Digital Vision introduces mid-market products

New solutions are based on its Nucoda and Phoenix lines.
Digital Vision has released more affordable versions of Phoenix, its image restoration software.
Digital Vision has released more affordable versions of Phoenix, its image restoration software.

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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.

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