Visionsmith has introduced ReLamp, an LED replacement for halogen bulbs in Fresnel fixtures of all brands and sizes.
At the recent 2016 NAB Show, Teradek demonstrated wireless video devices for remote video capture, camera control, real-time monitoring, color correction and webcasting. All were designed and manufactured in the USA.
VidOvation introduced several innovative new wireless digital video products providing a variety of solutions for TV news and sports field production, as well as for internal video communications.
Expanding on the capabilities of its Video 18 S1 tripod system, the new Sachtler Video 18 S2 Fluid Head increases the weight range, while keeping the same classic form factor.
At 2016 NAB, Freefly Systems showed its full product line, including the new ALTA 8 drone, which was released just a few weeks ago, and its MōVI camera stabilizers.
Fiilex has launched the AL250 drone light, a high-CRI LED light with specially-designed optics in the smallest form factor the company has made yet.
Anyone can buy and fly a UAV-drone. All the exhibits at this year’s NAB show made that obvious. What was typically glossed over were the finer points of the flight science that makes them work—and why drones can make a less-than-perfect camera platform. Helicopter and UAV pilot John Watkinson reviews some of the science that makes drones both easy—and risky to fly.
VariZoom introduced the CP Micro frame-accurate drivetrain and the River control system at 2016 NAB.
TVU Networks’ 2016 NAB Show exhibit showcased its solutions for live video acquisition, delivery and streamlining workflow for TV broadcasters. The company also made a number of announcements and product introductions.