NABShow 2015 Wrap-up with Gary Adcock

Gary Adcock

Gary Adcock

Gary Adcock
CEO/CTO

 

 

 

 

 


Q. What was the newest innovation at the show?
A. Arri and Dolby Showing High Dynamic Range content, more color, longer tonal ranges allow for better filmmaking and consistent delivery.

Q. What was the highlight of NAB for you?
A. Anamorphic lens announcements from Everyone, Zooms from Cooke and Angenieux to primes from Zeiss and Vedrya

Veydra camera lense

Veydra camera lense

Veydra camera lense

Veydra camera lense

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fusion 8 on the Mac- Much Like Resolve, Fusion maybe the future.
Teranex Mini Converters – Wrapping up the Teranex engine inside an entire converter line creates a toolset that no one else has.
URSA Mini, Weighs and costs less, but just as powerful, A true low-cost camera option for many wanting to start shooting 4k/

LaCie's Rugged RAID

LaCie’s Rugged RAID

 

LaCie’s Rugged Raid and G-Technology’s
Ruggedized Thunderbolt Drive enclosures.

 

 

 

 

QNAP Thunderbolt Networking NAS
LaCie’s NAS Pro with one button Setup.
Barco 3D Laser Projection
HP’s Z32 Dreamcolor 4K Monitor
Sony’s New 4K OLED
Flanders Scientific showing a complete LUT pass thru on new 24” 1080p OLEDs
Video Devices PIX-E series 4K recorders set new standard for on-board recording capability and should give Convergent Design some competition.

Shure Retro Microphones

Shure Retro Microphones

 

SHURE’s New line of Retro Microphones for iOS,
high-quality design, really weight and the Shure Brand
makes these a must have addition for Podcasting.

 

 

 

 

Q. What was the biggest surprise or unveiling of the show?
A. Nothing was that surprising- Most of the best releases came in the 10days prior to NAB. BlackMagicDesign only company to really show an almost indecently large (33) number of product announcements.

Blackmagic camera

Blackmagic camera

Blackmagic camera on mini sports car

Blackmagic camera on mini sports car

Side view of Blackmagic camera

Side view of Blackmagic camera

 

Q. What did you see at the show that gave you insight into future trends?
A. 4K is here to stay, 3D is still here kicking around and is not about to go away anytime soon. I think the biggest trend is one towards better pixels and not more of them, it is why the HDR demo’s are so compelling to look at.

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