streaming from NAB

By DCS, Jun 26, 2008

New cameras are covered including RED’s newly announced “Scarlet” 3K and “Epic 5K”, Panasonic’s new Varicam2, HVX200a, HVX170, Sony’s F35, XDCAM EX3, Arri’s D21, the Vision Research Phantoms, and Canon updated XLH1s. Also, look for Blackmagic Design’s President, Dan May and AJA’s President Nick ... [ Read: Reports Now Streaming from NAB ]

HD-DVD R.I.P.

By DCS, Feb 24, 2008

Toshiba put HD-DVD out of its misery Saturday, February 16th, by confirming that it will cease manufacturing HD-DVD equipment. As previously reported Warner Brothers had opted to join Disney, Fox, MGM, Lion’s Gate, and of course, Sony, and distribute it’s library only on Blu-ray. In addition, last week, Toshiba's ... [ Read: HD-DVD R.I.P. ]

Streaming Coverage From NAB 2007

By DCS, Jun 24, 2007

Posting of NAB Streaming Coverage is Now Complete and Available on the homepage. Look for the link “Streaming - NAB 07” to view or download Quicktime movies featuring: RED, Dalsa, Phantom, Sony F23, and Silicon Imaging Digital Cinema Cameras, S.two, Panasonic cameras, both Canon Cameras and Lenses, Zeiss ... [ Read: Streaming Coverage From NAB 2007 ]

Final DCI Specification Announced

By DCS, Jul 31, 2005

DIGITAL CINEMA INITIATIVES (DCI) ANNOUNCES FINAL SPECIFICATION After over three years of testing, evaluation, and contemplation, the seven major studios that make up DCI, (Disney, Fox, MGM, Paramount, Sony, Universal and Warner Bros.), have settled on a technological blue print for the implantation of Digital Cinema. ... [ Read: Final DCI Specification Announced ]

DCS News July 2005

By DCS, Jul 12, 2005

DV Expo East 2005 Digital Video Expo East 2005 Javits Convention Center, New York, NY http://www.dvexpo.com/east/ This five-day event includes Apple Certification training, a conference on the technical, legal, and business challenges driving change in our industry, special events, and an exhibit hall of new gear ... [ Read: DCS News July 2005 ]

Panavision Debuts New Genesis Camera

By DCS, Jul 5, 2004

The Genesis™ camera, which contains a Super 35mm-sized sensor, also has a 35mm depth of field equivalent. The size, weight and ergonomics are similar to existing Panavision 35mm cameras. Features include speeds up to 50 fps, utilization of many existing cine accessories, and a dockable Sony SRW-1 VTR that virtually ... [ Read: Panavision Debuts New Genesis Camera ]