Ochiva, Dan
December 2005
Millimeter;Dec2005, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p28
Trade Publication
The article features Imagica's Imager HSR high-speed recorder. The recorder is 6X faster than the laser recorders. It cranks up 3fps when recording 2K motion picture data to Eastman Kodak 5242 intermediate film. Technologies integrated into HSR are recorder technology licensed from Kodak, IVC's D-ILA LCoS imager, optical engine and an LED light source.


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