NAB-Show (III) Video-Interviews

VON Dr. Wolf SiegertZUM Mittwoch Letzte Bearbeitung: 14. Mai 2016 um 22 Uhr 39 Minutenzum Post-Scriptum

 

Wer sich via Video über die Aussteller, Exponate und Veranstaltungen informieren will, hat natürlich die Möglichkeit, sich nochmals auf der www.nabshow.com/ zu informieren oder aber durch die Eingabe der entsprechenden Stichworte in jedem guten Internet-Browser entsprechende Beiträge zu finden...
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...oder sich auf die hier präsentierte Auswahl zu beziehen:

Digital Cinema Society [1] - in der Reihenfolge der Firmen [2]:

AAdynTech
AbelCine
Adobe
Adorama
AJA
Angenieux
Anton/Bauer
ARRI ALEXA mini
ARRI Lenses
ARRI Lighting
Astrodesign
AVID
Band Pro Film & Digital
BBS Lighting
Blackmagic Design
Canon 8K
Canon C300MKII
Canon Lenses
Chimera
Chrosziel
Cineo Lighting
Codex
Convergent Design
Cooke Optics / ZGC
Daystrom
Digital Sputnik
Dedo Weigert Film
Dolby Vision
DoPChoice
Easy Rig / 16x9
EVS
Fiilex
Fujinon
Hot Rod Cameras
JVC
K 5600
K-Tek
Kinotehnik Lighting
Kino Flo Lighting Systems
Leica
LYTRO
Libec Sales of America
Litepanels
Lentequip / 16x9
Manios Digital & Film
MTI Film
Matthews
Mole-Richardson
Nila
Nikon
Nokia OZO VR
NVIDIA
OConnor
OWC
Panasonic Varicam
Panasonic Lumix
Quantum
Redrock Micro
Red Scorpion LED
Rosco
Sachtler
Schneider Optics
SmallHD
Sony Electronics
Sony Catalyst
Sony FS7 & F55
Steadycam
Schneider Optics
Teradek
The Studio
Tiffen Filters
VIDEO DEVICES
Vision Research
WCP Media Services
Wooden Camera
Zacuto
Zeiss
ZGC / Cooke
Zylight


CONNECTED MEDIA IP - in der Reihenfolge der Personen:

- Mike Beattie, Co-Founder & CEO, Mediamano

- Chris Brown, VP, Conventions and Business Operations, NAB

- Alex Drosin, President North America, Massive

- Paul Hasting, Sales Director, Europa, Friend MTS

- Tristan De Kerautem, Product Marketing, Kantar Media

- Ashley Ryon, Director of Marketing, Frankly Inc.

- Tim Schaaff, chief product officer, Intertrust

- Christopher Stenhouse, CEO and Co-Founder, Kantar Media.


Wie im Vergleich dazu solche Amateur-Videos aussehen, dazu diese Beispiele als pars pro toto:

NAB Show 2016 Highlights on VR, 360 and Video Camera Gear von Chris Voss

Oder: Pressekonferenz-Mitschnitte wie diese von der Blackmagic Media Conferenceam Montag, 18. April 2016, ab 09:30 Uhr

Oder: Gesponserte Beiträge wie diese von twenty over ten über ProductionHUB

Oder: Dieser Vlog von Caleb Wojcik What’s in My Travel Video Gear Bag?. Ein offensichtlich durchaus beliebtes "Einsteiger"-Thema wie es auch an dieser Stelle wieder zu sehen ist: What is in my NAB 2016 bag

P.S.

Am 25. April 2016 schickt James Mathers in seinem DCS-Newsletter folgende Gesamteinschätzung hinterher:

NAB 2016 Wrap Up — Interesting Incremental Improvements If there was one word to describe the broad range of technological progress on display at NAB 2016 it was “incremental,” and that is not necessarily a bad thing. Over the last decade our heads have been spinning trying to keep up with the seemingly constant and profound upgrade cycles. Before equipment owners could even begin to think of amortizing their investments, new versions would come along to make their newly purchased gear obsolete.

Technological progress is to be celebrated, and the improvement in the quality of the tools at our disposal has been fantastic. However, I think we were starting to see fear develop in the minds of potential purchasers, the kind of fear that could stop them from investing, and thus halt progress. Reacting to this trend, Manufacturers seemed to have chosen this year to concentrate on filling out their product lines, and building more value into their offerings.

This is not to say that there was nothing new at NAB, but for example, the emphasis for both Canon and Fujinon’s new Cine Zooms was on affordability, and outside of the VR space, I really can’t think of a major new camera release. Meanwhile, Post Production software has transitioned from selling boxes to a subscription model allowing for more regular upgrades throughout the year with no need to wait for NAB to announce major new releases. Marketing teams are stressing the value rather than just the newness of their products.

There are still lots of great products and improvements to be discovered in our coverage of NAB. We shot over 60 on-camera interviews at the convention this year, and each reveals solid product innovation and improvement. You can keep current on state-of-the-art Digital Cinema technology by viewing our streaming coverage of NAB 2016. And if you want to see some radical new technology, check out the segments on the Lytro, Teradek, and Nokia OZO capture systems.

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[2Stand der Einspielungen: 24. April 2016.


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