The range of cameras, lenses and lighting gear that will be on display at the Media Production Show has been revealed, with attendees of the exhibition able to get hands-on with kit from the likes of Blackmagic Design, Panasonic, Red and Canon.

The Media Production Show, which will be held at The Islington Design Centre in June, will showcase the skills and technology used in the creation of TV, film and commercials.

MBI event director Charlotte Wheeler said: “Camera and lighting is instrumental to the production process, and we have some of the best manufactures and suppliers in the industry exhibiting at the Media Production Show. 

“Many of the products and innovations they will be bringing to the show at this crucial time in the production calendar will be seen for the first time in the UK.”

Blackmagic Design will demonstrate the latest in its Ultra HD 4K workflows, with 12G-SDI equipped products including its range of digital film cameras, Teranex standards converters, latest version of DaVinci Resolve for editing, colour grading and finishing and its range of ATEM production switchers.

Meanwhile, Panasonic will display the latest additions to its range of cameras including the recently unveiled Varicam LT and the AG-DVX200 camcorder.

Panasonic will also demonstrate the latest 4K and HD remote camera solutions that are commonly used in fixed-rig installations. Panasonic’s AK-UC3000 4K live studio camera, which was used recently to broadcast Barcelona v Real Madrid in 4K, will also be shown.

Canon has teamed up with hire firm Shooting Partners to demonstrate how its equipment has been used on leading productions including The Voice and Hunted.

Visitors to the Shooting Partners stand will also have the chance to see Canon’s recently unveiled ME200S-SH camera.

The ME-200S-SH is a professional camera for capturing HD images in low or difficult lighting conditions.

Featuring Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus system and an 8.29 megapixel Super 35mm CMOS sensor, it is said to be suited to a number of production scenarios including wildlife and sport.

Canon’s CN-E18-80mm T4.4 L IS KAS S compact cine servo lens will also be on show, along with Canon’s other cameras, lenses and reference monitors.

Red Digital Cinema will showcase its DSMC2 line of cameras including the Red Raven 4.5K, Scarlet-W 5K, and Weapon 6K. The cameras will be on display with partner firms Global Distribution, Atomos and G-Tech, Zeiss and Codex, with a Red representative at each booth. 

There will be product launches from Rotolight and BlindSpot Gear; Rotolight is set to unveil four new features for its Anova Pro LED lighting system, while BlindSpot Gear will unveil its new Tile Light. Shown for the first time in the UK, Tile Light is billed as a “TLCI 92 trans-technological fusion product” that is daylight balanced and has a soft spread for enhanced skin tones.

Zeiss will exhibit its recently launched Lens Gear rings, which can be adopted by filmmakers to allow them to use all Zeiss Milvus, Otus and Loxia lenses. Visitors to the stand will also be able to see the recently released 18mm addition to the Batis family of lenses.

Hire firm VMI will also be exhibiting at the show where it will discuss some of its recent production credits, including dramas such as Midsomer Murders, Cilla, Fungus the Bogeyman as well as documentaries such as The Jesus Code, The Great Migration and Teens.

The Media Production Show takes place 9-10 June at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London. The show is free to attend. To register, visit

The Media Production Show is organised by Broadcast publisher MBI.