The annual conference of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is the largest electronic media show in the world and provides an opportunity to see in one place what is new in production and post. Attendance was off about 16% this year, but no surprise given the Internet bust, 9-11, and the recession. All in all the mood was reasonably upbeat with plenty of new products and announcements. In this article I covered some of the highlights from the show held April 7-11 in Las Vegas.
The sections of the original article were broken up into the following posts: Digital Projection | Viper | Apple Shakes | Digital Cinema Summit | Film Gamma | FireWire | 24P for the rest of us | Cinema Tools | Odds and Ends.
This post is a section from the article “NAB 2002 Roundup” published in the New York Independent Film Monitor, Vol. 7, No. 7 (May 2002)