Upper Saddle River, NJ—For photographers looking to transition into videography, Manfrotto debuted hybrid video kits that accommodate 4K DSLR and mirrorless cameras at the NAB show. NAB was held April 18–21 in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
This is the first time Manfrotto combined their Fluid Video Bridging technology with their photo supports. Digital Director for iPad Pro and iPad mini 4, as well as the Digital Director v2.1 app update, fluid video monopods and Pro Light video camera bags were also featured at NAB.
“These are exciting times for Manfrotto; we’re thrilled to be back at NAB to showcase our newest innovations that support the photo, video and broadcast industries,” said Adam Mirabella, president, Manfrotto Distribution USA. “We’ve made significant updates to our fluid video monopods and our award-winning Digital Director. We continue to address the changing needs of the video market with our hybrid video kits.”
Manfrotto designs, produces as well as distributes professional products for photography, video and entertainment. The company was founded in 1972 based on Lino Manfrotto’s experience. Furthermore, its mission has always been “to support and simplify the work of reporters, photographers and producers.”
Part of the UK-based Vitec Group since 1989, the company operates in eight key markets—Italy, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, China, Japan, Hong Kong and the United States—where it is represented by its own direct distribution system—Manfrotto Distribution. In addition, in 80 other countries, sales are handled by independent distributors. Through the Imaging Division of Vitec Group, Manfrotto Distribution owns Manfrotto, Gitzo, Lastolite by Manfrotto and also Avenger.
To see all the new models displayed at NAB, visit manfrotto.us.