Quick 2012 NAB Show recap

The talk of the NAB show this year is the new Blackmagic cinema camera (priced at $3000):

“Blackmagic Cinema Camera features an amazing 2.5K image sensor with a wide 13 stops of dynamic range for a true digital film camera. You get a built-in SSD recorder, popular open standard uncompressed RAW and compressed file formats, compatibility with quality EF and ZE mount lenses, LCD touchscreen monitoring plus metadata entry…”

Few more video reports after the break.

Sony NEX-FS700 hands-on:

Canon’s 4K display prototype hands-on:

Ted Schilowitz from RED talks about the new Dragon 6K sensor upgrade for Epic and Scarlet cameras with 15 stops of native dynamic range:

RED also had their new 4K cinema laser projector and media player plus some new module updates.

Panasonic announced the AG-HPX255, Apple revealed the 2012 Final Cut Pro X update… for detailed NAB 2012 show coverage check thevergedslrnewsshooter and photographybay.

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