Rounding off CABSAT 2017 [videos]

Written by RedShark News Staff

Burj Al ArabThe 7 star Burj Al Arab: One of the most iconic images of Dubai. Tenuous link/pretty picture

CABSAT 2017 might feel like a distant memory now, but before we get totally fixated with events in Las Vegas we have some video interviews with Atomos, FXLion, Glensound, and Ross Video that highlight some of the innovations on show last month in Dubai.

In strict alphabetical order, first up is Atomos' EMEA President, Stephan Kexel, who talks about the advantages of having a 1500nit screen when you're shooting in the harsh desert light.

 

 

Coming next, an interview with Johnny Kurtz of Aladdin Lights/FXLion, talking about the company's innovative range of LED lighting solutions which feature some genuinely interesting technology.

 

 

Gavin Davis, MD of Glensound, talks us through their commentary solutions and how the company is starting to move into audio over IP and support the Dante specification.

 

 

 

And lastly, Ross Video's EMEA marketing manager, Stuart Russell, talks as through the company's ever-increasing portfolio. As he puts it: "This time last year I told you that we made pretty much everything you need for a live production environment apart from the cameras. Since then we've launched three..."

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