Snoppa is definitely making waves in the consumer video world and potential consumers are making it clear that they want the ATOM mobile phone gimbal which is to be shortly released.
While the big players in camera technology and manufacturing have been making quite a commotion at this year’s NAB, there’s been a much smaller brand that’s also causing quite a stir.
Kinefinity, a relatively young brand from China, is shaking up the indie filmmaking scene with the reveal of their newest flagship cameras, the MAVO and the MAVO LF. Late last year, they revealed their more affordable options in the TERRA series of cameras, which come in 4K and 6K flavors. The MAVO line is, in essence, a successor and evolution to the TERRA 6K at the same time.
NAB is going on this week and the announcements are coming in hot and heavy. For those that don’t know, NAB stands for National Association of Broadcasters and this once a year show is essentially CES, but specifically for photography and videography industries.
Blackmagic Design is an Australian based company that has been a major disruptor in the last few years with their affordable yet capable cameras and software. And with this newest camera, the company is looking to take everyone’s lunch money.
The Consumer Electronics Show is always an event colored by the latest and flashiest tech from the world’s biggest vendors. Year after year, the press, and the public are treated to leaps in technology innovation that make us wish the future would hurry up and get here.
The show can’t just be made up of the best, however. There must be a balance to everything, and CES is no exception. We’ve rounded up a few of the gadgets that made us crane our necks in more confusion than anticipation.
With CES now in the rearview mirror, we take the time to go over what caught our attention at this year’s show. There were many cool new gadgets to see, but these are the five that excited us.