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I-Movix: X10 UHD slows advance of 4K

12 September 2014

The new X10 UHD from   I-Movix is claimed to be the industry’s most powerful 4K ultra slow motion system, and the first to support both continuous super slow motion and ultra slow motion at frame rates of up to 1000 frames per second.

It combines the core of   I-Movix’s X10 ultra-motion technology (including standard EVS workflow) with Vision Research’s Phantom Flex4K camera, and supports operation in a range of modes to meet differing production requirements. It can be instantly re-configured for alternative 4K or HD shooting scenarios.

It now has increased dynamic range, to improve its performance when lighting is poor, and supports higher frame rates in SSM mode (continuous mode) of up to 120fps at 4Kp60. When operating in HD resolutions (1080p or 1080i) it can do up to 600fps in

SSM mode, or up to 2,000fps in USM Live and Replay mode. It can also perform as a conventional live camera. It can also be specified in an RF version.

IBC is the first European showing for the 4K system, “which has had an amazing market response since its launch earlier this year. With its extraordinary specification X10 UHD easily outstrips the competition,” claimed I-Movix CEO, Laurent Renard.

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