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NAB Show 2015 Sponsor THANK YOU Thread

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Without them it would be prohibitively expensive for us to come to the show and bring you guys this content, so I'd like to express my sincere gratitude towards our sponsors because they (and you) make it possible for us to keep doing what we love to do, which is arguably one of the coolest jobs in the world.

 

 

All three have been great partners and asked for pretty much nothing other than mentions in our videos, which gives us the freedom to create the content we feel you guys will enjoy.

 

Huge thanks again to our three sponsors :')

 

 

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Our first sponsor this year is Sennheiser. We use Sennheiser audio equipment at all of our shows, and we could not be happier to have them represented as a key aspect of our NAB Show coverage this year. To check out their full line of creator-focused audio technology head over to this link.

 

 

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Up next we have Kingston Technologies and their full line of SD cards! Kingston has been a supporter of our channel, and specifically our event coverage, for a long time now, and we ALWAYS appreciate having them on. They have a full line of SD cards that are fantastic for consumers and pros alike. We use them here at Linus Media Group both in studio and on the road. Check out their full lineup here.

 

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And finally we have the always awesome lynda.com! As another long-time supporter of our content, we could not be happier to have them on - especially on a show that meshes so well with what lynda.com provides. If you're looking for tips or training to become a content creator yourself, then look no further. Head over to lynda.com/NAB to grab your free trial of their online education service and start learning today!


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Wooooo 


 

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I have no idea why I read this as NBA... 


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Where is The BEST DAMN ON SCREEN PROTECTOR!!!  :P


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Thanks Sennheiser, Kingston and Lynda :D


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@nicklmg this means that we've seen all videos about NAB ?

 

 

@Sponsors thanks a lot


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Where is The BEST DAMN ON SCREEN PROTECTOR!!!  :P

Heh, they took a break this time. I'm sure they'll be back :) 

 

@nicklmg this means that we've seen all videos about NAB ?

 

 

@Sponsors thanks a lot

Not quite yet! We have three left :D and some of the best are yet to come...


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Heh, they took a break this time. I'm sure they'll be back :)

 

Not quite yet! We have three left :D and some of the best are yet to come...

AAAAnd I am camping in the sub box, thanks for ruining my thursday afternoon :P


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AAAAnd I am camping in the sub box, thanks for ruining my thursday afternoon :P

I promise they won't be up for at least 3 hours. I'm HOPING to post one in four hours, one in ten hours, and one tomorrow morning... But I should never make promises like that, never know what may happen.


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I promise they won't be up for at least 3 hours. I'm HOPING to post one in four hours, one in ten hours, and one tomorrow morning... But I should never make promises like that, never know what may happen.

Oh thanks for the hint, can cry myself in bed now because of timezones ^^


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I have no idea why I read this as NBA... 

like USB, some read it as UBS.


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Universal Berial Sus? 

Nope, it's this


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My thought on this is LMG needs to have this>? *cough *cough 


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Just wanted to say, please let Brandon do a review of the Flexlight and how can it compare to a cheap ghetto solution of led strips?? when it is priced at 600 usd.THANKS!!!

 

So many commnents on Youtube saying its not worth it, but Brandon sounded so excited about it. Just want to know how good this is from a camera man's perspective.

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Really like the look of the flex, but how practical would it be to take on the road? I get your current light because it is battery powered, but if the flex has to be powered by a wall jack are you going to need to bring an extension cord or suitcase sized battery with you everywhere? or are there available power packs for it?

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