When we last spoke with Fountain Valley, Calif.-based Moving iMage Technologies in our September 2007 issue, MiT had just come up with their “Fusion” model of blending the new digital technology together with much that has been tried and true in cinema booths for decades. The company also brought exhibitors such practical innovations as the iMAGE Mover track system, allowing them to slide digital and film projectors into and out of the same porthole. Their full line of integration components for digital cinema include iMC (iMage Master Command) automations and interfaces, custom cable and wiring harnesses, as well as MPL projector bases with rotating adaptor plates that facilitate easy access to lamphouses.It should come as no surprise, then, that these cinema experts are turning heads once again with a new twist on how to finance d-cinema equipment. In order to assist theatre owners who want to get digital going on their own terms, MiT has partnered with All Media Capital for lease financing and is pooling resources with its preferred vendors in this program—Dolby Digital Cinema, Dolby 3D and Barco—for bulk purchasing.“We’re offering alternatives to the independents,” Delgado elaborates. “We’re not in any way competing with or doing anything that… Read full this story
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