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Logmar Camera Solutions and Whitepoint Optics attending CameraImage market 2018
Presenting the "Magellan 65" and new high-quality cinema lenses

The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Thomas Hauerslev Date: 05.11.2018
Logmar Camera Solutions is proud to present the new all-purpose hand-held 65mm camera in Poland. Following presentations in Hollywood and Karlsruhe, the new "Magellan" 65mm camera will be presented at the CameraImage market 2018 in Poland. Come and meet us between 12. and 16. November 2018, where Camera Engineer Tommy Madsen and Product Test Manager Orla Nielsen, Logmar Camera Solutions will be present to demonstrate the Magellan 65mm film camera.

The Logmar Camera Solutions' "Magellan" is a brand-new, fully electronic, hand-held and ultra-light all purpose camera which will take large format 65mm photography to a new level. Thanks to its light weight and small dimensions the possibilities with the "Magellan" are only limited by the imagination of the director of photography. This entirely new 65mm camera has been designed and manufactured completely from the ground up by Logmar Camera Solutions. The camera is Made in Denmark by Camera Engineer Tommy Madsen (CEO Logmar Camera Solutions), Frederikshavn, Denmark.

Tommy Madsen describes his camera like this:

"The Magellan 65 is handier than most current 65mm cameras out there right now. You should use the Magellan to make many new interesting and creative shots, because it is a very compact camera. You can do new things with our camera which previously were impossible, or very complicated, simply because the cameras were too big and too heavy. We feel the Magellan 65 will bring new things for storytelling into large format films."

Danish Logmar Camera Solutions and Whitepoint Optics in Finland share the same booth on the first floor of the CameraImage market 2018 at the Opera Nova Festival Centre, right between Panavision and ARRI.

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Whitepoint Optics, Finland

We are happy to announce our partnership with Logmar Camera Solutions, our Ts70 lenses will be available for Magellan 65mm film camera soon! Whitepoint Optics manufacture high-quality cinema lenses for the motion picture industry. For optimal quality, we use Zeiss and Leica glass. They are housed in a bespoke mechanism which is exclusively handmade in Finland. With over thirty years experience in filmmaking, along with lens design and repair, we provide a unique service by offering our expertise in Art direction and custom-made lenses.

Whitepoint Optics, using venerable vintage V-series Medium Format Hasselblad/ZEISS glass are packaging their large format TS70 lenses (82mm Ø) to partner with Logmar’s lightweight (12kg /26lb) 65mm film camera. TS70 primes come in 30, 40, 60, 80, 100 and 120 mm; with 150, 250 and 500 mm lenses in the works. TS70 lenses cover 82mm Ø. Tilt & Swing Adapter is available for WPO TS70 lenses.

About 26th Edition Of The International Film Festival Of The Art Of Cinematography

CameraImage Festival 2018 takes place between 10-17 November 2018, Bydgoszcz, Poland. The festival includes presentations of modern technologies and film equipment. In the foyer of the Opera Nova Festival Centre, at the Camerimage Market world’s leading film technology developers present their most sophisticated equipment. All festival guests will have a chance to see, touch and test premiere products that make the magic of movies. The International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE is the greatest and most recognized festival dedicated to the art of cinematography and its creators – cinematographers. CAMERIMAGE contributes to the growth of cinematographers’ prestige.
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