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Focusrite continues to expand its RedNet line of audio converters with the announcement of the RedNet D16 AES. Like most in the RedNet line, the D16 AES is geared toward network connectivity, in this case, featuring 16 channels of AES/EBU connectivity that can be sent from or received by a Dante audio network. The system converts AES/EBU format digital audio to the Dante format, and vice versa.... READ MORE
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JK Audio announced AutoHybrid IP2, a two-line Voice-over-Internet box that can connect to your existing VoIP phone system or Internet connection through an SIP account. Please check back for pricing and availability Featuring professional XLR Input and Output connections, you can use the box as an audio-over-IP codec to send wideband stereo audio over an Internet connection to a second... READ MORE
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Nagra's new Seven is a two-channel recorder that is built on a modular design. It allows you to get the features you need, such as timecode. If you are a documentary filmmaker or if you are working in broadcast and need features like compression or ISDN, simply connect additional circuit boards to the unit.... READ MORE

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Corning Optical Cables can reach bi-directional, dual-channel transfer rates of up to 20Gb/s. They are also backwards compatible with Thunderbolt as well, although they will be limited to 10Gb/s. The cables are extremely thin and flexible; however, they do not supply bus... READ MORE
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Replay XD unveiled its 4th-generation HD camera at NAB 2014: the Prime X. The Prime X replaces the previous model and features a new 16-megapixel, 1/2" sensor with longer battery life and 1080p recording up to 60 fps. It can also record at 720p up to 120 fps. A new 7-element T2.8 mini prime lens provides high-quality performance with optical distortion correction and anti-reflective coating. The... READ MORE
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At NAB 2014, K-Tek introduced their new line of audio bags, which includes Stingray (for Sound Devices 633 and Zaxcom MAXX) as well as the brand-new Stingray2 (for Sound Devices 644) and an audio harness, which is designed around minimizing fatigue. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other ... READ MORE

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The first camera from AJA Video Systems is the CION, a 4K-capable camera with a PL mount that captures video with its APS-C-sized sensor and records ProRes 422 (4K up to 60p) to Pak Dock SSD media, or outputs 4K at up to 120 fps via 3G-SDI. (The CION also does 2K, HD, and UHD.) This is an ergonomically friendly open-system camera with industry-standard connections: Viewfinder, lens, etc. are sold... READ MORE

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At NAB 2014, Lectrosonics introduced two new L Series wireless audio transmitters, the LMB and the LT, and the LR receiver as well. Instead of companding, the systems use a predictive algorithm before sending audio over the air. The L series offers three frequency blocks for a wide 75MHz tuning range. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other... READ MORE

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The Tascam UH-7000 is a 2-channel microphone preamp that can operate without a computer, as well as a four-input, four-output USB audio interface. Inside are high-quality HDIA mic pres, and there are onboard effects. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of... READ MORE

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JVC was the first to bring wireless streaming to a camcorder, the first to market with a prosumer HD camera, and, most recently, the first to market with a prosumer 4K camera. It seems it is first to market again, this time with an ultra-compact 4K camera—the GW-SPLS1—light and compact enough for mounting on an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) while also being capable of delivering broadcast-quality... READ MORE
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The Blackmagic Design Studio Camera has a tiny form factor for a studio-configured camera, but a huge viewfinder, at 10". The camera has an MFT mount and a Super 16 sensor, and a CCU for studio control via a Blackmagic ATEM switcher, which can even do Da Vinci color-grading. The current version is HD, and a 4K version with a B4 mount is coming. Talkback system and tally are built in. We hope you... READ MORE

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Please check back for pricing and availability Neumann’s reputation for microphones precedes itself, having crafted some of the most sought-after and replicated microphones in use in studios and homes around the world for the last 70 years. A more recent development for the venerable company is its entry into the studio-monitor field, on which it continues to focus with the announcement of the... READ MORE
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For NAB 2014, Letus35 has announced a number of upcoming motorized gimbal stabilizers. They will offer gimbal systems for cameras of all sizes, from a GoPro Hero up to a RED camera. Please check back for pricing and availability The professional versions are modular, and come in one-, two-, and three-axis systems. The-one axis system is ideal for mounting on a Steadicam to automatically keep the... READ MORE
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Panasonic introduced its new VariCam 35, which has a Super-35-sized sensor and shoots DCI-spec 4K (as well as 2K and HD) to Express P2 cards. The modular PL-mount VariCam captures up to 120 fps 4K to P2 cards and uncompressed RAW 4K at 120 fps to the new Codex recorder. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other... READ MORE

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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 records 4K video internally, as well as 1080p up to 96 fps. The Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera has a short flange distance, so it's easy to adapt a wide variety of older and current lenses for the GH4. Here, the camera is seated on the YAGH interface that takes advantage of... READ MORE

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