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iSee4K artworkiSee4K
Edward Watkins

Genre:Photography
Price: Free
Release Date: August 09, 2008

iSee4K, do you see RED?

With this nifty little app spend your time 'getting the shot', rather than pouring over manuals and reference tables.

iSee4K has 5 built in calculators to make pulling focus and framing a breeze for Digital Cinema Cameras.

iSee4K will calculate:
* Depth of Field
* Angular/Dimensional Field of View
* Storage requirements, space and time (RED® only)
* Max frame rate/timebase settings (RED® only)
* Workflow throughput calculator.

Although primarily developed to aid users of the RED® Digital Cinema Camera, iSee4K is highly configurable and allows users to calculate DoF, FoV and Lens equivalence for virtually any camera and lens.

RED® is a trademark of RED Digital Cinema.

iSee4K is not affiliated nor endorsed by RED Digital Cinema.

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