NAB 2013 is officially over, and it’s been just as eventful as any of the previous years, if not more so. 4k (or, UltraHD) has cemented itself as more than just hype, and the entire show seemed to revolve around creating bigger and better images. Our wrap up will examine how each element of the imagemaking process advanced this year, and we’ll do it installments.
We interview Ted Schilowitz of RED at NAB 2012 about the latest developments coming down the road from the digital cinema company. He talks about the new 6K Dragon sensor with 15 stops of dynamic range which will be available later this year for $6,000 in RED EPICs and Scarlets.
He also talks about the Canon, Nikon and Leica mount adaptors and the further bridging of the still and video world that such high resolution image capture provides.
He shows off some wireless systems to reduce cable clutter on set, as well as a tack sharp nine-inch touchscreen display.
[an earlier version of this post said the Dragon sensor was available for the Epic and One, when it's the Epic and Scarlet.]