NAB Show 2019 Preview: Wireless Pitfalls, 8K Workflows, Innovations in VR / AR, Shooting Food and More with Gary Adcock


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NAB Show is just around the corner, which means professionals from across the media & entertainment landscape will soon descend on Las Vegas in record numbers. The event is designed to showcase what it means to effectively and efficiently create, distribute and monetize content, but it’s also where ground-breaking technology is unveiled. This collection of such distinct but related topics can be jarring, but it’s what so many have come to expect from the event.

Gary Adcock

There are few better people to talk about these distinctions than Gary Adcock, partly because he has such a deep understanding of

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NAB Show 2019 Preview: Wireless Pitfalls, 8K Workflows, Innovations in VR / AR, Shooting Food and More with Gary Adcock


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NAB Show is just around the corner, which means professionals from across the media & entertainment landscape will soon descend on Las Vegas in record numbers. The event is designed to showcase what it means to effectively and efficiently create, distribute and monetize content, but it’s also where ground-breaking technology is unveiled. This collection of such distinct but related topics can be jarring, but it’s what so many have come to expect from the event.

Gary Adcock

There are few better people to talk about these distinctions than Gary Adcock, partly because he has such a deep understanding of

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NAB Show 2019 Preview: Wireless Pitfalls, 8K Workflows, Innovations in VR / AR, Shooting Food and More with Gary Adcock


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NAB Show is just around the corner, which means professionals from across the media & entertainment landscape will soon descend on Las Vegas in record numbers. The event is designed to showcase what it means to effectively and efficiently create, distribute and monetize content, but it’s also where ground-breaking technology is unveiled. This collection of such distinct but related topics can be jarring, but it’s what so many have come to expect from the event.

Gary Adcock

There are few better people to talk about these distinctions than Gary Adcock, partly because he has such a deep understanding of

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Nizo: iPhone app dreams of Super 8 and aims to simplify the art of filmmaking


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Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking

Focus on image making, forget the superfluous settings. That’s the promise of Nizo, a filmmaking app that may help the mobile to become the Super 8 of this generation.

The words in the email I received were difficult to forget: Designed for the way creatives think – visually, Nizo foregoes bombarding the filmmaker with superfluous settings. Distilling filmmaking to the essential, so the creator can focus on image-making. Shoot with motion picture grades, and edit using fluid gestures.

We’re bombarded, daily, with new apps and the new trendy AI solutions that promise so much, served with a lot of techno-babble

Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking

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Nizo: iPhone app dreams of Super 8 and aims to simplify the art of filmmaking


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Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking

Focus on image making, forget the superfluous settings. That’s the promise of Nizo, a filmmaking app that may help the mobile to become the Super 8 of this generation.

The words in the email I received were difficult to forget: Designed for the way creatives think – visually, Nizo foregoes bombarding the filmmaker with superfluous settings. Distilling filmmaking to the essential, so the creator can focus on image-making. Shoot with motion picture grades, and edit using fluid gestures.

We’re bombarded, daily, with new apps and the new trendy AI solutions that promise so much, served with a lot of techno-babble

Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking

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Nizo: iPhone app dreams of Super 8 and aims to simplify the art of filmmaking


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Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking

Focus on image making, forget the superfluous settings. That’s the promise of Nizo, a filmmaking app that may help the mobile to become the Super 8 of this generation.

The words in the email I received were difficult to forget: Designed for the way creatives think – visually, Nizo foregoes bombarding the filmmaker with superfluous settings. Distilling filmmaking to the essential, so the creator can focus on image-making. Shoot with motion picture grades, and edit using fluid gestures.

We’re bombarded, daily, with new apps and the new trendy AI solutions that promise so much, served with a lot of techno-babble

Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking
Nizo: an iPhone app to simplify the art of filmmaking

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Arnold 5.3 wit Arnold GPU gives artists the freedom to render in GPU or CPU


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Arnold 5.3 brings the freedom to render in GPU or CPU

The new version of Autodesk’s Arnold introduces Arnold GPU in public beta, giving artists the chance to switch between rendering on the CPU and GPU with a single click without changing renderers.

Based on the NVIDIA OptiX framework and optimized to leverage NVIDIA RTX technology, Arnold GPU is a sign of the changes that more powerful graphics cards bring to the industry. Now unveiled by Autodesk, Arnold 5.3 with Arnold GPU, in public beta, gives artists  a first taste of GPU rendering. From look development to lighting, support for GPU acceleration brings greater interactivity and speed to artist workflows, helping reduce

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Arnold 5.3 brings the freedom to render in GPU or CPU

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Arnold 5.3 wit Arnold GPU gives artists the freedom to render in GPU or CPU


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Arnold 5.3 brings the freedom to render in GPU or CPU

The new version of Autodesk’s Arnold introduces Arnold GPU in public beta, giving artists the chance to switch between rendering on the CPU and GPU with a single click without changing renderers.

Based on the NVIDIA OptiX framework and optimized to leverage NVIDIA RTX technology, Arnold GPU is a sign of the changes that more powerful graphics cards bring to the industry. Now unveiled by Autodesk, Arnold 5.3 with Arnold GPU, in public beta, gives artists  a first taste of GPU rendering. From look development to lighting, support for GPU acceleration brings greater interactivity and speed to artist workflows, helping reduce

Arnold 5.3 brings the freedom to render in GPU or CPU
Arnold 5.3 brings the freedom to render in GPU or CPU

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Frame.io introduces 10 new features to improve video collaboration


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Frame.io: 10 new features to improve video collaboration

With the latest update, video professionals using Frame.io  will discover three things: the platform is easier, faster and more secure to use. Discover the new features present in the renewed Frame.io.

When you open Frame.io today, if you have not used it in the last couple of days, you’ll discover some changes.  The company behind the collaboration platform used by over 700K filmmakers and media professionals has introduced 10 new features that, it says, “will dramatically improve how media professionals collaborate on video, from initial upload to final delivery and everything in between. Top user-requested features

Frame.io: 10 new features to improve video collaboration
Frame.io: 10 new features to improve video collaboration
Frame.io: 10 new features to improve video collaboration

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Frame.io introduces 10 new features to improve video collaboration


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Frame.io: 10 new features to improve video collaboration

With the latest update, video professionals using Frame.io  will discover three things: the platform is easier, faster and more secure to use. Discover the new features present in the renewed Frame.io.

When you open Frame.io today, if you have not used it in the last couple of days, you’ll discover some changes.  The company behind the collaboration platform used by over 700K filmmakers and media professionals has introduced 10 new features that, it says, “will dramatically improve how media professionals collaborate on video, from initial upload to final delivery and everything in between. Top user-requested features

Frame.io: 10 new features to improve video collaboration
Frame.io: 10 new features to improve video collaboration
Frame.io: 10 new features to improve video collaboration

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SLR Magic: seven MicroPrime Cine lenses available now for Fujifilm X cameras


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SLR Magic: seven MicroPrime Cine lenses for Fujifilm X cameras

SLR Magic announced their MicroPrime Cine lenses are now also available in Fujifilm X-mount. To the six original lenses, made for full frame, the company added one specific for APS-C, a new 12mm T2.8.

Previously only available in E-mount,  with a couple of lenses for Micro Four Thirds, the MicroPrime Cine lenses from SLR Magic are now introduced for Fujifilm X cameras, no doubt because of the interest the recent cameras from Fujifilm, including the X-T30. Manual lenses, these primes designed for cinema are a family of six which includes a 15 mm T2.8, a 18 mm T3.

SLR Magic: seven MicroPrime Cine lenses for Fujifilm X cameras
SLR Magic: seven MicroPrime Cine lenses for Fujifilm X cameras

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SLR Magic: seven MicroPrime Cine lenses available now for Fujifilm X cameras


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SLR Magic: seven MicroPrime Cine lenses for Fujifilm X cameras

SLR Magic announced their MicroPrime Cine lenses are now also available in Fujifilm X-mount. To the six original lenses, made for full frame, the company added one specific for APS-C, a new 12mm T2.8.

Previously only available in E-mount,  with a couple of lenses for Micro Four Thirds, the MicroPrime Cine lenses from SLR Magic are now introduced for Fujifilm X cameras, no doubt because of the interest the recent cameras from Fujifilm, including the X-T30. Manual lenses, these primes designed for cinema are a family of six which includes a 15 mm T2.8, a 18 mm T3.

SLR Magic: seven MicroPrime Cine lenses for Fujifilm X cameras
SLR Magic: seven MicroPrime Cine lenses for Fujifilm X cameras

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RED Digital Cinema announces RED RANGER is available now


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RED Digital Cinema announces RED RANGER is available now

The new RANGER will be available in RED authorized rental houses, where you’ll be able to see this camera with RED’s cinematic full frame 8K sensor, MONSTRO.

The new RANGER includes the benefits of RED’s cinematic full frame 8K sensor, MONSTRO, in an all-in-one camera system that includes three SDI outputs (two mirrored and one independent) allowing two different looks to be output simultaneously; wide-input voltage (11.5V to 32V); 24V and 12V power outs (two of each); one 12V P-Tap port; integrated 5-pin XLR stereo audio input (Line/Mic/+48V Selectable); as well as genlock, timecode, USB and control.

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RED Digital Cinema announces RED RANGER is available now


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RED Digital Cinema announces RED RANGER is available now

The new RANGER will be available in RED authorized rental houses, where you’ll be able to see this camera with RED’s cinematic full frame 8K sensor, MONSTRO.

The new RANGER includes the benefits of RED’s cinematic full frame 8K sensor, MONSTRO, in an all-in-one camera system that includes three SDI outputs (two mirrored and one independent) allowing two different looks to be output simultaneously; wide-input voltage (11.5V to 32V); 24V and 12V power outs (two of each); one 12V P-Tap port; integrated 5-pin XLR stereo audio input (Line/Mic/+48V Selectable); as well as genlock, timecode, USB and control.

Ideal for

RED Digital Cinema announces RED RANGER is available now

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TVLogic F-7H mark-2: a field monitor that rivals the sun in brightness


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TVLogic F-7H mark-2: a field monitor that rivals the sun in brightness

Monitor manufacturer TVLogic will show its expanded line-up at NAB 2019, with new displays and solutions for photographers and videographers, both professional and enthusiasts.

With a maximum luminance of 3,600nits that allows the operator to capture sharp images even in bright sunlight with reduced surface reflection, the new F-7H mark-2 Field Monitor rivals the sun in brightness. The new addition to the family of monitors from TV Logic is an the upgraded version of the company’s popular F-7H, the brightest 7’’ Field Monitor with HDR Emulation.

The 7’’ Full HD resolution unit features a 1920×1080 resolution IPS LCD screen. Upgraded

TVLogic F-7H mark-2: a field monitor that rivals the sun in brightness
TVLogic F-7H mark-2: a field monitor that rivals the sun in brightness

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Mini PAGlink: smaller batteries for smaller 4K broadcast camcorders


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Mini PAGlink: smaller batteries for smaller 4K broadcast camcorders

Designed to suit smaller camcorders such as the Panasonic EVA1 and Sony FS5, the new Mini PAGlink system of smaller, lighter, intelligent linking batteries will be showcased at NAB 2019.

The market does offer small and mini batteries designed to work with smaller camcorders and for filmmakers who need to move around handhelding a camera. But the British company PAG, designer and manufacturer of, says the company, “the most technologically advanced camera power systems for the broadcast and digital cinema industries” believes it has something extra to offer: intelligent linking batteries. That’s, in fact, an area the company is best

Mini PAGlink: smaller bateries for smaller 4K broadcast camcorders
Mini PAGlink: smaller bateries for smaller 4K broadcast camcorders

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Think Tank Photo: new Vision shoulder bags and a rolling case for C-stands


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Think Tank Photo: new Vision bags and a rolling case

Whether you need a camera bag to carry your gear or a big rolling case to carry four C-stands in an easy way, Think Tank Photo has a solution: meet the Vision series and the Stand Manager 52 Rolling Case.

If you want to get a new shoulder bag for 2019, Think Tank Photo just announced the new “Vision” shoulder bag series, said to blend form with function. These bags, named after an essential skill for photography and video – Vision, that is – are designed to keep all your gear in one place, “so you can turn your vision

Think Tank Photo: new Vision bags and a rolling case
Think Tank Photo: new Vision bags and a rolling case
Think Tank Photo: new Vision bags and a rolling case

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Hasselblad: a new release cord and charging hub for the X1D-50c camera


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Hasselblad: a new release cord and charging hub for the X1D-50c mirrorless camera

Hasselblad expands the X system with two much needed accessories: a release cord to put an end to camera vibration, and a battery charging hub, so you can shoot for longer periods of time.

Essential in a photographer’s tool kit, a way to activate the shutter remotely can happen in two ways: either wirelessly, through one of the usual options available, or with the use of a release cord. Hasselblad took the second path on developing the new Hasselblad Release Cord X,  which allows for remote shutter actuation,  and is an invaluable tool when eliminating shake or vibration is paramount.

Hasselblad: a new release cord and charging hub for the X1D-50c mirrorless camera

Hasselblad: a new release cord and charging hub for the X1D-50c mirrorless camera
Hasselblad: a new release cord and charging hub for the X1D-50c mirrorless camera

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Streaming Summit at NAB 2019: the future of OTT video and streaming


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Streaming Summit at NAB 2019: the future of OTT video and streaming

For two days during NAB 2019, the Streaming Summit will be the stage to discover everything about transcoding and monetization of video. More than 75 speakers will share their experiences and visions.

Presented as “The OTT Event of the Year!”, the Streaming Summit Conference is back at the 2019 edition of NAB. The event, produced by NAB Show in association with Streaming Summit Conference Chairman Dan Rayburn, will take place April 8-9 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

“The Streaming Summit is a critical component in NAB Show’s continued focus on the business, technology and

Streaming Summit at NAB 2019: the future of OTT video and streaming
Streaming Summit at NAB 2019: the future of OTT video and streaming
Streaming Summit at NAB 2019: the future of OTT video and streaming

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Red Giant Cheap Tricks: how to create VFX similar to Alladin or Captain Marvel


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Red Giant Cheap Tricks: creating VFX similar to Alladin or Captain Marvel

If you want to know how to create buzzworthy blockbuster effects, Daniel Hashimoto, creator of Action Movie Kid, shares with you some of the best tricks to create fantastic VFX with Red Giant software.

Announced as “the most awesome episode of Cheap Tricks yet”, the March edition of the series created by Red Giant to share the power of its tools introduces users to the special effects present in Captain Marvel. At the helm for this one hour video tutorial, Daniel Hashimoto (creator of Action Movie Kid). who walks viewers through a lesson that includes keying, compositing, VFX and color

Red Giant Cheap Tricks: creating VFX similar to Alladin or Captain Marvel
Red Giant Cheap Tricks: creating VFX similar to Alladin or Captain Marvel
Red Giant Cheap Tricks: creating VFX similar to Alladin or Captain Marvel

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