The Envelope…Bitte…at Cinec

Cinec Awards in the Kaisersaal of Munich’s Residence. Photo: Oli Laperal, Jr.

In the historic Kaisersaal (Emperor’s Hall) of Munich’s Residenz, 9 Cinec Bavaria Statues were awarded from 43 applications.

For Camera Technology:

ARRI: ALEXA Digital Camera System

P+S Technik GmbH: 16Digital SR Mag


Chrosziel: MTF Star System

Camera Support / Grip:

Filmotechnic Europe : Gyro-stabilized “Russian Arm”

Campilots: Multicopter

Winners of Cinec Awards 2010. photo: cinec

Camera Equipment:

Transvideo: CineMonitorHD 3DView Evolution


Dedo Weigert: Panaura

Licht-Technik Hagenbach+Grill: LT-SkyLight

Special Award Lighting Engineering:

DoPChoice GmbH: DoPChoice Snapgrids

The Munich Residenz was government building and residence of Bavarian dukes, electors and kings from 1508 to 1918. It is now one of the largest museums in Bavaria.

Cinec Bavaria with film can statue. photo: Jacques Delacoux

The Kaisersaal, now used as an event hall, was built by Duke Maximilian I in the early seventeenth century. The ceiling, painted by Peter Candid, depicts Reason and Virtue as the twin foundations of princely rule…and motion picture technology.

The Cinec tradeshow was held in Munich’s M.O.C. Convention Center from September 18-20. There were 172 exhibiting companies, and several thousand attendees over the 3 day event.

Cinec is held every two years. We’ll be back in 2012.

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