My NAB is over. I spoke seven times at the Post Production Conference and met some really great people.
The show is really a leading indicator of what we’ll see over the next two to three years in the media business. HD/DSLRs that shoot both stills and video were extremely popular and prevalent in hundreds of booths. And believe it or not, 3D was huge. I assume that 3D will be part of your television experience in the next five years.
The number of gadgets available for stills shooters who also shoot video on their hybrid DSLR is incredible. Whether it’s high-end Zeiss glass or remote follow focus units from RedRock Micro, I saw lots of cool stuff. Fusion is here to stay.
My talks centered around fusion – the merger of DSLR still cameras and HD video. I also talked about Twitter and marketing.
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I am encouraged that nearly 90,000 people were at NAB. Despite the economy, there was a great deal of excitement and I enjoyed teaching there.
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