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More than five years in the making, Planet Earth redefines blue-chip natural history filmmaking and continues the Discovery Channel mission to provide the highest quality programming in the world.
Andrew Bridges, director, sales and marketing at Photron says, “We are delighted to be an integral part of the breathtaking, wildlife imagery in “Shark Attack at Dawn,” captured by BBC’s Planet Earth camera crew. We are also very proud to lead the industry with our technical advancements in digital high-speed imaging. We look forward to future opportunities as the premier, high-speed camera supplier for many more great filmmaking adventures!”
In 2006, the ultima APX won an “Outstanding Innovative Technical Achievement” Emmy Award for its slow-motion replay capability and close-up action at 12,500 fps of the impact of a golf club striking a ball broadcast by “Golf on CBS.” The ultima family of cameras, like the APX used in the BBC series, can image up to 3,000 frames per second at full resolution, up to 10,000 fps at 512 x 512 pixel resolution and up to 250,000 fps at reduced resolution.