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Cintel Launches Exciting New Products At NAB 2009

Celebrating over 40 years of continuous attendance at the National Association of Broadcasters exhibition, Cintel International has chosen the event to launch two exciting new Post Production Solutions - ditto evolution and imageMill2.
Cintel Sales Director Simon Carter stated: "The NAB is very important to us and our customers, it seems we've been exhibiting there since records began!
"Our customers can't afford the time to attend different events for different products at different times so we endeavour to use this high profile and well attended opportunity to showcase both our current and new products.
"At NAB 2009 we are very excited to be launching our new film scanner diTTo evolution and a new image processing platform imageMill2."
diTTo evolution offers a modular and upgradeable solution to film scanning. Building on the successful elements of the renowned diTTo scanner including unequalled image performance, easy to use interface and the famous D/SCO - Dust/Scratch Concealment option, diTTo evolution additionally provides a fast shuttle capability, non-pin registration mode for archive scanning an a 3.2D density range.
Simon Clark, Cintel's Business Development Manager, commented: "diTTo evolution is a solution to all film scanning needs. It can evolve from a simple-to-use, pin registration scanner for Digital Intermediate with superb image quality from Negative Film, to a multi-format, non-pin registration machine for shrunken and damaged film, including a 3.2D density range for excellent Print film results. A future upgrade to enable oversampled 4K and above, resolution will become available."
imageMill2 is new image processing platform adding network capabilities and data file management to the existing imageMill capabilities. GRACE, the noise and film grain management tool will be available at the point of delivery in late 2009 with STEADY, the real time image stabilisation application and a new Dust/Scratch Concealment option following later.
Simon Carter added: "imageMill2 will address the industries need for a powerful yet simple to use Noise and Grain management for tool for Digital Intermediate applications. imageMill1 will remain available for all customers with real time SD HD video or HSDL data workflows. In fact, to help our customers in the current financial climate, we have reduced the price of a fully configured imageMill1 to £30,000 and will additionally offer interest-free credit terms."
Cintel will also be demonstrating, on Stand SL2216, the MillenniumHD "data-cine" being controlled by Pandora's Pogle complete with T3 control panel.
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