When a company markets two products that seem similar, both targeting much the same task, but one costs significantly less, it’s reasonable to assume the less expensive product will offer significantly fewer features.
At the 2019 NAB Show Cooke Optics will spotlight several new lenses from its S7/i, Panchro/i Classic and Anamorphic/i Full Frame Plus ranges. The company said it would also demonstrate the latest version of its /i Technology metadata system that provides detailed lens data to VFX and post-production teams.
Sigma Corporation of America said its newest cine wide-angle prime lens, the Sigma Cine 28mm T1.5 FF, is a fast and sharp T1.5 cine lens compatible with full-frame camera sensors and optimized for ultra-high-resolution 6K-8K productions. Featuring a 180-degree focus rotation, this lens is available in EF, E and PL mounts with lens support foot and cap included.
NASCAR Productions, based in Charlotte NC, prides itself on maintaining one of the most technically advanced content creation organizations in the country. It’s responsible for providing content, graphics and other show elements to broadcasters (mainly Fox and NBC), as well as NASCAR’s digital and social platforms and other shoulder programming on the broadcast networks. And that’s in addition to a wide range of international broadcasters that it supports.
Wooden Camera has introduced the Zip Box Pro, a professional version of its lightweight matte box with a diverse feature set and low cost.
With The NAB Show 2019 on the horizon, just for readers of The Broadcast Bridge, a top Sony expert helps us understand what will be behind their HDR display technology at this year’s techno-gala.