NAB Student Experience Video Project - Team 2
NAB Student Experience Video Project - Team 2
NAB Student Experience Video Project - Team 2
05/05/2016
During their participation in the NAB Student Experience, students formed teams to interview each other about being selected and working the Sony booth at NAB. They conducted interviews, compiled and edited highlights of their exhibit experiences to compete for prizes over 2.5 days.
 
New PXW-X400
New PXW-X400
New PXW-X400
Dave Emmerling
SNA StudiOne
04/27/2016
Mike DesRoches, Senior Sales Support Engineer shows us Sony's new PXW-X400 camcorder
 
HDR, HFR and Color Gamut
HDR, HFR and Color Gamut
HDR, HFR and Color Gamut
04/20/2016
David Stump, ASC discusses future proofing your movie using high dynamic range, high frame rate and color gamuts.
 
SRG-360SHE Product Intro
SRG-360SHE Product Intro
SRG-360SHE Product Intro
Dave Emmerling
SNA StudiOne
04/19/2016
Drew Buttress, Sr. Product Manager, shows us the innovation of the Sony SRG-360SHE
 
Sony's Ruggedized Portable RAID Storage
Sony's Ruggedized Portable RAID Storage
Sony's Ruggedized Portable RAID Storage
Sony STMD
09/10/2015
Sony's new ruggedized RAID for content backup and transport.
 
Security System Design Toolkit Overview
Security System Design Toolkit Overview
Security System Design Toolkit Overview
Sony Electronics Inc.
12/08/2014
The System Design Toolkit is a simple and effective set of tools designed to make choosing products and designing your video surveillance solution easy.  The toolkit features tools such as a digital product catalog, a bitrate calculator, a lens calculator, and a project builder.  The System Design Toolkit provides information on Sony’s surveillance products, will help you perform lens and bitrate calculations, assist you with designing an end-to-end surveillance project - floor by floor, along with documentation of the project design that can be used with your project bid.
 
Lens Calculator
Lens Calculator
Lens Calculator
Sony Electronics Inc.
12/04/2014
If you want to maximize the viewing area of the camera, selecting a different lens could be of benefit to you. To help you choose the right lens you can specify the required height and width of the image or the required number of pixels, distance or focal length.
 
Anycast Touch Essentials Episode 8
Anycast Touch Essentials Episode 8
Anycast Touch Essentials Episode 8
Sony
Sony
09/29/2014
Remote Camera Control
 
Low-light Sensitivity - SNC-VB635 1080P 1/2 -inch Sensor Camera - Office
Low-light Sensitivity - SNC-VB635 1080P 1/2 -inch Sensor Camera - Office
Low-light Sensitivity - SNC-VB635 1080P 1/2 -inch Sensor Camera - Office
Sony Corporation
09/10/2014
Comparison of Low-light Sensitivity using the SNC-VB635 1080P 1/2-inch Sensor Network Camera in an office environment.
 
Capturing Live Events Confidently with Sony
Capturing Live Events Confidently with Sony
Capturing Live Events Confidently with Sony
Sony Electronics Inc.
Sony Electronics Inc.
02/12/2014
Introducing the new SRG series pan/tilt/zoom cameras for videoconferencing, house of worship, distance learning and more. Learn how these cameras are ideal for challenging back-lit conditions. See more with Sony.
 
DWX Digital Wireless Mic System in VideOn
DWX Digital Wireless Mic System in VideOn
DWX Digital Wireless Mic System in VideOn
Sony Electronics Inc.
01/24/2014
​The DWX Series digital wireless mic system works seamlessly with camcorders, with an RF transmission is so robust, there’s a two-fold improvement* in co-channel interference rejection. Cross Remote® technology enables adjustments on the fly, and 100% digital sound and interchangeable third-party capsules please the most critical broadcasters and sound engineers
 
Shooting Documentaries with Sony's NEX-FS700, PMW-F5, and PMW-F55
Shooting Documentaries with Sony's NEX-FS700, PMW-F5, and PMW-F55
Shooting Documentaries with Sony's NEX-FS700, PMW-F5, and PMW-F55
08/06/2013
​In this CineGear 2013 presentation, Cinematographer David Leitner discusses his experiences shooting "hand-held" with various camera systems, and focuses on his experiences using the PMW-F5, F55, and NEX-700 in various configurations.