Αφιερωμένο στο Βογιατζάκη. 4k-10 megapixels-125 fps

Babis K.

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Αμήν και πότε.... :Banane0: ... Παναγιώτη ρίξε μια ματιά.... :music-smiley-005: :music-smiley-005:

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PHANTOM 65

4096 x 2440 @ 125 frames-per-second (fps)
The world's first medium-format digital cinema camera.

A new chapter is being written for professional cinematography. The coveted 65mm format is now a digital reality!

Our new Phantom digital widescreen cinema cameras aren't just about replacing film or video with some new technology, they're about creating a new way of seeing time. Tell a story from a viewpoint that is not limited by 24 frames per second. The Phantom 65 lets you experience control over your shot in ways that you have never experienced in the past. With the Phantom 65, the 65mm cine frame now exists for you to experience in digital format.


4K! 10 Megapixels! 125 fps!
Consider 10 megapixel resolution at speeds of up to 125 frames per second, plus shutter speed control down to 2 microseconds (1/500,000 second)! You now have precise control over the amount of blur or clarity in each scene. Exposure time is no longer dependant on the camera's frame rate or limited to a few shutter openings. The Phantom 65 lets you set the exposure time in increments of one microsecond. Apply shortened exposure times to achieve the look of a hard edge street video, or lengthened exposure times until you've captured the indefinable, unmistakable feel of film. The Phantom 65's CMOS sensor is comprised of 12.5 micron pixels and uses 14-bit A/D conversion for excellent sensitivity. Take advantage of our exclusive EDR (Extreme Dynamic Range) function plus a user determined contrast ratio, and you get image quality that rivals film. In practice, you'll get a full 11 stops of dynamic range.
Unlike film production, the Phantom 65 provides an immediate view of the last take allowing you to determine if a scene requires a re-shoot while the lighting, crew, and characters are still set, ready, and the mood is still fresh. View earlier recorded scenes on site to help insure wardrobe or scene continuity, exposure, shutter speed, and lighting effects are exactly what you want before striking the set or move to a new location.
Multi-Standard Compliant Output
The Phantom 65 has allocated formats for standard 70mm 2.21:1 (4096x1860 pixels), HD (1920x1080), UHD (3840x2160), and 35mm mopic at 1.85:1 using an active pixel area of 25.6mm x 13.85mm (2048x1108 pixels) making this camera fully compatible with all 35mm equipment as well. User selectable aspect ratios can also be set in 8 pixel vertical increments. Using the available 4:2:2 output the Phantom 65 can be configured for "live" broadcast or studio production and has a continuous video output that conforms to SDI and HD-SDI (720p, 1080p, 1080psf, 1080i) standards. The Phantom 65 also accepts +12Vdc YPrPb viewfinders or monitors to make shooting any subject clear and precise.
Digital imaging provides for multiple triggering and recording modes that can be tailored specifically for your application. Advanced camera setup and image file downloads using a common Gigabit Ethernet connection are accomplished using a PC and the Phantom software. Image files can easily be converted to TIFF stacks, MOV, or AVI formats using this included software package.
 

takisot

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Απιστευτη καμερα! Θα αργησει ομως πολυ να καθιερωθει σαν φορμα ειδικα τα 125 fps, διοτι δεν αρκει να γινουν ψηφιακα ολα τα σινεμα, αλλα πρεπει και ολα τα post production houses να αλλαξουν εξοπλισμο κλπ
Ειναι ομως μια καλη αρχη!
 
17 June 2006
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Επιτέλους, αυτή είναι πραγματική κάμερα, κάμερα με α...χίδια που λέμε!!! :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: Από περιέργεια και μόνο στρατηγέ μου, πόσο κοστίζει;!

Φανταστείτε τώρα, να υπήρχαν προβολείς με ανάλυση 4000x2000 πίξελς, αλλά το κυριότερο να μπορούσαν να κλειδώσουν στα 125Hz, τι εικόνα θα βλέπαμε! Όπως και να έχει παιδιά, το πέρασμα του κλασικού φιλμ 35mm στο χρονοντούλαπο της ιστορίας είναι περισσότερο κοντά από ποτέ. Φανταστείτε σε μερικά χρόνια τέτοιες κάμερες να γίνουν προσιτές για το ευρύ κοινό, αλλά οι ελληνικοί κινηματογράφοι να εξακολουθούν να προβάλλουν σε φιλμ 35mm. Χιχιχι, θα προτιμάμε να βλέπουμε στους προβολείς μας τα δικά μας βίντεο παρά τις ταινίες του Hollywood!!!:eek: :grandpa:
 

Larry

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The first, the Phantom 65 is a full-frame 65mm CMOS camera.
*4096x2440 resolution, can window down to smaller rez
*10 megapixel Progressive CMOS sensor
*Sensor physically measures 51.2mm x 23.25mm
*2.2:1 aspect ratio
*1-125fps, selectable in 1-frame increments. Cannot be ramped while shooting BUT allows you to build a automatic "frame-rate profile" (see notes below)
*14-bit color
*11-stop tonal range
*2048:1 contrast ratio
*2GB-16GB "onboard buffer" DRAM
*Optional 128GB removable flash mag (fill, remove, swap, dump, repeat)
*Optional fiber-optic out to storage
*Gig-ethernet output dumps direct to PC
*HD-SDI out (no audio on cam, so no embedded audio)
*Composite video out
*Camera also has a "capture connector" that allows synching of audio, etc. Supports SMPTE, synch, trigger, pre-trigger, etc.

First models will begin shipping in September, approx prices will be $190K-$220K and will vary based on custom configuration (amount of onboard DRAM buffer, etc).


The 2nd camera that they have released at NAB is the Phantom HD. It has basically the same featureset as the Phantom 65, just with a full-frame 35mm CMOS sensor instead.
*1920x1080 resolution
*Progressive 35mm CMOS sensor
*Sensor physically measures 34mm x 13.5mm
*16:9 aspect ratio
*1-1000fps user selectable in 1-frame increments. Cannot be ramped while shooting BUT allows you to build a automatic "frame-rate profile" (see notes below)
*14-bit color
*11-stop tonal range
*2048:1 contrast ratio
*4GB-16GB "onboard buffer" DRAM
*Optional 128GB removable flash mag (fill, remove, swap, dump, repeat)
*Optional fiber-optic out to storage
*Gig-ethernet output dumps direct to PC
*HD-SDI out (no audio on cam, so no embedded audio)
*Composite video out
*"capture connector" that allows synching of audio, etc. Supports SMPTE, synch, trigger, pre-trigger, etc.
*Standard PL mount for lenses (other mounts available)

First models will begin shipping in June, approx prices will be $100K-$125K and will vary based on custom configuration (amount of onboard DRAM buffer, etc).


Note that for the Phantom 65, the 65mm format lenses are a little harder to find. At NAB they are showing it with a Mamiya medium format still lens setup, Mamiya has a pretty wide variety of focal lengths and speeds available. They will be looking to collaborate with a lens mfr in the future to deliver more options, focus pulling on lens, etc.

The Phantom 65 will do the following formats:
70mm
2.21:1 - 4096 x 1860
1.85:1 - 4096 x 2214

35mm
1.85:1 - 1672 x 900
1.85:1 - 1920 x 1038
1.37:1 - 1672 x 1220
1.37:1 - 1920 x 1400

HD
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720

UHD
3840 x 2160

The Phantom HD will do the following formats:
35mm
1.85:1 - 1920 x 1038

HD
16:9 - 1920 x 1080

The internal DRAM buffer on both cams allows you to roll the camera at all times...when you stop the camera, the buffer stays full. Allows you to kinda "shoot non-linearly", that is, shoot continuously rolling until something happens. Obviously can be used linearly, in the traditional "action-shoot-cut-that's-a-wrap style" as well. All kinds of possibilities with this configuration...

One interesting thing to note is that these cameras allow a DP total control over time... it allows adjustable 2-microseconds exposure time and up-up-up (in 1-microsecond increments) to control the amount of motion blur in an image.

Both cameras use a ".CIN" format that was invented by Vision Research (and is proprietary). CIN is an un-interpolated lossless format, color information is stored in header vs being stored in each picture. It is very efficient as formats go, I was quoted that where a standard format like TIFF might store an image in 1.2GB of space, CIN can do it in 380MB. Interesting.

The "frame-rate profile" (available on both cams, I believe) is a feature that allows you to program a scene profile with auto-ramping framerates. This is done on a Windows PC-based application, tethered to the camera. You choose the framerates you want to use, and morph/ramp to different framerates as you so desire. This "scene file" of sorts is then transfered to the camera, and stored for use during shooting. Once you have a frame-rate profile setup, you can shoot with the camera untethered from the PC.
 

Kosh

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7 September 2006
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Εκεί ψηλά.....
ωρε μη τρελαινεστε τα 125 καρε δεν ειναι για καλυτερη αναλυση ειναι απλα για το σλοου μοσιον......

να χαιρεστε για τα 4Κ μονο...προς το παρον

θα τα απολαυσουμε ολοι με το ΚΤΗΝΟΣ http://www.cine4home.com/reviews/projectors/SonyCineAlta4K/SRX-R110.htm

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