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posted by - Friday, 19 April 2013

This year’s NAB show was the busiest one ever … on our blog at least. We posted a total of twenty-four videos from the show floor, which you can watch by clicking on our dedicated NAB 2013 category. If you didn’t get a chance to visit our booth this year, check out the videos below (some from the blog and some shot by our friends) to see a few of the highlights! 

Phantom Flex4K

One of the most exciting debuts at this year’s NAB show was that of Vision Research’s newest camera, the Phantom Flex4K. As you can probably guess from the name, the camera’s most notable feature is the ability to shoot up to 1000fps in 4K. Watch this video for a great introduction and overview from Mitch.

AbelCine Resolution Analysis Chart

In this video for StudioDaily, James Mathers of the Digital Cinema Society interviews our own Jesse Rosen about the brand new Resolution Analysis Chart that he originally developed for our LA rental facility.

Lens Doublers & the 4K Future

FreshDV spends a little time with Mitch as he goes over the new adapters (co-designed with IB/E) that we showed off at our booth: the HDx2 Mark II, HDx35 Mark II, and the PLx2. Then Andy joins the conversation to tackle the question “Is 4K here to stay?”

Schneider Cine-Xenar III & Xenon FF Primes 

It wasn’t just cameras that we featured at our booth – we also featured new lenses and optics solutions, such as these new primes from Schneider. Ian gets a closer look at the Cine-Xenars, which are specifically designed for digital cinema, as well as the full-frame Xenon FF primes.  

Convergent Design Odyssey7 & Odyssey7Q

We posted about Convergent Design’s new monitor-recorders when they were first announced, and in this video, Jeff gets an up-close look at the Odyssey7Q that we had on display in our booth. 

Plus, make sure to check out our NAB 2013 Facebook album for even more photos of the craziness behind the scenes and on the floor of NAB! 

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