Posts filed under recording

Cine Gear Expo 2019

The SoCal trade show is once again upon us. Here’s our show preview

REVIEW: Video Devices PIX270i

Sound Devices appeared on the market around the turn of the millennium, initially with some great sounding mic-preamps, then with their fantastic range of field mixers and, in 2004, non-linear field recorders like the 744T and the 788T. It’s fair to say that they quickly made an impact on a market that had several entrenched players, from SQN to Nagra.

Posted on August 6, 2015 and filed under 4k, broadcast, recording, reviews.

CineDeck's Recorder Journey From Movie Sets To Broadcast Mobiles

Cinedeck continue to re-invent themselves and are currently replacing VTRs in mobiles.Cinedeck were one of the first companies to offer hard drive video recorders but with a monitor to the film industry. In its realm this was revolutionary, unfortunately so revolutionary that imitators were many as were price reductions. Cinedeck has since surrendered the market to others and had a certain reinvention as a result. 
Posted on November 6, 2013 and filed under broadcast, compression, editing, post, prores, recording.

Convergent Ship Their Long Awaited Odyssey 7Q Recorder

Convergent Design are now shipping their Odyssey 7Q OLED monitor and recorder.Convergent Design, maker of the nanoFlash and Gemini 4:4:4 onboard recorders, last week shipped the first production units of their new flagship product, the Odyssey7Q, a 7.7” OLED monitor and video recorder.  The Odyssey7Q is price at just $2295.
Posted on November 5, 2013 and filed under prores, raw, recording, monitors.