MPTS PREVIEW INDUS TRY
Red Stand L730
MPTS provides another opportunity to get hands-on with Red’s flagship DSMC3 camera, the V-Raptor, alongside the Komodo 6K. The team will offer demonstrations of both machines, allowing you to experience the V-Raptor’s new multi-format sensor, making in-camera format selections from 6K Super 35 to 8K large format. The Komodo is an impressive beast with a global shutter sensor, guaranteeing Red’s high standard of image quality.
Aputure Stand U520
Aputure’s LED lights are growing in popularity. Head to stand U520 to see recent releases, including the Light Storm 1200d Pro and Nova P600c flagship models. The LS 1200d Pro is the brightest unit 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 has a CCT range of 2000-10,000K.
Holdan Stand L642
Roe Stand L108
NDI network performance monitoring software, which enables testing of network speed, performance and stability, from one or more NDI streams.
UK distributor Holdan will be showcasing its new production, post-production and IP streaming solutions, giving you plenty of reasons to head to stand L642. Highlights include the Atomos range of on-camera monitor/ recorders and production monitors, and BirdDog’s broad selection of PTZ cameras. Visitors will also be able to check out Dyno, BirdDog’s recently released
Premiering at the MPTS show, Roe Visual will bring along some of its dedicated LED products for the film and broadcast market, including its next-generation Ruby and Amber 1.5 LED panels. Furthermore, Roe Visual will sponsor the Virtual Production Stage, highlighting its extensive experience as a supplier for the world’s most prominent VP set-ups. Ask for its
LED products for virtual production, and GhostFrame solutions for broadcast and film applications.
Don’t forget the seminars! MPTS is much more than simply an opportunity to get to grips with all the latest broadcast tech. A comprehensive seminar programme spread across eight theatres provides a swathe of networking and educational opportunities, too. Louis Theroux kicks things off, discussing his varied career in the Keynote Theatre at 10.30am on May 11 – with over 150 panel discussions and masterclasses following thereafter. A comprehensive list of seminars is on the MPTS website.
19. MAY 2022
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