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Atomos has introduced its latest monitor/recorder contender at NAB 2017, the 4Kp/60 HDR 19" Sumo. Capable of capturing 4K 12-bit RAW and 10-bit ProRes/DNxHR, the Sumo also offers real-time HDR color grading, and live 1080p/60 switching with up to four-ISO recording. Minimizing the...

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Check out the top five new audio products that impressed the B&H team at NAB 2017, in this B&H video.
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When Sigma first launched the “Global Vision” reworking of its photography-lens line, the company released several full-frame prime lenses that carried the “Art” label, denoting fast apertures and a high level of optical performance. These lenses are being remade inside cinema-ready housings, ready to use on professional productions as the FF (full-frame) High-Speed Prime lens line. Here at B...
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Eve M. Cohen is a cinematographer whose work ranges from independent feature films to television series, documentaries, and cinematic virtual reality. She entered the world of filmmaking through the study of fine art—specifically painting and photography—and holds a BFA in Photography and an MFA in Cinematography, both from UCLA. Her cinematography work for films and virtual reality projects has...
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It starts with a finished script. Unless you are intentionally doing something different, the finished shooting script is the structure that supports the film. There will be many questions that aren’t answered by the script and will require the director’s input; however, without the script, no one will even know what questions to ask. So, it really does begin with the script, and once you have...

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Video production professional Alister Chapman discusses everything you need to know about HDR video and how to get started producing HDR content today.

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2017 is a big year for monitors and recorders at NAB, with new models introduced by Atomos, ikan, Marshall Electronics, SmallHD, and Transvideo, covering between them applications from compact on-camera to full-size HDR.

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Have a look at the elaborate B&H presence at NAB 2017, and the variety of gear across the 130-foot Gear Booth and upgraded Studio Booth, where live presentations are taking place throughout the week.

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Watch this roundup of the latest in live streaming products, discovered at NAB this year. These include the RICOH THETA live streaming camera, new vMix software with 4K support, the Mevo camera from LiveStream, and a new NewTek TriCaster model, the TC1.

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In a Q&A panel-style discussion moderated by Editorial Director and Associate Publisher at StudioDaily, Bryant Frazer, four industry experts weigh in on various aspects of aerial imaging. Topics include exciting new products at NAB this year, notably the emergence of 360-degree VR systems and the introduction of 5-axis gimbal stabilization, the latter opening cinematographers up to a wider...

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Here’s a quick roundup of notable new gimbals at NAB this year. They include updates from the company that stared it all, FREEYFLY, as well as major industry players TILTA and DJI.

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From the NAB 2017 show floor, Michael Cioni, of Panavision and Light Iron, discourses on the direction the market and technology are headed, especially considering Internet-based content delivery channels. He looks at ingredients essential for starting “chain reactions” that propel disruptive innovation and considers what will set forward-looking companies apart from legacy industries trying to...

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Cinematic VR specialist Alexandre Regeffe discusses his unique approach to cinematic VR post-production, addressing several factors, including storytelling.

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Speaking from the B&H Podium at NAB, James Neilhouse, ASC, discusses the deciding factors behind the choice to go with the Canon C700 for a project he’s involved with called BiFrost: Into the Aurora. Neilhouse covers details pertaining to the entire pre- through post-production workflow...
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Industry stalwart Vinten has introduced the µVRC Robotic Controller, a “micro”-sized, modular version of its HD-VRC software. Positioned as a cost-effective solution for smaller studios, the basic µVRC package can be used to control up to four Vantage compact robotic heads. The µVRC system...

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