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Miller Presents Skyline 90 Fluid Heads at TAB 2017 Posted: 26/07/2017
Miller Camera Support, LLC, a leader in the production of innovating camera support solutions, will be displaying its Skyline 90 Fluid Head at the 2017 Texas Association of Broadcasters (TAB) Convention (Booth 111). The Skyline 90 is designed to meet the stringent and rigorous environments of Outside Broadcast (OB) applications. It supports payloads of up to 165 lbs. (75 kg.) and features robust, heavy duty construction.
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Keslow Camera Announces Acquisition of Clairmont Camera Posted: 18/07/2017

Keslow Camera, the largest privately held motion picture camera equipment rental house in North America, announced today that it is acquiring Clairmont Camera and its Vancouver and Toronto operations. The move will more than quadruple Keslow Cameras anamorphic and vintage lens inventory, and add a substantial range of custom camera equipment to the companys extensive portfolio. Simultaneously, Clairmont founder Denny Clairmont, one of the industrys most respected talents in front and behind the camera, announced his retirement. The acquisition is expected to be complete on or before August 4.

Tags: Keslow Camera | Clairmont Camera | cameras | camera rental
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Timecode Systems Ships UltraSync ONE Posted: 17/07/2017
Timecode Systems Limited today announced that the first UltraSync ONE wireless sync units have been released for shipping and will shortly be available from the company's resellers around the world. Since unveiling UltraSync ONE at the 2017 NAB Show in April, Timecode Systems has been inundated with pre-orders from broadcast professionals enthusiastic to be first in line to use its new wireless workflow solution. With stock arriving across the company's network of dealers in the next few days, the first UltraSync ONE units will be hitting television studios and film locations imminently, revealing the true power of this small-but-mighty wireless sync solution.
Tags: Timecode Systems | UltraSync ONE | shipping | reseller | genlock | multicamera | television | Paul Bannister
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TRICKBOX TV TAKES TO THE STAGE AT WORLD-CLASS EDEN SESSION CONCERTS Posted: 17/07/2017
Eden Sessions contracted Trickbox TV to provide a multi camera set-up, including live vision mixing with talkback, tally lights and a 32-foot track, which runs across the front of the stage. The Trickbox kit was installed onsite and remained at the location for the four-week duration of live shows from renowned artists including Bastille, Madness and Van Morrison. The concerts will be shown at a later date on BBC iPlayer.

Tags: Studio | OB | outside broadcast | location | multi-camera | production | studio hire | equipment hire | system integration
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IKEGAMI CELEBRATES OPENING OF FIRST FRENCH OFFICE WITH EXCLUSIVE OPEN HOUSE EVENT Posted: 13/07/2017

Ikegami (www.ikegami.eu), the leading manufacturer of specialised cameras and image processing equipment, celebrated the recent opening of its first French office in Issy-les-Moulineaux (near Paris) with an open house event, held on June 27-28, 2017.

Tags: Ikegami | New office | France | EMEA | Expansion | Cameras | Tech
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NewTek Ignites Live IP Revolution With Worlds First NDI Native Camera Posted: 12/07/2017

 NewTek today introduced the worlds first PTZ camera that is truly plug and play. With built-in NDI® functionality this revolutionary IP video camera transmits full 3G 1080p 60 video directly to NDI-compatible products across a standard network. The NewTek NDI camera connects to the network and delivers pristine video and audio, as well as tally, PTZ control, and power all over a single Ethernet cable.

Tags: NewTek | NDI Native Camera | PTZ | IP Video | End-to-End | Plug and Play | IBC 2017 | IBC 2017
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Bexel at IBC2017 Posted: 05/07/2017
At IBC2017, Bexel will showcase its custom-built Clarity Camera 800-HD, the world's first miniature high-frame-rate (HFR) point-of view camera for live production. Building on Bexel and Camera Corps' unrivaled experience using specialty cameras in live broadcast, the company developed the standard-setting Clarity 800 camera system to meet sports and event producers' increasing demand for high-quality, real-time HFR video. The Clarity 800 offers HFR processing in HD up to 8x (480 fps) and 1080p for superior quality and can handle all video formats, including 1080i and 720p. The system delivers complete camera functionality in a form factor that is only 4.7 inches high, 2.56 inches wide, and 1 inch thick. The Clarity 800 easily integrates into a live event ecosystem, operating as a broadcast camera system with real-time processing via fiber optics and integration with industry-standard video servers. Key features include a full-function remote control panel for paint control of the camera and a positive-lock lens mount with lens control of focus, iris, and zoom motors.
Tags: Bexel | IBC2017 | Clarity Camera | 800-HD | Camera Corps | Wireless Audio | Communications Solutions | Craig Schiller | IBC 2017
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Blackmagic Design Announces Summer Special Price for Video Assist and Video Assist 4K Posted: 28/06/2017
Blackmagic Design today announced a new summer special promotion for Blackmagic Video Assist and Blackmagic Video Assist 4K. During this promotion, customers can save US$100 on the purchase of a Blackmagic Video Assist, and US $300 on the purchase of a Blackmagic Video Assist 4K. That means Blackmagic Video Assist can now be purchased for only US $395 and Blackmagic Video Assist 4K can be purchased for US$595 from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide while stocks last.
Tags: Blackmagic Design | Video Assist | Video Assist 4K | Summer Special | Monitor | Recorder | Cameras | Broadcast
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Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) Recognizes Paul Nichola with Bob Miller - ACS Technical and amp; Innovation Achievement Award Posted: 26/06/2017
Director, cinematographer and camera developer Paul Nichola was recently presented with the Bob Miller - ACS Technical & Innovation Achievement Award at the 46th 2017 Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards for Cinematography. The award, sponsored by Miller Camera Support Equipment, recognizes Nichola's development of the 360 x 60 High Dynamic Range (HDR) Panoramic Camera System.
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AvocaBlue Broadcasts the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra with Blackmagic Design Posted: 22/06/2017
Blackmagic Design today announced that award-winning singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke's performance with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra was captured in 4K using its Micro Studio Camera 4Ks and Studio Camera 4Ks. In order to broadcast the performance, Australian television production company AvocaBlue built a flypack using Blackmagic Designs ATEM 1 M/E Production Studio 4K live production switcher, Smart Videohub 20x20 router, HyperDeck Studio Pro broadcast deck and more.
Tags: AvocaBlue | Micro Studio Camera 4K | ATEM | HyperDeck | DaVinci Resolve | Orchestra | Blackmagic Design
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New Film The Sower Completed Using Pocket Cinema Camera; Cintel Film Scanner and DaVinci Resolve Studio Posted: 22/06/2017
Blackmagic Design today announced that Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera was the A camera used to shoot the award-winning Yosuke Takeuchi film, The Sower. Grading and film scanning for the film were done at TOKYO LABORATORY LTD (Togen), using Davinci Resolve Studio and Cintel Film Scanner.
Tags: Pocket Cinema Camera | Cintel Fim Scanner | DaVinci Resolve Studio | The Sower | Feature film | Post Production
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VRTUL Uses Micro Studio Camera 4Ks for First 360-degree Underwater Broadcast Posted: 22/06/2017
Blackmagic Design today announced that its Micro Studio Camera 4Ks are part of the new VRTUL Live pro underwater stereoscopic 360 system, which ABCs Good Morning America recently used for a 360-degree underwater live stream. The live stream, produced by San Diego-based live-action VR solutions and production company VRTUL, also made use of Blackmagic Designs Video Assist 4K monitor/recorder, Teranex AV standards processor, Arduino Shield, HyperDeck Studio 12G broadcast deck, Smart Videohub 40x40 router and more.
Tags: Micro Studio Camera 4K | Broadcast | Blackmagic Design | Teranex | HyperDeck | VRTUL
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Miller Camera Support Equipment Names Steven Howard as Global Product Manager Posted: 19/06/2017
Miller Camera Support Equipment, a leader in the production of innovating camera support solutions, is pleased to announce that it has named Steven Howard as product manager for Miller's global offerings. In his new role, Howard will manage the product lifecycle from strategic planning to tactical activities, as well as analyze new markets and competitive conditions by laying out a product vision for Miller. Additionally, Howard will conduct market research to identify customer needs and plan new product development with Miller's engineering, design, sales and marketing teams.
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Bexel ESS Provides High-Profile Upgrade for Major Regional Bank Posted: 16/05/2017
Bexel ESS today announced an engagement for a large Fortune 500-listed financial institution. Projects include design and installation of a new multicamera green-screen studio and studio control system and a new conference room, expected to be completed later this year. 
Tags: Bexel ESS | high profile upgrade | Major Regional Bank | multicamera studio | conference room | distribution | broadcast | employees
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Ultra Music Festival Live Broadcast Filmed with URSA Mini PRO and URSA Mini 4.6K Posted: 11/05/2017

Blackmagic Design has today announced that its URSA Mini 4.6K and URSA Mini Pro cameras were used to produce a live YouTube broadcast during this year's Ultra Music Festival (UMF). For the first time at the UMF, DJs on the Main Stage were captured and broadcast in stunning 4K. 

Tags: Ultra Music Festival | NOMOBO | Live Broadcast | 4K | Camera | Streaming | URSA Mini Pro | URSA Mini 4.6K | Blackmagic Design
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