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Latest clips
  • Shure Axient at BVE 2013

    Shure Axient at BVE 2013

    We talk about the wireless Axient system on the Shure stand at BVE 2013.

  • Polecam at BVE 2013

    Polecam at BVE 2013

    Steffan talks to us about the Phantom Miro on the end of his Polecam at BVE 2013.

  • PlayBox Technology at BVE 2013

    PlayBox Technology at BVE 2013

    Ben Gunkel takes us through the new versions of the Playbox systems on their stand at BVE 2013. Including information about ScheduleBox and NewsRoomBox.

  • Phabrix at BVE 2013

    Phabrix at BVE 2013

    We look at the Rx series of products with Rob Arnold on the Phabrix stand at BVE 2013.

  • Object Matrix at BVE 2013

    Object Matrix at BVE 2013

    On the Object Matrix stand, we hear about their storage solutions for parking and archiving data.

  • Matrox at BVE 2013

    Matrox at BVE 2013

    On the Matrox stand at BVE 2013, we talk to Wayne Andrews about their streaming options and the Quad HD-SDI Capture Card for Telestream Wirecast.

  • Lens Adaptor at BVE 2013

    Lens Adaptor at BVE 2013

    Jon talks about the Lens Adaptor stand at BVE 2013 and we hear about their lens conversion options.

  • Lemo at BVE 2013

    Lemo at BVE 2013

    We look at the HD Z-link on the Lemo stand at BVE 2013.

  • JVC at BVE 2013

    JVC at BVE 2013

    Kris from JVC tells us about the GY-HM600 and GY-HM650 cameras.

  • Ianiro at BVE 2013

    Ianiro at BVE 2013

    Nick from Ianiro discusses their new range of tripods on their stand at BVE 2013.

  • Datavideo on the Holdan stand at BVE 2013

    Datavideo on the Holdan stand at BVE 2013

    We look at the Datavideo monitors and rack mounts inside the OB van on the Holdan stand at BVE 2013.

  • Hireacamera at BVE 2013

    Hireacamera at BVE 2013

    Guy Thatcher from Hireacamera talks to us on their stand at BVE. He shows us a C300 and explains their service.

  • Guntermann and Drunck GmbH at BVE 2013

    Guntermann and Drunck GmbH at BVE 2013

    Paul Norton from OmnioTech tells us about the ControlCenter KVM Modular Matrix Switch on the Guntermann and Drunck GmbH stand at BVE 2013.

  • Grass Valley at BVE 2013

    Grass Valley at BVE 2013

    Klaus Weber from Grass Valley talks about the latest developments in CMOS technology.

  • Glensound at BVE 2013

    Glensound at BVE 2013

    Mark Wilson tells us about their GDC 6432 digital commentary system on the Glensound stand at BVE 2013.

  • File Catalyst at BVE 2013

    File Catalyst at BVE 2013

    John from File Catalyst talks about their file transfer solutions.

  • Facilis Technology at BVE 2013

    Facilis Technology at BVE 2013

    On the Facilis Technology stand at BVE 2013. We find out more about their Terrablock.

  • DJI Innovations at BVE 2013

    DJI Innovations at BVE 2013

    On the DJI Innovations stand at BVE 2013, Dave Hollins shows us their Phantom aerial filming solution.

  • Cambo at BVE 2013

    Cambo at BVE 2013

    Charles Woods takes us through the range of rigs on the Cambo stand at BVE 2013. We also see their new follow-focus unit.

  • Azule Finance at BVE 2013

    Azule Finance at BVE 2013

    Peter Savage from Azule Finance talks about how you can fund your next broadcast project.


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