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April 20, 2012
The ties that bind them
Posted By Tom Coughlin
By Tom Coughlin Coughlin Associates www.tomcoughlin.com LAS VEGAS - The 2012 NAB South Hall had an ever-growing complement of booths showing digital storage products or using those products. There were of course some smattering of storage vendors in ...
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April 19, 2012
Cab adventures at NAB
Posted By John Parenteau
By John Parenteau (Note to reader: This is a TRUE story. If anything, I cut some craziness out!) Fade in Int. cab - evening John, (46) dark haired, handsome, enters the cab. John Palazzo, please. Once the door is closed, the driver guns it, throwing ...
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April 19, 2012
NAB 2012 - Last Day
Posted By TJ Ryan
By TJ Ryan Last day at NAB and 2012 holds many meanings. My hotel room number ended with a 12, I had 12 hours of sleep since S unday, 12 is my starting hand for just about every game of blackjack that I played, my daughter is 12 and I have 12 minutes ...
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April 18, 2012
Lost At NAB + Impressive Blackmagic Camera
Posted By Andrew Kobliska
By Andrew Kobliska As many of you no-doubt know, the 2012 NAB Exhibit Floor is massive and simply overwhelming. After carefully scripting my route of attack the night before, I still found myself lost and disoriented early in the day during my ...
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April 18, 2012
NAB Day 2 Mark Heitke
Posted By Mark Heitke
The show rages on. Today was a day to check out everything cameras and production, which meant I lived in Central hall. I spent most of time visiting with camera vendors since as a Post Producer I deal with new cameras and workflows daily. Looking ...
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April 17, 2012
The languages of NAB
Posted By John Parenteau
I don't really speak any languages. I like to think I remember some of my cumulative 5 years of French, and because I'm half French, that I have a genetic predisposition to know it, but I'll be honest. I suck at it. But having some understanding of ...
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April 17, 2012
Monitor, Monitor on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?
Posted By TJ Ryan
When I come to Vegas, pressing the 6 and putting a hundred on a hard eight is a gamble I'm willing to make. But, when it comes to equipment, like monitors, I don't gamble on picture quality. I started out in this business in Telecine Dailies. Working ...
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April 17, 2012
For Us...The Winner is Premiere.
Posted By Ian Karr
I never thought I'd write this, but I think IKA Collective is going to become an Adobe Premiere house. One of the main missions I had for this year's NAB is to decide on a new editing platform. Final Cut X isn't an option for us. 99% of all editing ...
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April 17, 2012
Blackmagic Casting a Spell
Posted By Ian Karr
By Ian Karr The new Blackmagic cinema camera is getting a lot of attention. Offering 2.5K resolution for a 3K price tag, this could be really cool. I hope the images it generates look better than the camera itself...it's channeling a 1990's era Kodak ...
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April 17, 2012
Parallel Paths
Posted By Ian Karr
As I walk the floor of this year's NAB, I'm struck by what seems to be a clear fork in the production road. To the right, RED, Alexa and other "high road" cameras and workflows. To the left are the "low road" DSLRs, dominated by Canon but Nikon is ...
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