[Tig] NYC SMPTE Meeting Fuji & Kodak 3/31/2003

Rich Torpey rich
Sun Mar 16 17:15:28 GMT 2003

New and Exciting Film Technologies

Monday, 31 March 2003
Alliance Fran?aise
55 East 59th Street (Madison-Park)
Enter @ Florence Gould Hall Boxoffice
SUBWAY: 4/5/6/F/N/R/W to 59th Street 

5:00 PM Refreshments and social hour
Sponsored by Fujifilm and Kodak
6:00 PM Technical presentation

                                                  ~ PROGRAM ~


Fuji Reala 500D:
Mac Jibiki, Fujifilm

Fuji Reala 500D has been developed utilizing " fourth color technology"
to further expand the choice of locations for film shooting.

Kodak 5218 500T Color Negative Film:
David Long, Eastman Kodak

With the design of Vision2 500T Color Negative Film, Kodak has
introduced film technology optimized for both the traditional optical
and digital
post-production worlds.

While resolution and grain improvements comprise a big part of the
advancements offered by this new technology, film sensitometry and color
reproduction have
also been carefully engineered to facilitate improvements in neutral
scale control and digital post-production productivity. And all of this
is made possible by
silver halide technologies that significantly reduce grain and
film-building technologies that shape a new standard of photographic
performance in a world of
hybrid applications.

Ed Schuller, NY Section SMPTE Test Material Advisor

But wait, there's more!!! Ed Schuller, our acclaimed Test Materials
Advisor, will be displaying 3 standard leaders and will explain the
difference between them.
Says Ed, "I will announce the new 35mm Theatrical Projection Leader,
recently issued by the SMPTE Headquarters Test Materials Department. I
will also show
the original Academy leader and the SMPTE 35mm Universal Leader. I plan
to briefly talk about the origins of the Academy leader, the reason for
developing the
SMPTE Universal Leader and the reason for developing the new Theatrical

for updates.

Rich Torpey
Rhinoceros/MultiVideo Group
50 East 42 Street
New York, NY 10017
(212) 986-1577
(212) 972-0702 fax

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