Blackmagic Design continues to push the industry forward. Camera’s, free software, etc. I did not make it to NAB this year, but have been watching closely to the new releases in hardware and software, and this is one of those companies that has consistently been fascinating to keep an eye on. So much stock is put into an “ecosystem” or “suite” of applications. It appears that Blackmagic may be taking that beyond just the suite of applications concept, and adding hardware to mix. The Ursa Mini is a pretty compelling piece of hardware, and it will continue to be interesting to watch over the next couple years. Perhaps this goes on my list for potential rentals for upcoming projects.
This one’s a little bit longer than the last two, about 6 and a half minutes, just so you know what you’re getting into. Lots to see on the show floor, spent all of Day 03 in the Central Hall. Cameras, any and all gear related to production of all sorts, very fascinating as always.
Its a little late, as I’m on day 4 of my time at the convention, but due to some pretty spotty hotel internet, these are not being published quite a efficiently as I’d like. So, here it is!
Getting into the swing of things here at the big show. Today begins Post Production World classes, currently sitting in on Personal and Corporate Branding with Amy DeLouise. I’ll be posting some video wrap-up reports as I get them complete. So far so good here.