Mammoth HD adds 38 RF Collections

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Footage Library ADDS 38 RF Collections New Royalty-Free Lifestyle and Medical/Healthcare Collections expand the Mammoth HD Footage Library

The

MHD Lifestyle Gallery

additions feature: Showertime, Poolside, Womens, Faces, Women's Fitness, Babies, Kitchen, Home Computing and Personal Dancing.

The

MHD Medical/Healthcare Gallery

additions feature: Hospital Care, Bedside Care, Heart Attack, Doctors, Surgeons, Xray and CatScans

The

Mammoth HD Library

now feature over 700 Collections and over 350 hours of SingleClip Material - including RED 4K/3K/2K and Vertical HD for Digital Signage and Display. ------- For more information on the collections and the Mammoth HD Hi Definition Footage Library, and to see the previews of all the Mammoth HD collections and clips, please visit the Mammoth HD website at

http://www.mammothhd.com

. Mammoth HD's Production Partners include: G-Tech (

www.g-technology.com

), Promise Technology (

http://www.promise.com

), Cal Digit (

http://www.caldigit.com

). AJA (

http://www.aja.com

), Quantum (

http://www.quantum.com

), Bogen Imaging Group (

http://www.bogenimaging.us

) and NuVision (

http://www.nuvision.com

)

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