Digital Vision makes its products more affordable

IBC: Budget versions of grading and restoration products now available
Digital Vision has introduced entry level and mid-market versions of its products.
Digital Vision has introduced entry level and mid-market versions of its products.

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Digital Vision has unveiled new versions of its Nucoda grading and finishing product at IBC.

Nucoda Film Master is now joined by two new versions of the product, Nucoda Fuse and Nucoda Compose, which target the mid-market and entry level customer.

Whereas Nucoda Film Master has an entry price of Euros 62,000, Nucoda Fuse retails at Euros 37,000 and Nucoda Compose sells for just Euros Euros 8000.

“Customers at all levels can benefit from our technology with an array of solutions and price points that address specific tasks,” said Martin Bennett, VP of worldwide marketing. “Add to this our continued commitment to develop and include industry-leading tools for stereoscopic 3D workflow and image enhancement.

Digital Vision has also introduced a new range of content restoration products, with different versions for different budgets.

Phoenix Finish is the flagship restoration, re-mastering and delivery system; Phoenix Refine targets the mid-market and Phoenix Touch serves entry-level customers.

The company plans to have leading digital artists on hand at IBC to demonstrate its products’ capabilities.

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