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Shutterstock to Give Away Digital Cinematography Package at NAB


LR-Shutterstock CanonNew York-based stock footage library Shutterstock announced that it will give away a $5,000 digital cinematography camera package to one lucky visitor to the company’s NAB booth, (#SL13017). The drawing will be held April 10 at 5 p.m. at the booth.

The top prize will consist of a new Canon 5D Mark III DSLR fully outfitted with a range of digital cinematography accessories, including:

  • Sachtler Ace M fluid head, tripod and carry bag system, which features an ergonomic design, intuitive operation and a payload range of 0 to 8.8 pounds (0 to 4 kilograms), for cine-style shooting.
  • Schneider Optics 4″ filter holder with rotating sunshade, designed to deliver the ultimate in versatility for videographers. A Schneider Optics glass filter will also be included.
  • Litepanels MicroPro on-camera LED light, created for the new breed of video-enabled DSLR cameras and other camcorders, with a fully dimmable daylight fixture.
  • Petrol Bags Cam ‘n Go Backpack offers ultimate equipment protection for the Canon 5D Mark III and accessories. Sized for airline carry-on, it features internal dividers and laptop pocket.

Shutterstock will also have a drawing to give away GoPro HERO3s with K-Tek Tadpole camera poles to 10 lucky NAB visitors.

To be eligible to win, attendees will be asked to register with Shutterstock at the show. Registrants will also receive one free HD video download of their choice from Shutterstock’s collection of over 900,000 royalty free clips.

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