What counted as high end video production quality in 2010 looks pixelated and blurry next to today’s 4K and HD video. Video produced on old equipment, older even by a couple of years, is going to look shoddy on today’s high-definition screens.
Don’t get caught with a video that looks outdated even though you shot it last year! Whether it’s displayed on a home computer or a giant stadium screen, your video will show up in 4K or HD clarity.
You’ve been planning your event for months. You have every tiny detail figured out, from the lighting effects to the camera setups. But when you get to the event on the big day, your production equipment is completely incompatible with the venue’s projector, computer, and audio system!
- Sony PXW-FS7M2 4K Camcorder
- 4 Sony HXC-D70 Studio Cameras (XDCAM HD)
- Vinten Vision 100 Tripods
- Canon Mark lll 5D Camera (HD)
- Canon Prime Lenses 15-25-50-85 24-105 Zoom
- Canon 22X and 20X 2/3″ HD Lenses, Studio Lens Controls
- 5″ Color Studio Viewfinders, 6 Sony camera control units (CCUs)
- 1864 feet of Camera Control Unit (CCU) Cable
- Ross Crossover 12 Switcher (HD & SD/SDI)
- Panasonic AG-HMX100 Switcher (HD & SD/SDI)
- DOREMI Slo-Mo Instant Replay System
- Hyperdeck Studio Pro 2 Recorders (HD & 4K)
- Blackmagic Waveform Monitors
- Rane, Mackie, and Yamaha Audio Mixers
- Sony OLED HD Monitors
- EZFX Jib with Remote Head (19′ Height-13′ Reach)
- Arri Light Kit, 2 Mac Pro Quad Core
- FCP / Adobe / Etc., Prompter People – 15″ Broadcast Teleprompter
- 8 Man Wireless Intercom System