Claus Pfeifer, Sony Professional Europe, talks about the future of Sony's Live Production offering at IBC 2012. For more information from IBC, and to watch other video blogs from the show, visit bit.ly/IBCvHub
The DWZ-M70 / DWZ-B70HL is a digital wireless package offering users high sound quality with 24-bit linear PCM digital transmission, and reliable RF transmission with data compensation technology taken from the DWX Series. It also has 128-bit AES-secured transmission for privacy, and a feedback-reducing feature to eliminate annoying acoustic feedback during presentations. The DWZ-M70 includes a handheld microphone and half-rack receiver. The DWZ-B70HL includes a headset, lavalier, bodypack transmitter, and half-rack receiver.
The DWZ-M50 / DWZ-B30GB is a digital wireless package offering users high sound quality with 24-bit linear PCM digital transmission, and reliable RF transmission with data compensation technology taken from the DWX Series. The DWZ-M50 includes a handheld microphone and half-rack receiver. The DWZ-B30GB includes a bodypack transmitter, guitar cable, and compact receiver.
Malcolm Robinson looks forward to the year ahead for Sony Outside Broadcast division. Malcolm also talks to Timo Koch, managing director of Outside Broadcast Belgium about a project designed to cover the Belgian football league in two languages simultaneously. r
Pavel Skabrout explains Sony's improvements to XDCAM workflow and XMPILOT. Pavel also introduces Sony's new archiving system. For more from Sony at NAB 2012 visit: bit.ly/HA89Er
Nick Smith takes us through the latest developments in Sony's Media Backbone Solutions from the Booth at NAB 2012. For more from Sony at NAB 2012 visit: bit.ly/HA89Er
To find out how Philip Bloom made this film, have a look at the comprehensive behind the scenes footage and tip sheets: http://bit.ly/IlVsOz We're celebrating the way film makers use their vision and expertise to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary, through a series of films shot in collaboration with Philip Bloom. The third film, 'A Shot at Greatness’ focuses on a boxer training in a gym. The film and BTS demonstrates how to capture sound and dynamic movement, cut between wide and tight shots, and a shoot a non linear narrative using the NEX-FS100E.
For more information about Sony’s professional camera range visit: http://bit.ly/HjhIRX The first footage from Sony's new NEX-FS700. The new Super 35mm model is designed for high-speed shooting and is capable of capturing footage at up to 960 frames per second. The camcorder also features a range of capabilities such as 3G HD-SDI output and built-in ND filters. Additionally, it also offers several creative options, shooting styles and enhanced ergonomics – all based on customer feedback – to deliver a flexible production tool that fits seamlessly into a variety of shooting applications.
For more from the project visit the extra.ordinary hub here: http://bit.ly/zUBrEC In November 2011, we asked you to enter your film ideas as part of our extra.ordinary project with Philip Bloom -- to see your vision come to life and win a Sony NEX-FS100EK. We chose Peter Hastie, a Glasgow-based filmmaker, as our winner. In this video -- shot on location in Scotland -- Peter explains what he hopes to see from Philip Bloom's film, and discusses his first impressions of the camera.
For more videos from the NEX-FS100 In Depth series, visit: http://bit.ly/xpP5Uo The NEX-FS100 in-depth videos, created and produced by one of Sony's Independent Certified Exerts , Matt Davis, give a unique preview from a specialist's perspective. This first video introduces the key features of the NEX-FS100. Other videos in the series will cover key subjects such as: kit lenses, depth of field, bending time, picture profiles and downloading video.