Tessive Shows off Their Time Filter at NAB 2012
The filter smooths motion blur and improves the 180-degree shutter look
By Jeremiah Karpowicz | May 07, 2012
We talked to Tom Davis, Tessive CEO, to find out more about their Time Filter product. The Tessive Time Filter is a shutter that goes in front of the camera's lens. This tool acts as a global shutter for digital cinema cameras, smoothing motion blur and improving the 180-degree shutter look.
The Time Filter also alleviates CMOS sensor issues related to the rolling shutter, so jello and skew are effectively solved. It's a very intriguing piece of technology which could help out in a number of different ways.
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