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This week in the news: Panasonic announced the new Lumix GH4 mirrorless camera with 4K video capability, and a grip accessory with time code, SDI and XLR ports; Nikon unveiled several point-and... READ MORE
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10 months ago
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In this video, Larry Becker, from the Kelby Media Group, speaks to Vijay Sharma, from NVIDIA, about the new VSync graphics system.
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11 months ago
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4K has been the buzzword at CES this year, and Panasonic perpetuates this trend by revealing 4K versions of their popular GH3 mirrorless camera and their HX-A100 point-of-view camera. Editor's Note: this post was written by Justin Dise On display in the Las Vegas showroom, and... READ MORE
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11 months ago
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Sony is no stranger to high-definition technology, and this year at CES 2014 they introduced impressive new TVs that contribute to the company’s rich history of bringing high-resolution video to the masses. Their new XBR-X850B, XBR-X900B, and flagship XBR... READ MORE
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In this video, Mia McCormick, from the Kelby Media Group, speaks to Mark Weir, from Sony, about the new AX100 4K camcorder. At the end of the video, McCormick shares some useful advice about whether or not to choose a 4K camera for your workflow. You can find more information about the ... READ MORE
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Sony has just announced several new Handycam camcorders, as well as a new 4K prosumer camcorder. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the new features and upgrades Sony has made over their previous versions of these models. The Handycam camcorders range from the entry-level HDR-CX240 to... READ MORE
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This week in the news:  Fujifilm announced the new Fujinon XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS lens; five full-frame lenses for the Sony E-mount are now available from Samyang; the much-anticipated new Mac... READ MORE
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1 year ago
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The past decade has been a renaissance for TV technology. Televisions have gotten slimmer; we’ve gone from large-frame TVs like CRTs and floor-standing rear-projection models to the flat-panel displays we have on the market today. Screen sizes have also evolved, with 60-inch-plus models growing in popularity and becoming living-room staples. As screen sizes have grown, so has the demand for... READ MORE
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1 year ago
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People have been shooting HD video with DSLR cameras packing still lenses for years—mostly with fixed focal length lenses, which are often referred to as "prime" lenses in the film industry. In general, zoom lenses made for still photos are a poor fit for cinema production. You can use them, as many low-budget indie productions do, but they lack many of the necessary features that are required... READ MORE
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1 year ago
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Lexar has recently introduced the Professional Workflow Reader Solution, a system that revolves around a modular design for employing up to four different card readers at a single time to increase speed and efficiency when transferring large quantities of data from memory cards.

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1 year ago
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Sony has just announced three new consumer video cameras for the fall. The most ground-breaking model is the FDR-AX1 Digital 4K Video Camera, which supports 3840 x 2160 4K resolution. The other two new models are the HDR-AS30V HD POV Action Camcorder and the HDR-MV1 Music Camcorder.

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1 year ago
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ikan introduces the VideoForge 4K test pattern generator, for professionals who need 4K test patterns to calibrate their 4K display equipment. The generator features an HDMI output and four mini BNC connectors that provide Single, Dual, and Quad HD output.

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1 year ago
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In the third segment of our six-part series on the Canon Cinema EOS line, cinematographer David Leitner elucidates the Canon EOS C500 and EOS-1D C cameras, two very different bodies: The C500 is a camcorder with a Super 35-size sensor that looks much like the C100 and C300, while the 1D C is a DSLR body with a much larger full-frame sensor.

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1 year ago
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I remember, years ago, reading about a 40-inch CRT television set. It had a 4:3 aspect ratio, weighed several hundred pounds, and cost around $100,000. I think it was a Sony. It was completely impractical, but it got me to thinking that some day I wanted to own a TV set with a screen that size. Today I own a 46-inch flat panel, but I saw something this week that got me thinking again. Panasonic just announced its new 152-inch plasma display that should be available early next year.

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2 years ago