Africa Media Online is delighted to announce that we have been appointed the official representative for Phase One Cultural Heritage in South Africa.
The Danish manufacturer of medium format camera systems is the acknowledged leader in digital imaging in the cultural heritage space around the world. Their camera systems are used by the likes of The Getty Museum in Los Angeles, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Bodleian Library in Oxford, The British Museum and British Library in London, Cambridge University Library, Harvard and Stanford Universities in the US and many more.
We are delighted to be bringing the best of the best in preservation digital imaging to the cultural heritage and media sectors here in Africa
Not only are we a Phase One user but we have had the privilege of building a personal relationship with Phase One team members over the years meeting on a number of occasions at the 2+3D Photography conference at the Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands and at IIIF conferences in the US and Germany. It is wonderful to be finally working with what we believe to be the leading manufacturer of high end camera systems in the cultural heritage space in the world.
Contact David Larsen on 0828297959 or email@example.com if you would like to discuss Phase One solutions for your organisation.
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