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Category Archives: NAB Video
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"Classic rock, classic lenses": Steven Manios shows the forthcoming 1.2 expander, which allows vintage 35mm Cooke and Angenieux zooms to cover the full 6K sensor on the Red Epic Dragon with half a stop of light loss.
MTI Film's Amy Hawthorne talks about improvements to the company's DRS Nova film-restoration software and Cortex digital-dailies software.
Quantum's Alex Grossman talks about the latest developments in end-to-end ingest-to-archive workflows using the company's StorNext collaborative-storage platform.
Redrock Micro's Brian Valente showcases the Halo dynamic focus-control system, which uses the collision-avoidance technology from self-driving cars to create a visual map of a scene, allowing the system to manage focus among different performers or elements in a shot. …
Marcello Colachilli on Red Scorpion's LED lights, which use refracted lenses to generate a very bright throw by refocusing light. The company's 1K and 2K lights can be plugged into standard household electrical outlets.
Watch the full presentation of the 2015 StudioDaily Prime Awards from the NAB show floor.
Wes Phillips on SmallHD's new Sidefinder 1366×768 electronic viewfinder with built-in fold-out 1080p monitor.
Sony's Joseph G. Schimizzi shows off Sony's Studio Prime Award-winning FS7 camera, including lensing options, and talks new F55 firmware, the new Thunderbolt-enabled card reader, and the PMW-PZ1 SxS 4K deck.
Sony's Gary Rebholz demos the company's two new cross-platform Catalyst products, an updated version of Catalyst Prepare and the new Catalyst Edit.
Tiffen's Carey Duffy on the company's recent Sci-Tech Academy Award and its NAB offerings, including new diffusion filters.