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Hot Products & Buzz

IBC 2016: Canon C700 gets first public showing

IBC 2016: Canon C700 gets first public showing With the introduction of the Canon C700, Canon continues to step up their game and presence in the cinematic space. With a more ergonomic design (hand-held) the C700 has a lot going for it. Canon is clearly setting its sights on that elusive market that holds some pretty good competition such as the Panasonic Varicam LT, Sony F5, and the Arri Amira. The camera itself (like others) gives a nod to an elongated form that will lend itself well in different shooting scenarios.

IBC Awards are Out of this World

IBC Awards are Out of this World Sunday night at IBC, 11 September, saw the most exciting and engaging awards ceremony yet. From the presence of not one but two Oscar winners, to a special message from the International Space Station, this was an unforgettable occasion.

Atomos unleashes Shogun Inferno with 4Kp60 HDR recording, more HDR playback, more HDR editing and a strategic G-Technology partnership

Atomos unleashes Shogun Inferno with 4Kp60 HDR recording, more HDR playback, more HDR editing and a strategic G-Technology partnership The world’s most advanced monitor recorder, the Shogun Inferno is shipping this month and with it a raft of new IBC feature announcements that includes Arri & Panasonic HDR Raw recording, expanded PQ & HLG compatibility for playback to HDR screens & wider support from editing packages for mobile HDR editing. A new partnership with G-Technology is also set to benefit the entire Atomos community by directly integrating the Atomos Master Caddy into the G-Technology ev Series workflow solutions.

AJA Announces New Mini-Converters at IBC 2016

AJA Announces New Mini-Converters at IBC 2016 AJA Video Systems is expanding its line of Mini-Converters at IBC 2016 with the introduction of the ROI-SDI scan converter with Region-of-Interest controls for professional SDI sources, C10DA analog video distribution amplifier, and IPR-1G-HDMI and IPR-1G-SDI to simplify IP-based workflows. 

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Q&A's with major IBC Exhibitors

IBC CEO Michael Crimp Talks the Evolution of the IBC Show

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CEO of the International Broadcasting Convention, Michael Crimp, talks to us about the evolution of IBC and how it all got started in an exclusive interview.

Q What inspired IBC?

A IBC was created by the industry for the industry by our IBC Partners, six leading international bodies. Originally the International Broadcasting Convention, IBC has evolved from its technical broadcast roots and today it encompasses the whole breadth of media creation management and delivery, from online content to digital cinema, from automated workflows to high resolution capture and display. The conference is matched with a comprehensive exhibition which brings together close to 1,600 exhibitors, each showcasing the state of the art in technology. IBC is unrivalled as a place to meet and share knowledge, and its networking opportunities and value added events – from awards to movie screenings – really contribute to the worth of attending. IBC remains the principal event for the industry, and it continues to go from strength to strength. It now attracts more than 55,000 attendees, drawn from more than 170 countries, each September in Amsterdam.

Schneider Optics Shows off 18mm Wide Angle Lens, New MPTV Filters & More at IBC

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Director of Sales and Marketing, Photo/Video Schneider Optics, Inc., Don Schafer, talks about the much anticipated 18mm Wide Angle lens, new MPTV filters and more at IBC.

Q What are you most excited to see at IBC 2016?

A Camera-makers have a habit of surprising IBC attendees with new 4K full-frame (36mm x 24mm) cameras. We can’t wait to pair these cameras with our Schneider-Kreuznach full-format family of Xenon FF-Prime lenses.