This week, the Irish Film Institute has released its latest film scanner results, and it’s a great time to get into the film business.
The IRI has teamed up with the company DBS to produce a new product that is based on a process that has been used to produce many of the best films ever made, such as Blade Runner, The Fifth Element, and The Martian.
DBS is the film scanner manufacturer and distributor of the film industry and has produced a number of innovative and high-end scanners.
The IRI recently asked the company about the latest scanner technology, and the company responded with this statement: “We are proud to announce that we are using DBS film scanner technology to produce the new film scanner.
It is an all-new scanner that is manufactured in house and has a completely redesigned user interface that brings the scanner closer to the experience of owning a real film scanner.”
The new scanner, the IRI reports, is based off a process where films are scanned in real time by a DBS scanner.
This means that the scanner will scan a film with real-time light, and then re-scan it with the light-emitting diodes (LEDs) of the real film.
This process, in turn, allows for the IRIF to scan a large number of films at the same time.
As the IRIG notes, “The DBS technology enables us to produce films with much lower light absorption and significantly reduced light-rejection, allowing us to capture high quality images without the need for digital processing.”
So why is the IRF so excited about this new scanner?
Well, for one, the DBS process has been a very successful one.
In 2014, the company won the Nobel Prize for Innovation in Imaging, and in 2015, it won the BAFTA for Best New Concept Film.
The company has also recently launched a new film scanning system for the Irish film industry, which was recently launched in New York.
With all this technology, IRI members have to wonder if the IRIs technology will eventually become a staple in the film making process.
And then there is the fact that the IRIS scanner has a range of benefits.
It is one of the cheapest and most powerful scanner available, which means it can be used in film making projects that aren’t just for the professionals.
When it comes to quality, the scanner has also proven to be very reliable and has been very successful in the lab.
“With our scanner, we can now scan films for a range that has never been scanned before,” the company says.
For more information, you can read more about the IRFI’s film scanner, and check out some of the company’s recent films here.