CoreSWX V-mount Plate Adapter for Sony FX9
We start off with a vital accessory for the Sony FX9 from CoreSWX. Featuring a solid aluminium design the innovative V-mount Plate Adapter for Sony FX9 provides a flush fit to the back of the camera. The adapter is also available in Gold mount and provides the required 19.5volt DC output and a low battery LED warning.
Rode GO Range White Edition
Rode has had quite the year and the new and affordable Wireless Go WHITE version has been a huge hit with videographers. The Wireless Go White blends perfectly with white wedding dresses and other garments making the on-set life of wedding videographers a whole lot easier. The Wireless Go is super compact and pairs in seconds. It also features a built-in mic as well as the ability to connect a wireless lav mic.
Blackmagic Design Speed Editor keyboard
Blackmagic Design has had a very busy year and their new Speed Editor keyboard is now an even more attractive proposition. For a limited time you can get the Speed Editor for free when you order a DaVinci Resolve 17 Studio license from an authorised dealer such as ourselves. The Speed Editor has been designed to make the editing experience on the CUT page even faster, while also bringing a simplified and more affordable layout for editors.
Accent B7c RGB Light Bulb
Aputure has been going from strength to strength this year and their long awaited Accent B7c RGB Light Bulb has been built from the ground up for cinematographers. A smart light bulb dedicated to filmmaking the Accent B7c supports a wide Kelvin adjustment from 2000 to 1000 Kelvin, high TLCI and CRI scores of 95+, and an RGB mode with Hue Saturation and Intensity control for a virtually unlimited creative potential. Easily placed inside standard household lamp sockets, the B7c also has a built-in battery with about an hour runtime as well as a host of built-in special effects such as Cop Car, FIre, Fireworks, Faulty Bulb and more.
Zoom PodTrak P4
And last, but definitely not least, the Zoom PodTrak P4 arrived with a bang in the podcasting segment with big features and small form factor for those looking to start podcasting on a budget. At just under £200 ex vat, the P4 supports up to 4 x XLR microphones with individual headphone outputs and gain control. A mix minus function is also available preventing feedback from guests calling in, while the ability to record all tracks separately gives you even more control over audio editing in post.
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