NAB 2012. Edelkrone DSLR Pocket Rig And Double Shoulder Rigs.


Turkish gear manufacture Edelkrone has a nifty new belt drive follow focus system that is built into the left handle of their newest DSLR rigs. The belt drive system has been around for some time and is fairly stable and easy to adjust. They also have redesigned their DSLR pocket rig into a very slick little package. The follow focus can be purchased separately for around $199 US. The double shoulder rig is a...Read More

The End Of The Gear Age. NAB 2012


Here are a few quick observations from NAB 2012. The gear market is completely over saturated. It seemed like everyone is now making some type of DSLR rig. I have never seen so many LED lights in my life. Other companies are getting into motion control. Just a few years back we only had two or three companies making affordable gear to go with our inexpensive DSLR cameras. That is when we were craving...Read More

NAB 2012 – Hoodman USA


Karol talks with Bill from Hoodman USA about their blazingly fast CF, SD cards and card readers.Read More

NAB 2012 – Unruly GoPro Hero HD Cages


Karol chats with guys from Unruly. Offering very cool new ways to rig and protect your GoPro Hero HD camera. Check it out.Read More

NAB 2012 – StorageDNA LTO-5 LTFS Backup Solutions


Alex talks with Jeff Krueger from StorageDNA about their very cool backup and instant dailies solution that was battle tested on James Cameron’s recent 7 mile dive to the bottom of the Pacific. Cool tech!Read More

NAB 2012 – G-tech Thunderbolt G-RAID


Alex talks with the guys over at G-tech about their exciting new external Thunderbolt RAID hard drives.Read More

NAB 2012 – M Logic External PCIe Red Rocket Enclosure with Thunderbolt


Alex talks with Roger from M Logic on this very cool new external PCIe controller for your Red Rocket card via a Thunderbolt connection. Real time 5K on a laptop! Check it out.Read More

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