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- Subject: RE>Re: RE>Diamond
- From: Paul Grace <paulg at rushes.co.uk>
- Date: 18 Apr 97 10:49:30 +0000
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RE>Re: RE>Diamond 18/4/9
>Am I mistaken in thinking that this machine is a resurrection of the
Ken, did you sit in on the demo at NAB?
Peter Swinson gave a clear description on the development of this exciting machine and answered any questions from the floor that were thrown at him.
"Jabba" was an in house working name and C reality is the final product name.
Products as complex as a telecine with state of the art optical, mechanical and electronic engineering are not popped out in a few months.
The design was carefully planned and developed over a period of years.
For me, I felt very proud of Cintel at NAB.
Here was a company that had been through some major company changes and have released a stunning telecine in concept form that is clearly way ahead of any existing machine.
Looking around the stand with the new look Diamond and the now shipping Klone, Cintel looked very hi tech.
(shame about the old green booth though!)
I for one, will be purchasing two C realitys when they ship.
Paul Grace :-)
thanks to David Gustafson of CFI & Drew Marsh of Filmworkers Club
for supporting the Telecine Internet Group in 1997
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