BROADCASTING INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP

Date: 2014.09.12 ~ 2014.09.16

Venue: Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre

City: Amsterdam, Netherlands


With Jebsen Industrial taking care of their business interests in China, principals are allowed to focus their efforts on developing other markets. For nine film and media principals, this means participating in IBC 2014 (Sept 9-12, Amsterdam).

 

The show, also known as the International Broadcasting Convention, is regarded as a premier event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and news content worldwide. In 2013, over 52,000 delegates from 170 countries attended the annual event, making it a valuable platform for Jebsen Industrial’s industry-leading principals— Arri , Thales Angenieux , Schneider-Kreuznach, Transvideo , Convergent Design, Cooke , Filmlight , Panther and Zeiss —to showcase their latest innovations.

 

Ultra HD with Arri

Arri has just announced its latest software upgrade for its documentary-style AMIRA camera. This will allow the AMIRA to record in ProRes UHD files without requiring any additional processes in the post-production stage. While UHD for broadcast is not widespread yet, this is a future-forward move for Arri as it seeks to anticipate and cater to changing market needs. For this and other innovative solutions, visit the Arri stand at 11.F21.

 

ARRI Amira

 

Ultra Compact with Angenieux

The French lensmaker will be introducing major innovations at IBC 2014, including its ultra compact anamorphic zoom lenses Optimo 56-152 and Optimo 30-72 for cinema scope production and its new Optimo Style line for 4K TV live broadcast. In addition, Angenieux will present the AB Live system, a unique plug-and-shoot 3D solution for live broadcast applications, which it has co-created with Binocle 3D. AB Live is already available in China through Jebsen Industrial. Learn more at the Thales Angenieux stand at 11.F34.

 

Thales ANGENIEUX Optimo Style lens

 

Prime Lenses by Schneider-Kreuznach

Schneider’s latest offering to the digital cinematography market is its Xenon FF-Prime Lenses for full-frame sensor HDSLR and other professional cameras. Built in Germany, the high-end optic solution is designed for 4K resolution with outstanding operation, unrivalled performance and rugged reliability. The family of lenses includes 25mm, 35mm, 50mm, 75mm, and 100mm focal lengths. Meet Schneider-Kreuznach at stand number 11.A41.

 

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Precision monitors by Transvideo

The award-winning manufacturer plans reveal an exciting line-up of new innovations at IBC 2014 headlined by the StarliteHD, a precision 5” OLED field monitor, and its wireless version, the StarliteHD-RF. Transvideo also intends to make a splash with CineMultiTrack, an exciting new distance measurement system for multiple objects, in association with existing product LensReader as well as VirtualHorizon3, the first wireless digital leveller with motion compensation and shock filtering for remote heads. Transvideo is at stand number 11.F31.

 

Video recorders by Convergent Design

The premier manufacturer of onboard video recorders is expected to bring its flagship Odyssey7 and Odyssey7Q solutions to IBC 2014 after a successful show last year. The Odyssey solution is highly regarded in the industry for embodying the brand’s knowledge and experience of broadcast and cinematography records with the added capability of a high-end professional OLED monitor and comprehensive monitoring tools. Find out more at Convergent Design’s stand at 10.A24.

 

Beautiful images by Cooke Optics

This global lensmaker is best known for The Cooke Look®, a sharp, subtle, smooth rendering that provides dimensionality and high contrast, and pleases the eye. Its latest Anamorphic/i Prime Lenses T2.3, built on its patent-pending next-generation i/Technology, delivers this signature image quality with superb optical and mechanical performance. Visit Cookie Optics at stand number 11.D10.

 

Smoother workflows with Filmlight

Filmlight ’s presence at IBC 2014 is all about evolving workflows with Daylight, a new dailies software, and an upgraded version of FLIP, its real-time image processor for on-set grading of digital cameras. The brand will also showcase colour within professional editing and VFX packages as well as high-end 4K grading and finishing solutions. Discover these at its stand at 7.F31.

 

Setting industry standards with Panther

The company that created the first-ever electro-mechanical camera dolly, ‘the Super Panther ’, will be at IBC 2014 with its range of camera cranes, dollies, remote heads, rigging systems and tracks. For the modern filmmaker, Panther has developed a new wireless handset that is perfectly compatible with the new Panther Classic Plus Dolly as well as older Panther dollies like the Super Panther 3. Find out more at Panther ’s stand (11.E20).

 

Sharper perspectives with Zeiss

Cinematographic lenses by Zeiss have been essential on the set of Hollywood blockbusters like Lord of the Rings, Life of Pi and Gravity. Even with three Scientific and Engineering Awards to its name, the brand continues to innovate with products like the Compact Prime CP.2 and Compact Zoom CZ.2 lenses, which deliver high image quality in a winning combination for HD video and cinematography. Meet Carl Zeiss at stand 11.F50.

 

To find out more about the solutions featured here, or to learn how Jebsen Industrial can help you succeed in Greater China, please contact us here


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