NEW YORK, N.Y., October 6, 2009 – Sony Electronic’s Rob Willox has joined the growing number of industry leaders who have sat down for an exclusive video interview with Michael Grotticelli, editor of HD Camera Guide www.HDCameraGuide.com.
The site – which is among the fastest-growing HD camera, lens, and accessory websites on the Internet, and a leader in Page One search results for topical keywords – continues to build loyal followers.
In addition to Mr. Willox, visitors can watch an exclusive tutorial on HD image quality featuring engineering expert and industry consultant Mark Schubin, along with many other Learning Center and Product videos.
HD Camera Guide, the premiere online marketing destination for high-end HD cameras and accessories, continues to add exclusive content and videos to help producers, camera operators, and other industry professionals make better buying decisions.
“The rapidly growing community of camera operators and other types of professionals we’re seeing are proof that our strategy of presenting new camera technology in a highly interactive forum that includes videos and educational content is resonating,” said Michael Grotticelli, Editor-in-Chief of HD Camera Guide.com,” Grotticelli said. “And since viewers can link to the manufacturers’ websites while remaining on ours, we are attracting a substantial number of unique visitors, who are staying longer.”
The goal is to provide the latest advances in camera-technology information for operators and give manufacturers an online, direct marketing platform upon which to reach customers,” he adds. “Thus far, everyone is benefiting and I couldn't be happier with the momentum we’re seeing.”
The need for an online resource that champions the highest-quality HD cameras, lenses, and production accessories has never been greater, as advancements in technology continue to support the broadcast television, sports, and movie-making communities in new and innovative ways. Better quality begets a better result. With the introduction of 1080/60p large-screen TVs into the consumer marketplace, the need for broadcasters to repurpose content for distribution to multiple platforms – and the public’s hunger for better and more unique content – optimal-quality HD video is more critical than ever before.
HD Camera Guide includes such features as exclusive video interviews, product-introduction videos, video-rich Learning Center, Interactive Camera, Lens and Teleprompter Selectors, a look at historic cameras, the latest technology news, and more.
“There’s a lot of great HD equipment out there, and a wide range of support products, but it’s not always easy to determine what to buy,” Grotticelli said. “HD CameraGuide.com is a single-source product-marketing site that connects buyers with products using informative videos, interactive tools, and exclusive content. And with Google searches, it’s easy to get here from there.”
www.HDCameraGuide.com is free to users of all types. It features an attractive, easy-to-use graphic interface that enables viewers to take advantage of product-specific information. Professionals are encouraged to visit and see for themselves what the excitement is all about.