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New at BVE London 2010

This years BVE features a raft of new specialist camera technologies that will deliver improved picture quality, faster results and more flexibility on location

Sony has announced two major additions to its range. On their stand you can try out the NXCAM, Sony's first professional AVCHD camcorder. Plus, you can see the SRW-9000, dubbed as the 'ultimate next generation camcorder'; features include a 35mm sensor and solid state recording.

Panavision is exhibiting the latest Element Technica 3D

With field tests beginning in February, ARRI's new 35mm-format digital cameras, have caused a huge stir. Promising top quality pictures worthy of any feature film and a price tag undreamt of a few years ago, the new system is a must see.

DSLR - Canon's 5D mk2, 7D and EOS-1D Mark IV, all feature extraordinary HD abilities at an incredibly low cost. For the first time at BVE you can assess their ease of use and check out the power of the SLR. Visit Canon (stand E34) and Park Cameras (stand L56) for details.

Teletest is launching the world's first complete 3D camera rig and 3D video assist kit.

Ikegami's open code GFCAM Tapeless Camera is now shipping. Try out this high performance option at BVE 2010.

JVC are showing their range of tapeless solid-state camcorders including the QuickTime-ready systems as well as revolutionary 3D monitors and their 2D-3D converter.

The brand new Hitachi Z-HD5000 is a low-cost broadcast & studio production camera - ideal for TV, education, corporate, religious and cable facilities.

Panasonic are demonstrating a number of cameras at BVE for the first time, including its new POV camera. Plus, try out the tapeless, variable frame-rate HD cameras HPX500 and HPX301 as well as such favourites as the HPX2100.

Polecam will be displaying (at height!) a range of innovative broadcast SD and HD cameras from Toshiba, Iconix and Camera Corps.

Vision Research's Phantom range offers high-speed digital acquisition with sensors able to achieve a massive 4096x2550 pixels. Prepare to be amazed.

To complete the picture, get hands on with the Iconix (the tiny HD camera) and the RED cameras - all are on show at BVE 2010.