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February 22, 2010

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The 2009 EventDV 25 Awards Show
Sony Announces New HDSLRs That Shoot AVCHD

The 2009 EventDV 25 Awards Show

Welcome to the 2009 EventDV 25 Awards Show, presenting the 25 hottest and most influential event filmmaking studios in the world as elected by the readers of EventDV Magazine and EventDV.net. Your new all-star team will be presented over the course of 4 days--February 22-25, 2010--on EventDV-TV. Watch the shows in the video windows below for the awards presentation, including samples of the all-stars' finest work. (Video players will fill in as the shows go live at 9am EST on successive days this week.)

All shows produced by Whit Wales, Whit Wales Films.

DAY ONE:

 

2009 EventDV 25 Day One Honorees

Day One's honorees (from left):
Ray Roman,
Ray Roman Films
Kevin Shahinian,
Pacific Pictures
Loyd Calomay,
Red 5 Studios
David Robin,
david robin | films
Patrick Moreau, Konrad Czystowski, and Michael Wong, StillMotion
Joe Simon, Joe Simon Productions

SEE DAY TWO'S HONOREES HERE!

proDAD Mercalli

DAY TWO:


EventDV 25 Day Two honorees
Day Two's honorees (from left):
Evro Moudanidis,
Moudanier Pictures
Mark & Trisha Von Lanken, Von Wedding Films
Travis Cossel, Serendipity Studios
David Perry, David Perry Films
Steve & Laura Moses, Vantage Point Productions
John and Jennifer Moon, Northernlight Filmworks

SEE DAY THREE'S HONOREES HERE!

Grass Valley

DAY THREE:

2009 EventDV 25 Day Three Honorees

Day Three's honorees (from left):
Adam Forgione, Pennylane Productions
Matt Davis, LifeStage Films
William Gaff, Humanstory
Walter Chelliah, Event Filmmaker
Kristen*, Bliss Productions
Jason Magbanua, Jason Mabganua Wedding Videographer

SEE DAY FOUR'S HONOREES HERE!

Matrox Video

DAY FOUR:

EventDV 25 Day Four
Day Four's honorees (from left):
Antonio Domingo,
reflejos | digitales
Jerome Cloninger, JC/DV Productions
Julian, Terry, & Joe, Studio Vieux Carre
Steve Fowler, Steven Fowler Films
Casey Warren, MIND | Castle Studios
Chris P. Jones, Mason Jar Films

RETURN TO DAY ONE!

TO READ ABOUT THE 2009 EVENTDV 25 FINALISTS, FOLLOW THIS LINK!

IN[FOCUS] 2011

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Sony Announces New HDSLRs That Shoot AVCHD

At PMA this year, Sony confirms plans to further expand the appeal of its digital imaging range. Additions to the α ("alpha") range of DSLR cameras will be joined by a new product concept that makes high-quality imaging accessible to an even wider audience of photographers.

Ultra-compact camera with interchangeable lenses and APS-C sensor
In 2010 Sony will introduce a new ultra-compact camera with interchangeable lenses that teams "any time, anywhere" convenience with DSLR picture quality. Exhibited in early concept mock-up form at PMA, the camera features a newly-developed Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor. It will also support HD video recording using the efficient AVCHD format. Shown in mock-up form alongside the compact, easy-to-use new camera is a selection of compatible interchangeable lenses.

Mainstream DSLR range to grow further
Sony also confirms that the current α range will continue to grow with the introduction of further new mainstream DSLR models using the newly-developed Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor and integrating HD video function with AVCHD format.

Shown in concept mock-up form at PMA is a successor to the α700, Sony's acclaimed mid-range camera body that has found favour with ‘prosumers' and enthusiasts.

New DSLR lenses from Sony
The α family of over 30 interchangeable lenses and teleconverters is set to grow with the addition of exciting new models.

Shown in advanced pre-production form at PMA is the Distagon T* 24mm f/2 ZA SSM Carl Zeiss wide angle lens. Scheduled for launch in 2010, this bright, wide angle prime is an ideal choice for reportage, naturally lit interiors and other quality-critical handheld shooting applications.

Displayed as a mock-up on the Sony booth, the newest lens to carry the G Lens name is a bright, high-power Super Telephoto 500mm f/4 G with class-leading optical performance.

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