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FOR-A REPORTS FIVE COLOR CORRECTION SALES

January 11, 2006
FOR-A REPORTS FIVE COLOR CORRECTION SALES

ESPN in Bristol, CT, recently received 12 DCC-70HS color correctors and 12 DCC-OU remote control units for the DCC-70HS. ABC Network in New York just installed five DCC-70HS color correction systems and two DCC-OU remote control units. NBC Network in New York just selected four DCC-70HS, which were delivered shortly after the purchase. Disney’s Times Square Studios recently purchased 12 DCC-70HS color correction systems for its new HD studio in Times Square. And, MSNBC, based in Secaucus, NJ, recently received two DCC-700 serial digital color correctors from FOR-A.

“The DCC-70HS is the latest version within our color corrector family,” says Hiro Tanoue, sales manager/Eastern Region, FOR-A Corporation of America. “It’s perfect for facilities that use both HD and SD signals. And it’s ‘future-ready’ for facilities that use SD signals now and are planning to upgrade to HD shortly. The DCC-700 is a digital I/O system, providing balanced, differential, or sepia color enhancement of all types of video signals. It’s found considerable success within broadcast television and mobile truck applications.”

The compact DCC-70HS supports both SD and HD signals and is suited for facilities where producing and distributing multi-format projects is critical. This includes HD SDI: 1080/59.94i and 1080/50i; 720p/59.94 and 720p/60 and SD SDI: 525/60, 625/50. Since the DCC-70HS is capable of processing signals in the 1080i and 720p HD formats, it is suitable for post facilities and mobile truck companies that often switch between the two for different clients. The color corrector also provides a secure upgrade for those customers producing content in SD today and plan to make the transition to HD in the future.

The DCC-700, a digital component I/O color corrector, provides 32-bit performance with 4:4:4 component processing for balanced, differential or sepia color correction. Users can select between separate R, G, B, white and black level controls or a single control to group adjust RGB color parameters by the same value. The DCC-700 enables separate control of Y and C white clips and Y black clip and process function control. The DCC-700 is capable of preset processing, and an optional GPI connector can be installed to enable the user to rapidly recall and apply preset signal processing sequentially during multiple signal source productions.


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