[Tig] iPhone 3G white point adjusted
warrenl at gmail.com
Fri Dec 11 02:34:59 GMT 2009
Have a look at the "first" (I'm betting someone here will dig an obscure one
out from years ago!) compact camera with a built in projector, the Nikon
They (Nikon) quote VGA equivalent resolution, 10 lumens max. brightness and
up to 6ft 6" throw.
May as well add that to the grading suite equipment I guess.
I have no affiliation with Nikon, other than an APS SLR someone gave to me a
few years back. It would appear that size of image target was years ahead of
it's time judging by the current crop (excuse the pun) of digital SLR's.
2008/7/15 Rob Lingelbach <rob at colorist.org>
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> On Jul 16, 2008, at 12:31 AM, Rob Lingelbach wrote:
>> I've been asked more than once to use the clips on an iPhone as reference
>> for my grading.
> the screen isn't going to get much bigger, but could you imagine,
> eventually, having a projector in the iPhone that, if given the proper
> surface, would allow clients in the suite to show (good resolution) clips ?
> and then the actual grading suite output could be narrowcast to all the
> iPhones of the clients in the facility, for either in-phone viewing or
> or, built-in to the obligatory client sunglasses, a pair of tiny hi-res
> that way the sunglasses wouldn't have to come off, exposing the real person
> by mistake...
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