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FOR-A to Demo New Version of FT-ONE 4K Super Slow Mo Camera at Cine Gear

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LR-FT-ONE 4 2 13-emailLR-FT-ONE 4 2 13FOR-A plans to showcase the newest version of its FT-ONE 4K super slow motion camera at the upcoming Cine Gear Expo, taking place June 5-8 at The Studios at Paramount in Hollywood. Exhibiting in booth #317, the company will also display the FT-1READ – a RAW data to DPX converter available with the FT-ONE camera.

The FT-1READ takes the RAW data from the SSD drives, imports all recorded info, and converts it to a DPX file, which is a common file format for editing and color grading.

The new version of the FT-ONE offers fiber I/O connections built directly into the unit for shooting from the field.

The FT-ONE has been used in a variety of sports broadcast and digital cinematography applications, including professional football, boxing, automobile racing, ice cross downhill and wakeboarding events, as well as a NASA rocket launch.

It features a high-sensitivity CMOS color sensor and plays back full 4K (4096 x 2160 pixels). One output channel can provide QFHD (four 1080P 3G-SDI) outputs, while the other output channel provides down-converted HD-SDI for live viewing and playback. The FT-ONE captures images as uncompressed raw data on the system’s internal memory, which has a recording capacity of 9.4 seconds. This data is then stored on one of two hot-swappable SSD cartridges, each of which is capable of storing 84 seconds of full 4K resolution images at 900 fps.

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