San Marino, California – iOgrapher is partnering with postPerspective to deliver NAB 2014 news, along with vendor and influencer interviews using Apple iPads configured with the iOgrapher mobile media cases.
Throughout the course of NAB 2014, postPerspective will not only be conducting interviews at its booth, but from the NAB 2014 show floor as well.
“While I have been covering the NAB convention for over 20 years, this is my first time here with postPerspective. The thing I love most about this industry, and one of the reasons I founded postPerspective, is the sense of community. We are all in this together and there is no greater example of that than NAB,” said Altman, who is also editor-in-chief of the website.
Commenting on the postPerspective broadcast booth on the show floor (Booth #SU10504), Altman added, “I’m also excited to be collaborating with the iOgrapher team. They have taken a ubiquitous tool, like the iPad, and are giving the masses a chance to become filmmakers. In our booth, we’ll be demonstrating just how simple it is to capture and broadcast the NAB Show’s hottest news and most interesting interviews from an iOS device. It’s a whole new model!”
postPerspective will be recording all video interviews daily and posting them to https://postperspective.com.
San Marino-based iOgrapher will also have at booth at the show (#SL3630), providing demonstrations of its entire product line, which spans support for all Apple iOS devices, including the iOgrapher for the iPad 2/3/4, the iPad Mini, the newly launched iPad Air and the iPhone 5s.
iOgrapher for the iPhone 5s will begin shipping in April 2014, while the iOgrapher for iPad Air is expected to ship in May 2014. The company is accepting pre-orders from it website (www.iographer.com) immediately. The iOgrapher for the iPad Air is priced at $64.95 USD and the iOgrapher for the iPhone 5s is priced at $39.95 USD.
The iOgrapher’s design features two handles on each side of the case, making the iPad a hand-held “steadicam rig,” greatly reducing shaky footage common when shooting video with mobile devices. The iOgrapher is also designed to enable users to easily add 37mm lenses to its lens mount area for wide angles, fisheye looks, or to capture macro or close-up shots. Users can attach lighting and audio gear to its three accessory shoes on the top of the case. The bottom of the case is designed for mounting the iPad to any standard tripod, monopod, or portable dolly.
Created by high-school media arts teacher and filmmaker, Dave Basulto, the iOgrapher was inspired by young filmmakers, who he wanted to empower with the ability to shoot and edit video, take stills and stream video live – all from an inexpensive, accessible device.