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MTI Film joins Sony's F65 training program

June 19, 2012
MTI Film joins Sony's F65 training program
HOLLYWOOD — MTI Film (www.mtifilm.com) has been selected by Sony Electronics’ Professional Solutions of America Group to serve as a workflow partner in its new Digital Motion Picture Center (DMPC). The Center offers hands-on training for directors, cinematographers and other film and television professionals interested in learning more about the Sony’s F65 CineAlta camera and workflows that support it.


At Sony's DMPC (L-R): Curtis Clark, chairman, ASC Technology Committee; David McClure, VP, product development, MTI Film; Satoshi Kanemura, VP, Sony DMPC.

As part of the program, MTI Film will be demonstrating its new Cortex family of products. The Cortex platform brings coherence and portability to the process of managing digital assets from the set to the screen. Cortex products support the F65 camera and its SRMASTER digital media format by providing a simple way to perform playback and review, make color decisions, conduct transcoding operations, prepare dailies, and carry out other common tasks.

The F65 camera is already in use on a number of motion pictures, including Sony Pictures’ After Earth and Universal’s Oblivion. The camera offers 14 stops of dynamic range, wide color gamut and 4K spatial resolution.

The DMPC offers introductory F65 classes every Wednesday from 9:30am to 4:00pm. The workshops take place at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, CA.