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The screenshot at the top of this page was shot December 27, 2020 with a Sony A6300 camera. This shot is a night time scene of Judy Garland appearing in “Meet Me In St. Louis”, a 1944 three strip Technicolor movie. Ms. Garland looking mature and beautiful, five years after her celebrated appearance in the “Wizard Of Oz”. Our recently restored 1954 Westinghouse H840CK15 with RCA 15GP22 CRT, imaged the scene.
The second “larger than life” image was projected onto a 120 inch screen by a Sony 385ES 4K projector in my home.
Visions4 Magazine features digital renderings, photography, vintage televisions, radios, classic audio, ultra high definition television and rare unique electronic devices. This magazine is formatted for casual viewing on mobile devices and allows me to share my work and interests.
Did you know that RCA did not produce the first color television? … more.
Did you know that Sony’s first color set in the United States was not a Trinitron? … more.
Did you know that JVC (Japan Victor Company) marketed a field sequential color television in the year 2000? … more.
These and many other topics are covered in the Magazine. I will have a more compelling personal note momentarily. Thanks for viewing our magazine.
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