Marquise Technologies based in Switzerland has announced that its Ocean film transfer controller now supports the MWA Nova flashtransfer vario. The company says its support of the MWA telecine is a step further in its declared strategy to support the largest possible number of telecines. Ocean control of MWA telecine will allow direct film to data transfers including numerous file formats and of course the full set of digital corrections and tools to perform real-time quality transfers. Laurence Stoll CEO of Marquise Technologies says With the increasing interest for cost effective archive transfer and restoration solutions it was natural for us to add support for MWA's Vario within Ocean. Ocean not only brings full control of the telecine parameters but also adds a whole new set of functionalities for professional grading and real-time restoration. We are pleased to work with MWA and strongly believe that the Vario deserves a professional controller in order to deliver the maximum quality. Both Ocean and Deep Ocean will be available for flashtransfer vario through MWA Nova’s reseller network. MWA Nova’s sales manager Joerg Koehler says A lot of our existing and new clients worldwide want to use Ocean together with our flashtransfer vario to fill the gap in providing different file formats for different workflows and really like the opportunity to have a highly sophisticated film transfer color grading and restoration solution in one box. The combination of both systems will surely enable us to provide an optimized real-time solution at a very acceptable price point for nearly all types of requirements in this market.