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Newsshooter – Making the real world look as good as cinema

Newsshooter – Making the real world look as good as cinema
NAB 2014 video: Edelkrone show new pocket range and innovative sliders By site editor Dan Chung: Newsshooter at NAB 2014: Edelkrone show new pocket range and innovative sliders from Dan Chung on Vimeo. Newsshooter’s Clinton Harn checks out all the latest offerings from Edelkrone at NAB. Most eye-catching were the new pocket range of rigs that includes a super small slider. There was also a new prototype arm based slider for smaller cameras that resembles a robotic arm from a car assembly line.

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