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2022 Texas Roadshow – Austin
May 4, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Discover Our Industry-Leading Solutions
Please join Digital Transitions’ Michelle Matthews and Jerry Ward at our DT Austin Open House on Wednesday, May 4th from 10am – 2pm. Come enjoy using the full range of Phase One medium format systems from the XF, XT, IQ3, IQ4, and DT Phase One iXH 150mp camera systems. Michelle and Jerry will walk you through the features of our Digital Transitions and Phase One hardware as well as Capture One CH software digitization solutions. We will demonstrate the DT Phase One iXH 150MP on the heritage digitization purpose built DT Atom system equipped with the DT Film Scanning Kit. We will also be demonstrating the RAW processing capabilities of the new Capture One CH 22.
If there is a particular piece of equipment that you would specifically like to see, please let us know and we’ll make sure we have it for you.
Collections of all sizes (For the Professional photographer, small business, corporate, libraries, archives, newspapers, museums and government) are more valuable when digitized for all the world to see. Come learn how you can digitize your transmissive, reflective, and 3-D collections at the highest FADGI-4-Star quality. No time or skills to do it yourself? Let Michelle and Jerry tell you about Pixel Acuity, our service bureau wing for digitization jobs of all types and sizes done at FADGI-4-Star quality.
Complimentary Phase One Tune-Up!
Phase One Tech Justin Katz, will be doing free Phase One kit tune-ups (sensor cleaning, calibration, etc.) worth up to $600 in value! Space is limited and you must register for this service separately by emailing Michelle at [email protected] so sign-up today to save your space.
Register today to see the latest technology in action! We hope to see you in Austin!
- 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM CDT – Open House
The Department of Professional Photography
Austin Community College – Highland Campus
6101 Highland Campus Dr
Austin, TX 78752
Please contact Michelle Matthews, [email protected], or Jerry Ward, [email protected] with questions.
Interested in something specific? Let us know when you register.
Looking for more information on film digitization? Check out our Film Scanning Knowledge Center
Digitizing transmissive materials at the highest possible quality can be an intimidating task, so we built this resource to guide you through it. Whether you’re aiming to meet image quality standards like FADGI or just looking to get the most detail out of your personal collection, we can help.
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