Digimator can be operated in 2 modes. In 4K the Digimator scans the entire sensor to output a full frame image. In 2K the Digimator uses only a part of the sensor to output a partial scan image.
Image Capture & Output
Recorded images are stored in a vault as a 12-bit High Dynamic Range file, an image size suitable for 4K film production and HD video presentation.
Live Image Signal
Digimator integrates a full-frame live signal to: "mix", "onion-skin" or "ghost" between the previous and the current frame. The live image is layered on top of the previously recorded image and is controlled by an opacity slider. Scrolling the slider enables the animator to mix the two images and study the amount of change between them.
Colour reproduction accuracy is dependant upon the calibration of a camera to a given light source. Digimator has an intelligent calibration tool, ensuring accurate and consistent colour reproduction under variable conditions.
Recorded images are sequenced and played back at full resolution. The Digimator can pan and zoom into an image, and playback selected regions as a close up.
The edit mode displays the recorded image files as a sequence of thumbnail single frames. Each frame can be manually selected and deleted. The Digimator re-numbers the file string to update any change.
Audio files can be imported and synchronised to a sequence. Recorded images are dropped onto the timeline as they are captured and synchronised to audio.
Colour-keying is applied as a pre-visualisation aid.