Experienced Filmmaker to Provide Service and Support to Southeast Territory
WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. (Jan. 6, 2015) – Panavision is pleased to announce Robert Presley, SOC, has joined the company as a marketing executive covering the southeastern U.S. territory, including Atlanta, where he’ll be based.
Adding Workflow Innovator Significantly Expands Trusted Brand’s Service Offerings
LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK (December 3, 2014) – Panavision has reached an agreement to acquire post production technology innovator Light Iron. The acquisition leverages the strengths of the entertainment industry’s most respected designer, manufacturer and rental provider of high precision camera systems with the leader in digital workflow solutions, to offer turnkey technology solutions from pre-production through delivery.
BYDGOSZCZ, POLAND (November 13, 2014) – Panavision, the company behind the world’s best cinema lenses for 60 years, is showcasing their new line of Primo 70 lenses optimized to work with today’s larger sensor digital cameras. The lenses are being exhibited here at the 22nd edition of the Camerimage International Film Festival, a premier event for directors of photography.
WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. (November 12, 2013 ) – Panavision, the company behind many of the industry’s most respected cinema lenses for the last 60 years, has introduced a new line of Primo lenses, the Primo V series, specifically designed to work with today’s high-resolution 35mm digital cameras.
Woodland Hills, Calif., November 13th, 2012 – Kimberly Snyder was named today as a Board Member, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Panavision, Inc., one of the film industry's most storied and innovative companies.
Panavision is proud to present the PVintage series of lenses for 35mm digital and film cinematography.
Panavision Remote Systems Adds Crane to Woodland Hills Inventory
Panavision Mourns the Loss of One of the First Employees
Now Available at Panavision Remote Systems Woodland Hills and UK
June 8, 2011—Woodland Hills, Calif. — The Office of Naval Research (ONR) has selected Panavision Federal Systems to develop the Affordable Modular Panoramic Photonics Mast (AMPPM), which is expected to be the next generation photonics mast for Virginia class submarines. The objective of the program is to provide better reliability, easier maintenance and lower total cost of ownership while increasing the imaging performance.