[Tig] Golden Eye?
ted at tedlangdell.com
Fri Sep 3 18:17:43 BST 2010
FYI: Image Systems has representation in the UK, and elsewhere:
Some on the list might be familiar with Colin Broad and his line of
gearboxes for Telecine and video interface: He's the UK rep.
There is representation in the US, also, not yet on the IS website.
Graham Jone is now with Image Systems TrackEye, Inc., based in
Graham Jones<gj at imagesystems.se>
Graham handled the Golden Eye with Photosonics in LA which has
represnted the Image Systems military and industrial products for a
number of years.
As MWA Nova's US/Canada representative, I've had an informal
relationship with Image Systems for several years.
Hope this is helpful.
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On Sep 3, 2010, at 7:41 AM, Dan Tatut wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> indeed,initially it was developped for scanning film for the
> automotive industry and also for the military.
> you may contact directly Johan:
> johan.kihlgren at imagesystems.se
> he's the guy who usually demonstrates the scanner at the shows and
> he'll be prenset at IBC this year.
> as far as I have seen, it's a nice piece of equipment and has a
> really nice "telecine"-like option where you can scan 1k at 25fps.
> It also handles monochrome DPX, which is good if you are into
> achives, etc.
> BTW, MWA is just their distributor, the manufacturer is ImageSystems
> Disclaimer: I do not work for ImageSystems or MWA
> Dan Tatut
> VP Business Strategy & Development
> *MARQUISE TECHNOLOGIES SA*
> Rue des Avouillons 4
> 1196 Gland - Switzerland
> Tel +41 22 364 54 71
> www.marquise-tech.com <http://www.marquise-tech.com/>
> *IBC Hall 13, Booth 13.A30*
> peter stansfield wrote:
>> Sohonet http://www.sohonet.co.uk sponsors the TIG.
>> IBC Focus Sheet 2010 at http://www.colorist.org/wiki/TIGIBCFS10
>> Someone has recently asked me about the Golden Eye film scanner.
>> I don't really have an opinion - I vaguely remember seeing it at
>> The website seems to say it was developed for Automotive & Military
>> use (?)
>> Who out there would like to give me their views?
>> Peter Stansfield
>> Wavecrest Systems Ltd
>> PS - I don't work for MWA, the manufacturer of Golden Eye....
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