B&H has the G-Technology 2TB G-DRIVE USB 3.1 portable hard drive for $64.95 (reg. $89.95) as part of its NAB specials this week. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Syrp showed off its new Genie II and Magic Carpet Pro at NAB 2017 a couple weeks ago. The Genie II is a 3-axis motion control head that consists of a Linear drive and Pan / Tilt drive, both of which run tangle free using Bluetooth and WiFi. [Read more…]
Every year when we ask about the aging audio and type tool options, we get a we’re working on some major overhauls to the core program for these features. Well, now it looks like we are finally getting some serious upgrades to both of these features, along with several more. [Read more…]
I’ll be at NAB 2017 next week in Vegas. I’m heading out Saturday and will be there all week. While I’m there, I will post daily updates from the show here on Photography Bay. If you want to see more and see stuff as it happens, your best chance will be to follow Photography Bay on Instagram. I may post on Twitter and Facebook from the show floor as well, but I’m partial to Instagram, will be doing daily stories and may even do some live videos from the show floor as well. [Read more…]
I’m at NAB 2016 this week and will be working with Planet5D, Canon Rumors and others on a joint Live Blog for the event all well. You can follow the live blog here on Photography Bay.
I’ll also have coverage of specific new product announcements on the home page along the way.
As expected, it looks like Canon has big plans in place for NAB 2012. Engdaget broke news of this teaser, which takes place the night before the NAB Show exhibits open. While the Internet is scrambling at guesses of what this “exclusive screening” will be, it seems rather clear that it will relate to the new Cinema EOS line (see prior invite below). [Read more…]
Adobe showed off some of it’s cool new tech at NAB – streaming live video to the iPad 2 from Flash Media Server. Those of you developing content for the iPad and other iOS devices can take a look at the live demo over at Tech Tilt.
(I use the word “video” very loosely.) However, I’ve embedded 4 videos below that contain almost all of the FCP X announcement. The videos were shot from the pocket of my camera bag and I was not monitoring the framing (because I was live-blogging the event and taking photos at the same time) – so I’m really sorry about that guys.
Dear Joby, feel free to kick me next time you see me for not bringing a Gorillapod with me. Anyway, you can see a somewhat reasonable amount of the projector and hear the commentary pretty clearly, which will give you a little better insight into the new software (perhaps better than my cursory commentary in the live blog post).
If you missed the live coverage, there are plenty of screen shots there, along with a summary of most of the key new features. Between the live blog coverage and these videos, you should have a decent idea of what FCP X looks like and how it functions. [Read more…]