Creative Solutions, comprised of the brands Teradek, SmallHD and Wooden Camera, announced a diverse lineup of new cine and live production innovations available for hands-on demos during the 2022 NAB Show.
Teradek showcased streaming and cloud solutions for both the cine and live production markets. Highlights included the new 4K HDR production streaming solution from set to post, which also was on display at several partner booths. New additions to the Teradek RT lens control family were displayed for the first time. Plus, Bolt 4K users can learn how to unlock wireless camera control with their existing setup.
For live production and broadcast professionals, Teradek showcased a trio of innovative products. First up was Wave: the 7-inch HD live streaming monitor. Next was Spark 4K: a wireless transmitter and receiver system for AV professionals. And finally, Prism Flex: the portable 4K HDR Prism Flex encoder/decoder system.
Lastly, NAB attendees enjoyed a front row seat to the first-ever live demonstration of the ultra-low latency IP video protocol built on Bolt 4K’s zero-delay technology.
SmallHD also demoed several 4K and HDR production monitors, like the new Cine 18, a new OLED display, and more – each designed to be lightweight and rugged for on-set use, but with post-production image quality and colour accuracy. The latest PageOS, SmallHD’s operating system, was also on display. Attendees could even step into a dedicated HDR colour suite to experience SmallHD’s premium Vision Monitors.
Wooden Camera showcased its latest professional camera accessories, which reflect a focus on new unified camera-specific systems designed to allow operators to customise their setups. There was also live demonstrations of camera kits for Sony VENICE 2 and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro, accessories like the redesigned Ultra Arm V2 and Ultra QR Articulating Monitor Mount, and more.
“This is our most robust unveiling of new products ever”, said Martin Vann, SVP Sales, for Creative Solutions. “Our ecosystem of hardware and software products has expanded to meet the changes in production and post production we have all experienced over the last two years. But more than meeting today’s requirements, we have positioned our broad portfolio for the demands of a connected, 4K HDR workflow.”