NAB Day One Tidbit – Edelkrone

The news behind the big news

On this first day of the NAB show, I avoided the huge crowds around the BlackMagic and AJA booths and instead dug around in the Central Hall. I wanted to find something that not everyone is talking about.

I have a slider from Edelkrone that I'm quite impressed with and I caught up with their CEO, Kadir Koymen. In this short video demonstrates a very motion control slider configuration.

You'll have to excuse the horrible audio during the interview – I'm experimenting with a very compact setup: an iPhone 4S mounted on a Grip&Shoot smart grip and a Rode smartLav mic plugged directly into the iPhone, and it's clearly overdriven. It's designed to be plugged into the iPhone like this, however, it's meant to be used in conjunction with the Rode rec app – which you can't do while shooting video at the same time. I'll be looking for other solutions.


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Mark Spencer

Mark Spencer is a freelance producer, videographer, editor, trainer and writer based in the Bay Area. He produces Final Cut Pro X-related training and plugins for with his partners at Ripple Training. He is an Apple-certified Master Trainer, and consults for corporations and individuals. He is the author or co-author of a half-dozen books on motion graphics and editing from Peachpit Press and writes for ProVideo Coalition. He maintains www.applemotion.net, a resource for Motion. Mark has an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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