BSC SHOW PREVIEW INDUS TRY.
The beloved BSC Expo returns after a two-year hiatus, promising a jam-packed demonstration of innovation – we have the highlights
WORDS. Alex Fice
a beeline for Sony’s stand, to check out the Venice 2. You will get a first look at Cinelab’s brand-new OXScan 12K scanner, and have the chance to chat with experts about the latest equipment and technology for remote production, virtual reality and much more. We look forward to seeing you there!
that were found. It’s also an opportunity to get your hands on the incredible gear manufacturers continued to produce through the pandemic – it’s about time we gave them the recognition they deserve! Some will no doubt be itching to try Red’s stunning flagship DSMC3 camera, the V-Raptor, while others will be making
The British Society of Cinematographers Expo is back, from 7-9 April at Battersea Evolution in London. Hoping to make a strong return after the last show in 2020 – which had the largest number of visitors in BSC history – this year’s Expo promises plenty of fascinating insight into recent challenges, and the ingenious solutions
Aputure Aputure is building a name for itself as an up-and-coming LED manufacturer, with a growing network of supporters around the world. The company will be at BSC to tell you all about its latest developments, like the recent release of the Light Storm 1200d Pro and Nova P600c flagship models. The LS 1200d Pro is the brightest light in Aputure’s line-up, boasting a 1200w COB, claiming to be the highest-output Bowens-mount fixture on the market.
Using LumenRadio CRMX and Art-Net/ sACN via an etherCON connector, the LS 1200d Pro integrates seamlessly into any professional DMX interface. The Nova P600c is a 600W RGBWW LED soft light that combines intense output with precision colour quality. It’s capable of producing 2298+ lux at 3m and has a CCT range of 2000-10,000K. Get hands- on with these lights at Aputure’s booth, which it will share with sister brands Amaran and Deity Microphones.
Arri Stop by the Arri stand to discover its latest camera and lighting products. The team will be keen to show off the Arri Orbiter and an extensive accessory range, including the anticipated Orbiter Docking Ring, which enables the Orbiter to accept industry-standard, third-party optics. Check out cameras such as the Alexa LF and Alexa Mini LF, alongside Arri Signature Zoom lenses, which deliver outstanding optical performance across an unparalleled range of focal lengths, from 16 to 510mm. Also on display is Arri’s latest hand unit, the Hi-5, which provides reliable wireless camera and lens control in the trickiest situations on-set. Discover more about Arri’s line-up of pro camera accessories, too, which offer additional rigging opportunities and mounting options for the Sony Venice and Venice 2.
15. APRIL 2022
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