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LATEST NEWS

Visions and Avid: A winning combination at the 2010 Ryder Cup

17th October, 2010

ONSIGHT's Edit Rental team helped design and deliver a winning Avid installation for OB company Visions at the 38th Ryder Cup.

The 2010 Ryder Cup was staged in Wales for the first time last week with the USA as the defending Cup holder. The competition was held at the newly-constructed Twenty Ten course at Celtic Manor, specifically designed for the event.

Angenieux Optimo DP16-42 available to hire

03rd October, 2010

NSIGHT's 3D Camera Rental team are now able to offer its hire clients a 3D ready package that includes factory matched Optimo zoom lenses from Angenieux.

Thales Angenieux is a world renowned manufacturer of precision optics and 2010 marks Angenieux’s 75th anniversary. Axis Films has recently purchased Angenieux Optimo DP 16-42 factory matched lenses to compliment its digital 3D camera hire fleet. 

Samsung and National Geographic Channel 3D commercial

07th September, 2010

cineo82 3D projectors from projectiondesign® have just been used by ONSIGHT in the final grading of the National Geographic Channel (NGC) and Samsung 3D commercial for Anglo Filming.

This was achieved inside the world-class 3D SGO Mistika Suite at ONSIGHT in Soho, London. Another set of cineo82 3D projectors are also to be found at ONSIGHT's new 3D Centre located at Shepperton Studios, UK.

1 Beyond: Mini DDR & Super Wrangler complement ONSIGHT's 3D hire fleet

07th September, 2010

ONSIGHT's Camera Rental team are hiring 1 Beyond products to complement a range of 3D camera hire packages, such as the Arri Alexa, Red One and SI-2K.

The 1 Beyond Mini DDR is designed to work in conjunction with SI-2K cameras. This compact unit is capable of recording both 2D and 3D in RAW or interleaved formats. It has a very bright screen with touch-screen interface and a separate HDSDI monitoring output. Recording is to 256GB removable SSD magazines, giving up to 2 hours of recording time.

ONSIGHT's RED cameras get Mysterium-X sensor upgrades

07th September, 2010

A major upgrade for the RED One camera, the new Mysterium-X sensor offers improved resolution and superior dynamic range when compared to the original sensor.

The highly acclaimed CMOS sensor offers a much lower noise floor with a corresponding improvement in high contrast and low light scenes. Axis Films are upgrading their entire fleet of Red cameras.