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Mejores equipos audiovisuales precio calidad

Mejores Equipos Audiovisuales Precio/Calidad (2022)

Mantenerse fuerte en la industria cinematográfica requiere mantenerse actualizado con los mejores equipos del mercado.

Desde lentes, cámaras, micrófonos y hasta drones, hacen que un buen equipo sea crucial para la forma en que creamos.

Hoy en día, la tecnología cambia muy rápidamente. También lo hacen los precios. De un semestre a otro, los precios pueden bajar a la mitad, como también se puede duplicar su calidad.

Por eso, Audiolander te trae esta lista con los equipos con mejor precio calidad para producción audiovisual y cine.

Esperamos que esto te mantenga inspirado!

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CÁMARAS

1.- SONY A6500: $860

  • 24.2MP APS-C Sensor Exmor con procesamiento avanzado de hasta ISO 51.200.
  • Wide 425 phase detection AF points, Fast 0.05 sec. AF acquisition.
  • Estabilización de imagen en el cuerpo de 5 ejes para cada lente.
  • 11fps de disparo continuo hasta 269 frames a 24.2MP c/ AE/AF tracking.
  • 4K movie w/ 2.4x oversampling, full lectura de pixel, sin pixel binning.

2.- BLACKMAGIC POCKET CINEMA CAMERA 4K: $1,295

  • 4/3 de tamaño HDR sensor DCI 4K60, 2.8K80
  • Raw a 4:3 Anamorphic
  • ISO 400/3200 nativo / hasta 25,600
  • Hasta 2.6K 120 Raw para lentes Super16
  • Grabación externa via USB tipo-C

3.- CANON C200: $5,000

  • Sensor Canon Super35 CMOS
  • Tecnología Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • Rango dinámico, Rango ISO
  • Procesador de imagen Dual Canon DIGIC DV 6
  • Ultra alta resolución EVF

LENTES

1.- ROKINON 35MM: $380

  • Rango de apertura: f/1.4 to f/22
  • Compatible con Full-Frame y APS-C
  • Lentes asféricas híbridas: imágenes nítidas
  • 56mm (equivalente a 35mm)
  • 1 Aspherical and y 2 HR Elements

2.- SIGMA 18-35MM DC HSM: $630

  • Montura Lente Formato EF /APS-C
  • 28.8-56mm (equivalente a 35mm)
  • Rango de apertura: f/1.8 a f/16
  • 5 elementos SLD
  • 4 elementos Aspherical

3.- ZEISS MILVUS 50MM: $1,020

  • Montura Lente Formato EF Lens/Full-Frame
  • Rango de apertura : f/1.4 a f/16
  • Cuatro elementos de baja dispersión
  • 1 Elemento Aspherical
  • Diseño óptico Distagon

AUDIO

1.- RODE VIDEOMIC PRO: $185

  • Montaje de choque Rycote® Lyre® a bordo
  • Cápsula completamente nueva con menor ruido y mayor sensibilidad
  • Micrófono de condensador de calidad de grabación de transmisión
  • Forma compacta con factor (150mm/6” largo)
  • Ultra liviano (85g/3oz)

2.- RODE NTG 4+: $265

  • Calidad de sonido de transmisión
  • Circuito de bajo ruido
  • Construcción de metal resistente
  • Switching digital muy conveniente
  • Boos para Altas Frecuencias

DRONES

1.- PARROT ANAFI: $500

  • 4K Cinema 4096×2160 24fps
  • Zoom digital Lossless 2.8x (FHD) & 1.4x (4K)
  • Estabilización híbrida de 3 ejes
  • Mecánica: ángulos de balanceo / inclinación de 2 ejes
  • Tiempo máximo de vuelo: 25 min”

Fuente: hiconsumption

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Best Price/Quality Filmmaking Gear

Keeping strong in the filmmaking industry requires to stay updated with best gear in the market.

From lenses and cameras, to microphones and drones, good gear can be crucial to the way  we create.

Nowadays, technology changes so rapidly. So do prices. From one semester to another, prices can go half, as also their quality can be doubled. So, Audiolander brings you this list from Hiconsumption for you to check best prices and quality gear for audiovisual producers and filmmakers.

We hope this keeps you inspired.

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CAMERAS

“1.- SONY A6500: $860

  • 24.2MP APS-C Exmor sensor w/ advanced processing up to ISO 51.200
  • Wide 425 phase detection AF points, Fast 0.05 sec. AF acquisition
  • 5-axis in-body image stabilization steadies every lens.
  • 11fps continuous shooting to 269 frames at 24.2MP w/ AE/AF tracking
  • 4K movie w/ 2.4x oversampling4, full pixel readout, no pixel binning

2.- BLACKMAGIC POCKET CINEMA CAMERA 4K: $1,295

  • 4/3 size HDR sensor DCI 4K60, 2.8K80
  • Raw at 4:3 Anamorphic
  • Dual native ISO 400/3200 / up to 25,600
  • Up to 2.6K 120 Raw for Super16 lenses
  • External recording via USB Type-C

3.- CANON C200: $5,000

  • Canon Super35 CMOS Sensor
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology
  • Dynamic Range, ISO Range
  • Dual Canon DIGIC DV 6 Image Processor
  • Ultra High-Resolution EVF

LENSES

1.- ROKINON 35MM: $380

  • Aperture Range: f/1.4 to f/22
  • Compatible with Full-Frame and APS-C
  • Hybrid Aspherical Lenses — Sharp Images
  • 56mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • One Aspherical and Two HR Elements

2.- SIGMA 18-35MM DC HSM: $630

  • EF-Mount Lens/APS-C Format
  • 28.8-56mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • Aperture Range: f/1.8 to f/16
  • Five SLD Elements
  • Four Aspherical Elements

3.- ZEISS MILVUS 50MM: $1,020

  • EF-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
  • Aperture Range: f/1.4 to f/16
  • Four Low Dispersion Elements
  • One Aspherical Element
  • Distagon Optical Design

AUDIO

1.- RODE VIDEOMIC PRO: $185

  • Rycote® Lyre® shock mounting onboard
  • All-new capsule with lower noise and higher sensitivity
  • Broadcast recording quality condenser microphone
  • Compact form factor (150mm/6” length)
  • Ultra lightweight (85g/3oz)

2.- RODE NTG 4+: $265

  • Broadcast sound quality
  • Low noise circuitry
  • Rugged metal construction
  • Convenient digital switching
  • High Frequency Boost

DRONES

1.- PARROT ANAFI: $500

  • 4K Cinema 4096×2160 24fps
  • Lossless Digital zoom up to 2.8x (FHD) & 1.4x (4K)
  • Stabilization: 3-axis hybrid
  • Mechanical: 2-axis Roll/Tilt angles
  • Max flight time: 25 min”

Source: hiconsumption

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The New Normal Cultural Trends

Have you ever thought in how the world changed through the past two years? And what so regards the audiovisual and cultural trends?

The new normal world changed radically the way that we consume audiovisual productions in general like movies, Youtube and web content, and even advertising!

To inspire you to find new ideas and opportunities, we recommend to take a look to some key insights from the article from midiaresearch:

  • “The current changes in consumption habits are largely due to the two-pronged advance of both content proliferation and technology innovation
  • Fans are now going beyond pure consumption, with the barrier to access for digital creation lowering exponentially, often either engaging directly with creators or creating their own things in response – further blurring the lines between consumers and creator
  • These ‘lean through’ behaviours exhibit a high degree of fandom, but they are difficult to track using traditional metrics
  • At the convergence of too much content (including that which is produced by consumers) and high discovery, anything unique stands out as appealing
  • This, combined with digital-first habits, means that ‘localised’ content can now (more easily) see success on a global scale
  • Heightened competition brought about by the growing phenomenon of unique, international content will cause problems for advertising – which, rather than being created for the sake of artistic expression, is made to influence for purpose, and thus is less likely to capture attention
  • For digital natives, IRL and digital-first experiences complement – rather than compete with – each other
  • Be it games overlapping the real world, sports franchises branching into esports, music listening now being primarily on-the-go, or digital natives preferring social media platforms that enable their IRL activities, the worlds of digital and IRL have ceased to be distinct
  • Digital and IRL are not beginning to overlap, but rather have already merged
  • The rise of NFTs highlights the final phase of this blended reality, wherein real value can now be exchanged for digital-only items
  • Radio listening is declining in younger generations, while streaming music is growing, as        of        listen to the radio weekly (compared to half of all consumers) and        stream music every week (compared to        of all consumers)”

    Source: midiaresearch.com

Paying attention to these insights, may help you to find the next opportunity of inspiration to guide your audiovisual creation process and to choose your royalty free music . After all, that’s why we are here for… to inspire artists like you!

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