Sony’s α7S Wins Best Photo/Video Camera Award

Sony’s α7S is the Best Photo/Video Camera Professional, according to TIPA’s 2015 Awards. But there are more awards to video related products, from Zeiss to Epson. Find them here.
Written by  |  April 16, 2015
Although many of the categories in TIPA’s awards are related to photography, some of them sit on the fence between photo and video, so it makes sense to mention here at ProVideo Coalition a few of the 2015 awards. The Technical Image Press...
We are proud to announce Key Code Media has been awarded nationwide reseller of the year, providing trusted reseller & system integration services to production, broadcast, and post production. The awarding vendors...
(NAB 2015, Las Vegas) – The new ARRI Anamorphic Ultra Wide Zoom AUWZ 19-36/T4.2 is a unique lens that perfectly complements the ARRI/ZEISS Master Anamorphic lenses by extending the range to cover extreme wide-angle focal lengths between 19 mm and 36 mm, without any sacrifice in image quality. Possibilities for...

Panasonic Announces 4K Large Sensor Handheld And 4K Studio And Box Cameras, Debuts P2 Cast Cloud News Production System

Cox Media and Meredith Broadcast Groups Purchase AVC-ULTRA Camcorders
Written by  |  April 13, 2015
LAS VEGAS, NV (April 13, 2015) – At a press conference today at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention, Panasonic announced a range of new 4K production products, including the AG-DVX200 4K large-sensor, 4/3” handheld camcorder; AK-UB300 4K...
Las Vegas, NV (April 13, 2015) -- AJA Video Systems and Atomos today announced that the Shogun portable recorder will support external recording of AJA Raw files captured by the CION professional production camera. “We are very pleased to welcome the AJA CION to the...

Atomos Shogun Bolsters Support for High-end Cinema with RAW, Anamorphic, Cinema 4K – Arri, AJA, Canon and Sony Supported

Atomos continue to develop and enhance Shogun with 7 new hardware features available over the coming months which are free to both new and existing registered users.
Written by  |  April 13, 2015
Melbourne, Australia – 13th April 2015: After only 4 months in the market, Shogun users will receive a major creativity overhaul with their unit gaining 7 significant hardware enhancements, in addition to the 4 OS feature improvements, all of which have been announced at NAB 2015. Available via free download over the coming...

2016, A Big Year for Autodesk Media & Entertainment Software

Maya, 3ds Max and Flame Premium Deliver Unparalleled Quality, Collaboration and Efficiency
Written by  |  April 13, 2015
As teams become more dispersed geographically, and the data used in entertainment creation is growing in both size and complexity, Autodesk provides complete solutions to help streamline creative, collaborative workflows that...

Blackmagic Design Announces Camera Update 2.3

Major new software update adds improvements for Blackmagic URSA digital film cameras
Written by  |  April 10, 2015
Blackmagic Design today announced Blackmagic Camera 2.3, which is a major update for Blackmagic URSA cameras. This new software adds support for HD window mode allowing 150fps recording in 1920 x 1080...

A Festival of Disposable Films

The Disposable Film Festival 2015, now on its 8th year, premieres its shorts program in San Francisco on the 9th of April, before screening it around the world.
Written by  |  April 9, 2015
Considered one of the world’s “coolest film festivals” according to MovieMaker Magazine, the Disposable Film Festival is a competition open to small films made on cameras like mobile phones, DSLRs, and webcams. The Disposable Film Festival was created...

Pond5 Introduces Backlots and Backlots+

The digital backlot footage collection provides the ultimate solution for green screen studios and compositing.
Written by  |  April 9, 2015

Pond5, the world’s leading online marketplace for royalty-free video footage, music, images and other creative assets, unveiled two new types of video content today—Backlots and Backlots+. Provided by partner CT Image, these digital backlots allow editors to flawlessly simulate background scenery from 25 of the world’s major cities in their video productions.

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