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LATEST NEWS

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.

Element Technica Neutron 3D Rig available to hire from ONSIGHT

07th September, 2010

Element Technica have applied their knowledge and innovation gained with the larger Quasar rig to the miniature Neutron 3D rig.

Robustly constructed and capable of Over/Through and Under/Through as well as Side-by-Side configurations, the rig is ideally suited to lightweight operations.

Mercedes supercar goes 3D

12th July, 2010

In© has created a content campaign for Mercedes’ new SLS AMG in 3D with the help of ONSIGHT's Camera Rental team.

The film is the centrepiece of a £1 million campaign for the new gullwinged supercar; it features ex-Formula One driver David Coulthard, who drove the car at speeds of up to 165mph along a closed section of the Isle of Man TT course.

Grand Designs move to file-based production

07th July, 2010

Why Talkback is migrating its C4 series Grand Designs to file-based production on the Sony PDW-700 and PMW-EX3

Channel 4's Grand Designs, the flagship series in which Kevin McCloud showcases the efforts of self builders pursuing their dream homes, has never been short of architectural innovation. But recently the show's production team from Talkback Thames has been undergoing a few innovations of its own.