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Let the data soar

TVBEurope gets an insight from Alexey Senkovsky, director of the camera equipment department at Mosfilm Studios, about its work in 2020 and moving to...


ND filters put HDR in contrast

Arri has released its first external filter, with its new Full Spectrum Neutral Density (FSND) filter range. Designed for the Alexa Mini and Amira,...


Amira Multicam on song

The new Amira Multicam system allows broadcasters to shoot cinematic live events under the control of standard Sony remote control panels. It is already...


Trinity stabilisation on a roll

Trinity is a powerful new stabilisation system that can produce some moves that other rigs would struggle to get, and cope with larger cameras...


Alexa Xtended for 4K

The new Alexa SXT (Super Xtended Technology) adds electronics from Arri’s Alexa 65 camera to the existing Alexa XT sensor for in-camera recording of...


Queue forms for SkyPanel LEDs

The new SkyPanel range of LED soft lights will ship after IBC and already has “a tremendous amount of pre-orders”, said Markus Zeiler, Arri’s...


Fouque to lead partnership strategy

After years of business development for Canon in the broadcast and cinema industry, Karine Fouque is joining Ithaki-Group as sales director of Transvideo and...

Production & Post

Best of both worlds

Showing on the Ikegami stand F25 is the HDK-97 ARRI camera. Jointly developed by Ikegami and ARRI, this is a pioneering new broadcast-style production...


Cameras gain from HDR

Higher dynamic range, with 20 times the contrast of standard video, offers better colour rendition and the image sharpness is “profoundly different. It really...

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