Cinegy, which develops and produces software technology for digital video processing, asset management, video compression, automation, and playout unveiled “DANIEL2”, believed to be the world’s fastest video codec, during IBC 2015.
Meet the Zenmuse X5, DJI’s first mirrorless, compact Micro Four Thirds camera made specifically for aerial photography and cinematography.
Vitec Videocom, the Broadcast Division of the Vitec Group, has partnered with Vizrt to bolster the global reach of Ncam’s real-time virtual camera tracking technology. The agreement is effective immediately.
ONSIGHT’s camera division has agreed a deal at IBC 2015 to take shipment of the Panasonic VariCam 35, for a forthcoming feature film project.
Panasonic and LiveU have teamed up to launch a bundle package that includes Panasonic cameras and LiveU’s ultra-small field unit.
Panasonic and Grass Valley announced a development partnership, at IBC 2015 in Amsterdam, which will see them investigate the use of SMPTE 2022 based Video over IP, as a next-generation network system for broadcasting.
As part of JVCKENWOOD and Bradley Engineering’s developing relationship, the two companies have just announced a new sales agreement, signed on the first day of IBC2015, which allows JVC access to a range of Bradley products. These include pan/tilt cameras, camera controllers and related studio components.
A brand new five part drama on the BBC in the UK has become the first in the UK to use the Panasonic VariCam 35 camera.
Assimilate’s Scratch family of products have been around for as long as digital cinematography has needed to do something with its data. These days they are just offering their Scratch Finish product for a $650 per year subscription license amount or you can buy a permanent license. But the word ‘just’ doesn’t even start to describe how deep this programs is and how desirable it is to a number of creatives, it isn’t for nothing that Scratch is known as the ‘Swiss Army knife for Post Production’.
At the IBC show Sony announced the latest addition to its compact, full-frame α7 cameras with the introduction of the α7S II with new movie functions including the ability to shoot 4K video with full pixel readout and no pixel binning in full-frame format.
EPIC Dragon now has a live HDR output solution, and it allows customers to see true real-time HDR images while they’re shooting.
Top cinematographers are taking advantage of the ALEXA 65’s exceptional image quality for major feature films, while updates are announced that will extend the capabilities and appeal of the system still further.