Lumiere 4K Digital Motion Picture Camera (Japan)
"Lumiere is a new 4K digital camera system of 60 frames per second (fps) x 4096 x 2048 pixels 12bit raw images. This is a PCI Express external cabling based digital camera and the data rate is over 700MByte per second."
A reader brought this to my attention and I wanted to share and see if anyone out there has any more information on this. Looks interesting.
Here are the basic specs:
60fps raw 12bit data
PCIe x4 external calling technology
Non compressed raw image data into main memory directly
External frame synchronize
Data capturing SDK
Image resolution: max4096x2048 pixels
Frame rate: 60fps, 60x1000/1001fps
Image sensor: customized CMOS sensor, rolling shutter
Output format: RAW12bit (in PC memory)
Power supply 12V (supply from PC)
External frame sync: format 480i, 480p, 1080i, 1080p
input signal : CVBS, S-VIDEO (bi-level, tri-level sync)
Lens mount: Nikon F mount
GPIO signals: inputs 4ch, outputs 4ch (opto isolated)
connector: 12bins (HR25-9TR12S)
Interface: PCIe x4 external cabling
Power supply: 12V (supply from PC)
Power consumption: Approximately 24W
Dimensions: 114mm (width) x 114m m (hight) x 164mm (length)
I remember hearing about another digital cinema prototype camera recently, it was German I think, and yellow. Maybe the "Egg"? I can't remember where I read about that and I didn't think to keep a link. If anyone knows anything about that too, let me know.
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