Oxberry LLC* is a leading
manufacturer of film scanners and film recorders, and has been
an industry leader since its inception in 1947. Oxberry introduced the
first commercial cel animation stand in 1947. Ten years later, the
company introduced the first commercial aerial image optical printer.
More recently, the company has focused on bridging the gap between
digital and analog media, and in 1984, Oxberry unveiled the first
digital to motion picture turn recorder. This was followed in 1987
with the introduction of the first commercial motion picture scanner.
manufactures the Cinescan, a digital scanner with a pin-registered
shuttle that also features a 12-bit, 2K by 3K camera. The earlier
version was driven by software written for Silicon Graphics' (SGI)
popular IRIX operating system. The latest revision of the Cinescan, however,
is driven by software written for Windows NT/2000/XP. The
Oxscan 3000 is a self-contained scan system which captures pin-registered
16 and 35 mm images at resolutions up to 3K by 2K with 12 or 10-bit
dynamic range and is driven by software designed for Windows NT/2000/XP.
Oxberry also manufactures a full immersion liquid gate which is
considered indispensable for film scanning operations in which the
film in not in perfect condition. The company also produces a series of
motion picture cameras which feature pin-registered film shuttles and
are designed to work with popular film recorders (e.g. Solitaire, Celco,
Agfa and Autologic).
For more information
on these and other Oxberry products, see the
products section of this website. For directions to Oxberry
headquarters, see the directions
* Limited Liability Company.
Oxberry is established as a Limited Liability Company in accordance with
the New Jersey Limited Liability Company
(LLC) Act, N.J.S.A. 42:2b-1.