New Streaming — DCS explores Creative Solutions: Teradek – SmallHD – Wooden Camera

by | Sep 29, 2021 | News | 0 comments

DCS PresentsCreativeSolutionsX600We visited the West Coast headquarters of Vitec’s Creative Solutions group on September 23rd 2021.  We interviewed Colin McDonald about SmallHD and Teradek‘s latest products, Holly Rusk covered everything new from Wooden Camera, and we were lucky to catch up with’s Michael Cioni who gave us an update on their Camera-2-Cloud initiative which includes Teradek as a technology partner.


SmallHD ColinMcDonaldX360Creative Solutions Product Manager for Teradek and SmallHD, Colin McDonald details the latest products from both brands including the 4K Cine 13 Monitor with 1300 to 1 contrast ratio, 15 nits of brightness, and 10 bit color depth in a very compact form factor which is designed with the Focus Puller in mind. He also shows off the Cine 24, a 24″ ultra-bright, color accurate monitor created with video village in mind, and an OLED 22” designed for high-end post production applications with a full 100% of P3 color space. Coming soon will be the SmallHD Vision Series which will feature HDR.

Colin also goes through their many Bolt wireless products including the Bolt 4K family which features a Monitor Module capable of wireless touch screen camera control. He also presented the Bolt 4K LT, which is a more cost effective model that is very capable, but smaller, lighter, and doesn’t have all the features of their top-of-the-line models.



WoodenCameraHollyRuskX360Wooden Camera’s Holly Rusk gives a detailed run down of several new products from Wooden Camera including a D-Box Plus a breakout box for the Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K, a cage for the Panasonic BGH1, a cage for the Blackmagic 6K Pro, a Vertical Bracket for shooting 9×16 aspect ratio for smaller cameras, and an Articulating Monitor Mount.’s Michael Cioni gives an update on the Camera-2-Cloud initiative and the technology alliance that includes Teradek.  He also gives a live demo of the Teradek Cube, uploading a camera take from the Sony Venice to the cloud with the file available just seconds later to access and edit remotely from the website.


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