CELCO BRINGS DIGITAL ARCHIVE FILM RECORDER TO NAB
LAS VEGAS - Rancho Cucamonga, CA's Celco (www.celco.com) is at the NAB show with its already shipping CineSafe 4K digital archive recorder, which is designed to output color separations on to B&W film stocks at a high speed and resolution. It is believed that B&W film can last in excess of 500 years when stored properly, making it a suitable medium for deep archive image storage.
Celco positions the CineSafe 4K as a solution for digital image data archiving, with the ability to image to fine grain B&W color separation, intermediate and high contrast stocks. The unit can image a high resolution 4K frame in two seconds, which is twice the speed of some laser recorders.
CineSafe 4K is powered by Celco's new Linux host computer and film recorder driver software. It includes FilmOut Pro, an intuitive GUI that controls the film recorder and imaging tools for sharpening, degrain, image formatting, resizing and color management.