(Las Vegas NAB Show, Nevada--April 11, 2013) The aisles in NAB South Lower Hall were jammed with hopefuls in the grand prize drawing by Shutterstock, a leading provider of high-quality, royalty-free digital footage.
The $5,000 digital cinematography camera package included a brand new Canon 5D Mark III DSLR fully outfitted with a range of digital cinematography accessories, including a Sachtler Ace M fluid head, Schneider Optics 4 Filter Holder with Rotating Sunshade, Litepanels MicroPro™ on-camera LED light, and a Petrol Bags Cam ‘n Go Backpack.
Tension in the crowd rose as Shutterstock’s Brian Masefield reached deep into the bag to pull out Ozzie Carrillo’s business card. Carrillo is the production manager at KVIA-TV in El Paso, TX. He had signed up for Shutterstock’s video stock footage service on Monday.
“You’re always editing a project and realize you have an empty hole in the middle, with no original footage to fill it,” said Carrillo. “With Shutterstock’s great search tools, I can look for a time-lapse or scenic shot to fill it in.”
“The fact that Shutterstock has a lot of high definition footage was a big selling point to me.”
Corrillo said he’s got lots of projects where he can put his new digital cinematography gear to use.
The Shutterstock booth has been busy for the whole NAB show, with over 400 new users signing up.
Shutterstock is a leading provider of high-quality, royalty-free digital footage to production, post-production, media, advertising and marketing agencies worldwide. With over 900,000 files currently available, Shutterstock adds thousands of new licensable video clips to the collection each week.
Headquartered in New York City, Shutterstock also owns Bigstock, a value-oriented stock agency that offers both credit and subscription purchase options.
For more information please visit http://footage.shutterstock.com,
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