[Tig] Golden Eye?

Ted Langdell 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  
Southern California.
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.


Ted Langdell
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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  
> (Sweden).
> Dan
> Disclaimer: I do not work for ImageSystems or MWA
> Dan Tatut
> VP Business Strategy & Development
> 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
>> ====
>> Hi
>> Someone has recently asked me about the Golden Eye film scanner.
>> I don't really have an opinion - I vaguely remember seeing it at  
>> shows...
>> The website seems to say it was developed for Automotive & Military  
>> use (?)
>> Who out there would like to give me their views?
>> Regards
>> Peter Stansfield
>> Wavecrest Systems Ltd
>> UK
>> PS - I don't work for MWA, the manufacturer of Golden Eye....

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