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Matt Irwin October 5th, 2006 01:00 PM

Kinor 4K camera....
 
This came somewhat out of left field (to me at least...):
http://www.kinor.ru/products/camera/dc4k/

2.35, 250fps, PL mount, onboard flash... interesting.

Also a 2k version: http://www.kinor.ru/products/camera/dc2k/

Ben Winter October 5th, 2006 01:09 PM

Yeh this was shown at NAB a few years ago, big hubbub and all...then nothing. Not for sale, the guy who made it seems to have dropped out of existance.

Matt Irwin October 5th, 2006 01:30 PM

Are you sure you're not thinking of Kinetta and Rainer Fritz? This thing claims to be for rent in Russia...

Gary McClurg October 5th, 2006 02:05 PM

Looks like a new name... the link to the Russian company I've seen before... wonder how much it rents just for fun... would be interesting to know how much if you could buy it... something to compare too....

Gary McClurg October 5th, 2006 02:05 PM

oops don't know how I did this twice...

So I'll add this information about the cost of rental...

We offer our DIGITAL CINEMA EQUIPMENT for rent WORLDWIDE
set 1:
1x DC20 cameras,
2x 80GB FLASH DVR
1x 3TB HDD DVR
2x control LCD TFT 8' Monitors
3 prime lenses
800USD per day
SET 2 HIGH SPEED:
HIGH SPEED CAMERA KINOR DCHS http://www.kinor.ru/products/camera/dchs/
1200USD /day

SET 3 DC2K:
DIGITAL CINEMA CAMERA KINOR DC2K http://www.kinor.ru/products/camera/dc2k/
350USD/day (without recorders)

PRIME LENSES
set1: 16mm, 22mm, 35mm, 50mm, 75mm - 200usd/day

PORTABLE EDIT STATION with CC http://www.kinor.ru/products/diskvtr/hdnb/
100USD/day

RENT PRICEs is per day without local taxes with our technical staff, without transport.

Mack Fisher October 19th, 2006 09:13 AM

I think alot of these people think they put a PL mount on a box with a big CMOS sensor in it and bam overnight riches but they dont market it at all so it never catches on and they die out.

Gary McClurg October 19th, 2006 10:54 AM

I believe that the company made 35mm and 16mm cameras in Russia for years. Hearing from a few people, kinda of the best way to explain it they were kinda of like the dvx's of the film world years ago.

A cheaper camera for dp's, etc. to own.


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