|| NAB 2011 Wrap Up || Our hosts go through the ins and outs of this year’s NAB 2011. It would be an understatement to call this year’s NAB show “The year of the on-board recorder” but it certainly was. Add to that 4K solutions by SONY and JVC, and you have the contents of [...]
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Interview at NAB 2011. Brian Valente demos a highly impressive and sophisticated remote follow focus system centered around an iPhone! Featured in Episode 25 of the Tech Media Planet Podcast.
Interview at NAB 2011. Dan Keaton gives us a full demo of their highly anticipated Gemini 4:4:4 recorder. Small, powerful, quiet, and UNCOMPRESSED! What’s not to love. Featured in Episode 25 of the Tech Media Planet Podcast.
Interview at NAB 2011. Alan Hoff gives a hands on demo of what some are calling “the most powerful on-board recorder” on the market today. It records 4:4:4, Stereoscopic, multiple codecs, and has a touch screen display and controller in a very small ergonomic package. An amazing piece of technology… Featured in Episode 25 of [...]
Interview at NAB 2011. Jeromy Young demos the two smallest on-board recorders we saw at the show: the Ninja and the Samurai. Both can record ProRes HQ to solid state drives and have a built-in touch screen display. Lots of functionality in the smallest of footprints! Featured in Episode 25 of the Tech Media Planet [...]
Interview at NAB 2011. Sound Devices is not a booth you would expect to stop by if you are looking for a video recorder. Not so this year, Jon Tatooles shows us their latest PIX offerings the PIX 220 and the PIX 240 on-board, solid state, ProRes Recorders. There were many on-board recorders offered at [...]
Interview at NAB 2011. Hendrik Voss explains the details of Arri’s newest member in the ALEXA family, the ALEXA STUDIO. Complete with a mechanical shutter, optical viewfinder, and the possibility of recording to a 4×3 sensor area, which is great for anamorphic recording. Featured in Episode 25 of the Tech Media Planet Podcast.
Interview at NAB 2011. Hendrik Voss walks us through the mechanics of the ALEXA M. A lightweight, portable (great for 3D) version of the ALEXA camera where the Sensor Head is separated from the recording body. Featured in Episode 25 of the Tech Media Planet Podcast.