digital film

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digital film

The digital counterpart of traditional photographic film. Most digital cameras use a flash memory card such as an SD card, CompactFlash or Memory Stick. Earlier cameras recorded images on optical discs such as CD-Rs and CD-RWs, while Sony's first-generation Mavica cameras used floppy disks. See memory card and digital camera.
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The summit will be held tomorrow (15 March), and speakers from Hong Kong and across Asia will share their experiences in digital film post-production and analyse the latest developments in digital cinema technology, 4K post-production workflow, virtual reality application and 3D special effects production.
Speakers from Hong Kong and other Asian countries will shed light on digital film post-production and the latest developments in the installation of digital cinema technology, including sound systems such as Dolby Atmos, Auro 3D and 4K; high frame rate projection system and 4K post-production workflow.

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