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ProCon nNovia QuickCapture A2D Videographer's ChoiceNew technology brings the wedding ceremony to the reception (August 02, 2005)
When a bride walks down the aisle she has already missed seeing her groom and bridal party entering, and guests seated in the back rows are not able to hear the vows or see the ring exchange -- until now. With new technologies for same day video editing, everyone can see the highlights of the ceremony at the reception. The nNovia QuickCapture A2D makes production of rapid wedding videos possible by offering videographers the ability to save video of the ceremony on its hard drive and transfer footage faster than ever before.
The first portable analog/digital hard disk drive recorder, the QuickCapture A2D bridges the gap between commonly used digital and analog camcorders and the newest digital video equipment by storing up to seven and one half hours of footage shot with a camera right on its hard drive. Plus, users can still use their tapes as a back up. The nNovia QuickCapture A2D was recently featured in the instructional DVD, ?Wedding Day Edits - The Wow Factor, which educates videographers on how to create professional same day videos.
?I use the QuickCapture because time is critical in creating same day videos, said Mark Von Lanken of Picture This Productions, Inc, creator of the ?Wedding Day Edits DVD. ?The QuickCapture allows me to capture the ceremony and even mark key parts, such as exchange of rings and even the first dance. Then, we can turn around a professionally edited video to show all the guests later at the reception. Available in 3, 4.5, 6 and 7.5 hour versions, the QuickCapture A2D marks clips with a time code while shooting for quick access later and can be worn on a belt or mounted on a camera.
?The introduction of the nNovia QuickCapture A2D greatly reduces time and cost by recording edit- ready file formats directly to a hard drive from any analog or digital camera during field shooting, said Vincent Bruno, Managing Director, ProCon Technology USA. The nNovia QuickCapture A2D is available through ProCon Technology USA, a division of New Jersey-based VCOM International Multimedia Corporation, a diversified electronics company serving the education, professional audio and video, and corporate markets. For information on the ?Wedding Day Edits DVD visit http://tulsaweddingvideos.com/videographers.shtml.
About Picture This Productions
Mark and Trisha Von Lanken of Tulsa, OK established Picture This Productions in 1996. Their passion for creative Wedding Videography has yielded five WEVA Creative Excellence awards. They enjoy helping other videographers take their business to the next level
About ProCon Technology, USA
ProCon Technology, USA is a premier supplier to Audio Visual Presentation Professionals, Videographers and Digital Content Creators. Through our worldwide network of dealers and distributors, we provide timely delivery of products that improve workflow and that help to maximize profits for our customers. We manufacture DVD/CD Duplication equipment and distribute professional video products from reputable technology developers. Our product lines include DV recorders and players, storage systems for collaborative editing, DVD & CD duplication systems, RS232/Infra-red control systems, analog/digital media converters, specialized video and audio distribution amplifiers and routers.
For more information about our company and the products we represent, please visit www.proconusa.com or call 800-631-0868 or 201- 814-0405 extension 1044.
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