We are pleased to announce that another asset protection film for writing digital image files onto celluloid is now available and has been added to our product portfolio.
KODAK VISION3 Digital Separation Film 2237 is a black-and-white separation film for preserving images from color digital masters, and is optimized for laser, CRT and LED light sources utilized by digital recorders in the marketplace. Providing exceptional image quality including fine detail, tight grain, optimal resolution, and excellent flare characteristics, this archival film is offered on an ESTAR base for premier physical performance and long-term stability that lasts centuries in recommended conditions.
Today, Kodak has introduced a new motion picture film – KODAK Color Asset Protection Film 2332. This innovative color film offers content owners an affordable option for protecting their creative assets.
At the end of the day, film is the most stable and reliable preservation medium. Hands down, it lives on in a way that cannot be compared to other formats.
Day 2: Kodak's presence at AMIA
Kodak attendees at the Kodak Booth at the AMIA Vendor Cafe: Diane Carroll-Yacoby, Nicole Phillips, Rick Utley
We're continuing our Kodak presence at the Association of Moving Image Archivists conference this week in Austin, TX. Kodak has sponsored a booth in the popular Vendor Cafe at the Austin Hyatt Regency Downtown. We've had a lot of Kodak friends stop by to inquire about our presentation at The Reel Thing on Wednesday, where we discussed KODAK Asset Protection Films for the future. Additionally, many have inquired on our KODAK Media Asset Management Solutions Service, which we are currently beta testing. A panel discussion with the George Eastman House, describing the Case Study which was done for this offering, is scheduled for tomorrow Saturday, November 19.
Diane Carroll-Yacoby has been a Kodak employee for 18 years, 16 of which have been spent in Entertainment Imaging’s Research & Development division. A trained chemist with 6 US patents, Diane has participated on and led research teams in new film product development. She has worked on many aspects of motion picture films from development of archival products to designing new tests that simulate the various ways in which customers use the products. She has a passion for the film industry and has had the opportunity to meet with many filmmakers and lab customers over the years. In 2009 she was given the opportunity to participate in Kodak’s Imagecare Program as the WW Marketing Manager. Diane lives with her husband of 16 years on a small farm just outside of Rochester.
Kodak’s Imagecare Program is a quality certification program for processing laboratories that began in 1996. It originated in the Asia Pacific Region and has grown to over 50 labs in 31 countries today. Based on ISO (International Organization for Standardization) principles, the Program was initially launched to promote world class levels of quality in motion picture film processing, and this remains its guiding principle to this day.