Participants from Europe, the Middle East, and from Asia were registered – all about from 67 countries around the world – with a remarkable growth of visitors from Eastern Europe. The share of the non-European area had also increased compared to the last CINEC - a reaffirmation of the fair as a major international marketplace.
Traditionally, the ceremony of the cinecAwards took place in the Kaisersaal of the Residenz in Munich on the second day of the fair. The quality of all 41 submissions was proof for the unbroken innovative strength of the industry. Besides the technical awards (ARRI, Hanse-Inno-Tech, Rotolight, Flanders Scientific, Transvideo, and Black-Tek) two special awards were handed over to Lentequip and qinematiq for their smart developments that facilitate the work at the production set and increase safety. In the category of Lighting Engineering Arnold & Richter Cinetechnik ARRI for its Skypanel and Rotolight for its Anovo PRO. ARRI got another distinction in the category of Camera Technology/New Digital Capturing Tools for the its ARRI ALEXA Mini + ARRI TRINITY camera stabilizer system. In the same category Transvideo was well recognized by its onboard monitor the Starlite HD5-ARRI
The ARRI Skypanel The Rotolight LED lighting The onboard TRANSVIDEO Starlight
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