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Digital Bolex: NAB 2013 Recap, by Elle Schneider (7 Videos)

Digital Bolex: NAB 2013 Recap, by Elle Schneider (7 Videos) | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Elle Schneider on April 15, 2013 • 


"Hey everyone! It’s been a busy few days in Bolex land. We got back from Vegas on Thursday night, and we’re already back in the office fielding phone calls and meetings. For those of you who weren’t able to get out to NAB this year, I thought it would be fun to do a quick recap of our experience.

 

(...) We also spent a few hours with our fellow CinemaDNG users Ikonoskop, IndieCam, Blackmagic Design, The Foundry, and others at the CinemaDNG Developers meeting, where I was finally able to show off the new CinemaDNG Initiative website (going live around IBC in September) that I’ve been working on all year.  I was voted Vice Chair, working with the re-elected Chair, Peter from Ikonoskop, so for the next year I get to be at the forefront of getting CinemaDNG into the hands of the masses, which is very exciting."

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Blackmagic Goes 4K with S35 Global Shutter Sensor for $4K, and a Pocket Cinema Camera for $1K. By Robert Hardy

Blackmagic Goes 4K with S35 Global Shutter Sensor for $4K, and a Pocket Cinema Camera for $1K. By Robert Hardy | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by Robert Hardy on April 8, 2013 • 

 

"We’ve all been speculating that this year’s NAB show would be a major one in terms of new cinema-style cameras at incredibly low price points. After Blackmagic Design shook up the cinema camera world last year, the market seemed destined for another company to swoop in an steal the BMCC‘s thunder. However, a photo of two brand-spankin’ new Blackmagic Cinema Cameras has been leaked, and it’s definitely real. It appears that Blackmagic has done it again, and their thunder is locked down in a vault that would leave even Danny Ocean and his team of 13 stumped. Check out the photo below for the limited details that we have at this point:"

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• Update: It's Official: Introducing Blackmagic 4K & Pocket Cinema Cameras for $4K and $1K at NoFilmSchool.com


• You may read also: 

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Did You See The RED Showreel From NAB 2013. By Vision Wrangler (05:14)

Posted by Vision Wrangler on April 15, 2013 • 

 

"If you are going to showcase what your camera company is, does, and can do, then BANG RED Digital Cinema nailed that brief. The RED NAB 2013 Showreel is a slow cooker with all the meaty goodness. There are some really tasty bits in this RED NAB showreel especially towards the end."

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By the same author, you may read and watch also:

• OH Dear a RED EPIC Rocking It On an RC Hand Held Camera Rig (2 Videos)

• NAB Wraps and RED Jim Talks About 4k Then, Now, and Beyond

 

 

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