CELCO RECORDER TOUTED FOR SPEED
- Novatec to rep Celco in US, replacing Group One. D.J. // TCI: Theatre Crafts International;Dec96, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p18
Reports on British lighting control manufacturer Celco's selection of Toronto, Ontario-based Novatec to handle its line of products in the United States. Replacement of longtime distributor Group One Ltd.; Novatec's experience in reintroducing Celco's products to the Canadian market.
- FASTER, LOWER-COST FILM OUT. Ochiva, Dan // Millimeter;Jun/Jul2006, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p40
The article evaluates the Firestorm 2X digital film recorder from Celco Inc. and offers information on its features and capabilities.
- Firestorm Ignites Film Recording. // American Cinematographer;Apr2008, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p102
The article evaluates the Firestorm 4K Digital Motion Picture Recorder from Celco.
- Celco Buys Back Independent Status. Johnson, David // Entertainment Design;Mar1999, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p26
Reports that Celco has reformed as an independent manufacturer and will resume trading under its former status as Celco Ltd. Positional changes at the company; Other plans of the company; Comments from Keith Dale, managing director.
- Name change for Celco. Johnson, David // TCI: Theatre Crafts International;Mar94, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p20
Reports on Celco Inc.'s merger with its sister company, Group One. President of the entity; Reason for the change; Officers of the company.
- Celco Unleashes 4K Firestorm Recorder. // Computer Graphics World;May2008, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p6
The article evaluates Firestorm 4K digital motion-picture recorder from Celco.
- NEW KODAK MC3 COMBINES TI DSP/KODAK IMAGING SCIENCE. // Multimedia Publisher;Apr2001, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p1
Focuses on the combination of a single programmable digital signal processor from Texas Instruments Inc. and the imaging science of Kodak for the Kodak mc3 digital camera.
- Kodak beefs up digital camera. Bogardus, Tim // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management;8/1/94, Vol. 23 Issue 13, p29
Announces the release of the Kodak DCS 420 32-bit high-resolution digital camera from Eastman Kodak. Detachable electronic back fitted to Nikon N90 keyboard; Compatible hardware and software; Choice between color, black-and-white and infra-red models.
- Cameras away! Fisher, A. // Popular Science;Nov89, Vol. 235 Issue 5, p80
Looks at two new disposable cameras from Kodak, the waterproof Weekend 35 and the panoramic Stretch 35.