Rapid development for slo-mo camera15 September 2017
The latest version of the Infinite slow-motion camera, now offering HDR and wide colour gamut capabilities, is being demonstrated. The update expands on the ultra-slow-motion camera system that captures and provides continuous onboard loop recording of more than one hour’s footage at high frame rates and resolutions.
Other new features include d-flicker, combining efficiency and artefact-free image quality, as well as a new version of the d-flicker unit featuring advanced de-noising, compact form factor and optimised workflow.
With its simplified workflow and numerous functionalities, Infinite can be operated in a range of modes to meet any production constraints, both technical and financial, claimed I-Movix. The company added it can help streamline production logistics when used either in standalone mode without a server, or in conjunction with a server, where it only requires a single channel, saving cost and space in the OB van.
Laurent Renard, CEO, I-Movix, said: “The Infinite slow-motion solution has already been widely adopted in a variety of production workflows. Now we are also adding HDR capability, making sure we continue to cover all bases for our demanding customers.”
The company also announced that d-flicker is now available for third-party cameras solutions.