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Production Technology Survey, 2014 Back to Reports & survey Listing

Televisual’s annual Production Technology Survey reveals the production and post production kit the industry is using and what producers think of it. Tim Dams reports

The speed of change in production is faster than ever before. New cameras, editing kit and production technology are launched onto the market with such regularity that it’s difficult for many to keep up with what’s new and what’s best for their programme-making needs.

That’s where the Production Technology Survey comes in. Amidst a sea of competing products, we’ve sought to establish which are the most popular technology brands and models in production today, as well as highlighting the key technology trends that are driving the market. We’ve done this by asking 100 senior production execs for their views about the technology they use in production.

We have focused on a number of key areas. Firstly, on the opposite page, we take the temperature of the rapidly evolving camera market, revealing the most popular manufacturers and models. Next, we focus on post production, specifically editing, compositing and grading. We also look at the use of cloud technology and digital workflows in production. Finally, there’s also a whole page of findings on the take up and future of 4K.

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