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posted by - Thursday, 13 April 2006

Canon’s White Papers are an invaluable resource for anyone seeking a greater understanding of the technology behind today’s HD lenses. For your convenience, we’ve collected all the White Papers here for you to download.

White Paper #1     HDTV Lens Design: The Creative Role

White Paper #2     HDTV Lens Design: Broadcast Studio Zoom Lens

White Paper #3     HDTV Lens Design: Management of MTF

White Paper #4     New HD Cine Zoom Lens for Digital Motion Pictures

This paper was first presented by Laurence Thorpe of Canon at the 2004 SMPTE Technical Conference and Exhibition — held at the Pasadena Conference Center, California, on Oct 21st, 2004.

White Paper #5     A New Innovation in HDTV Studio Lens Design

This paper was first presented by Laurence Thorpe of Canon at the VidTrans and SMPTE Advanced Motion Imaging 2005 Joint Conference – held at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia conference center in Altlanta, Georgia, on February 1st, 2005

White Paper #6    HDTV Lens Design: Management of Light Transmission (May 2005)

White Paper #7   HDTV Lens Design: Management of Optical Aberrations

White Paper #8   HDTV Lens Design: Management of Optical Aberrations

White Paper #9   HDTV Lens Design: Management of Chromatic Aberrations

White Paper #10   HDTV Lens Design: Testing HDTV Lenses

White Paper #11   HDTV Lens Design: A New Innovation for the Studio

White Paper #12   HDTV Lens Design: 1/2in Image Format Redux

White Paper #13   HDTV Lens Design: Management of Light Transmission (May 2006)

White Paper #14   HDTV Lens Design: HD & SD Lenses & Cameras

White Paper #15   HDTV Image Quality: The Two Aspects of HDTV Imagery

White Paper #16   SDTV Lens on HDTV Camera: To Be or Not to Be?

Published in April 2006 edition of Technologies for Worship Magazine

 

For more white papers on Canon HDTV lenses, click here.

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