Digital Vision has introduced a range of new products, based on its Nucoda and Phoenix lines, in an effort to address the mid-market.
Amongst the new launches are Nucoda Fuse, a grading solution, and Nucoda Compose, an ingest, conform and editing system, both aimed at the budget-conscious user.
Other new offerings are Phoenix Refine, positioned as a mid-range toolset for image restoration and enhancement, and Phoenix Touch, which offers an entry-level solution for image clean-up and retouch.
“We consider these announcements to be a significant milestone for our company and the industry,” said Martin Bennett, Digital Vision’s VP of marketing. “We are releasing powerful solutions and opening up our product line to a wide range of users.”
The company has also dropped the price of its flagship grading product, Nucoda Film Master, to US $90,000.