Airmen attend NAB Show 2018, where ground-breaking technology is unveiled, innovative solutions are displayed and game-changing trends are exposed.
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show 2018
(Photos by Corban Lundborg)
Military combat cameramen are sent into some of the most extreme conditions a photographer and broadcaster may face in a career. The professionals are required to know both the functions of their rifle as well as the camera.
The Air Force sent a team of Air Force combat cameramen, including Corban Lundborg to NAB Show 2018 in Las Vegas.
The Airmen stayed in various hotels around the iconic Las Vegas Strip.
Corban Lundborg bunked in the Westgate Resort (formally known as The International), connected to the convention center hosting NAB Show 2018.
NAB Show 2018 hosted over 102,ooo attendees from 160 countries. The show housed 1,700 vendors doing more than 20.5 billion dollars in sales.
The Air Force had representatives from Air Force Public Affairs Agency (AFPAA), Active Duty and Reserve Combat Cameramen, Air Force production squadron directors and producers as well as public affairs Airmen.
The Airmen met with major companies and developers to learn about new technologies and equipment available to better tell the Air Force story.
NAB Show is the worlds largest convention for broadcast related gear and technology, creating a great environment for Air Force broadcasters to get hands experience with the latest equipment.
The show hosted seminars, training sessions and entertainment for the attendees.
In the video above, Corban Lundborg tests the video capabilities of a newly issued camera in his Air Force kit, the Sony A7s mark ii.