What else is new? (NAB 2014 edition)

Blackmagic-URSA-camera
Blackmagic-Studio-HD-Camera
→ New cameras from Blackmagic: URSA - a new modular cinema camera with a swappable sensor (priced from $5,995) and a new 4k Studio Camera (price: $2,995.00).

Tokina-Cinema-ATX-11-16mm-T3.0-lens
Tokina-Cinema-ATX-16-28mm-T3.0-lens
Two new Tokina lenses from their Cinema ATX line: Tokina Cinema ATX 11-16mm T3.0 (price: $1,899.00) and Tokina Cinema ATX 16-28mm T3.0 (price: $4,499.00).

RED-Scarlet-Dragon-camera
→ The new RED Scarlet Dragon camera can do 6K with 12 fps (price: $16,700.00).

Canon compact XF205 professional camcorder
→ Canon announced the compact XF205 and XF200 professional camcorders,  new HJ18ex7.6B portable HD zoom lens and CINE-SERVO 17-120mm T2.95 zoom lens that features 4K optical performance.

AJA-CION-4K-camera
→ AJA CION is a new 4K/UHD and 2K/HD production camera that can record directly to Apple ProRes 422 and 444 at up to 4K 60fps or output AJA Raw at up to 4K 120fps (price: $8,995.00).

Sony-PXW-X180-full-HD-XDCAM-handheld-camcorder
Sony announced the PXW-X180 - a full HD XDCAM handheld camcorder (price: $5,995.00).

JVC GY-LSX2 compact handheld camcorder
→ After JVC joined Micro Four Thirds, they announced the GY-LSX2 compact handheld camcorder featuring JVC's exclusive Super 35mm CMOS image sensor and MFT mount.

Fujifilm FUJINON ZK12 × 25 lens with 4k support
→ Fujifilm announced a new FUJINON ZK12 × 25 lens with 4k support.

Atomos-Shogun-4k-video-recorder
→ The new Atomos Shogun recorder can record 4k video from the Sony a7s.

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  • Ken Elliott

    The Sony A7S is the camera Nikon should have made. If it had a better lens selection, I might have jumped over. I got a NEX EA50 because I can adapt my Nikon glass. It’s an awesome combination. I’m probably going to buy a Atomos Shogun and the A7S. I’ll keep both systems for a while,. I really don’t trust Black Magic at this point.

    • Ronan

      True but you forget that Nikon needs to sell DSLR’s and they chose to make more of those instead of mirrorless cameras.

      They chose to make LOTS of variance of DSLR’s so people can keep using their NIKKOR lenses.

      • Ken Elliott

        I disagree. Nikon doesn’t “need” to sell a specific type of camera (DSLR), as long as they sell a profitable one. There are a lot of D700 owners who don’t consider the D800 to be the successor to the D700. They want a 12-16MP version and have no need for 36 or 24MP. The common request is for a D800 with a D4 (16MP) sensor, or even the D3S (12MP) sensor. If Nikon offered a camera like the Sony A7S, but with an F-mount, they’d be there. Heck, the Nikon V1 proved they have all the technology to build a pretty good mirrorless camera – all they need is a larger sensor and F-mount.

        • Zlabi

          Nikon Df? But no video.

    • Neopulse

      Read a bit about Blackmagic of how bad things were getting via reviews and delays in the past. I actually believed that it was gonna be perfect, yet it does compete in terms of pricing more than previously anticipated ($3000 > $4000)

  • Guy With-camera

    Definitely getting the a7s… a7s has CRAZY iso. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Td_YyG00cOI
    Not gonna sell my d800 though. Sony actually grew some balls and gave us what we wanted. I’m not saying i’m switching to sony…. I just hope this puts a foot in NIKONS asses.

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