David is the Editor In Chief of RedShark Publications. He's been a professional columnist and author since 1998, when he started writing for the European Music Technology magazine Sound on Sound. David has worked with professional digital audio and video for the last 25 years.
You can now buy six of Amazon’s new colour Kindles (i.e. a fully-fledged tablet) for $250. It was eye popping enough to see the price for individual tablets, which is $50, but if you buy five, you get an additional one free. Is this degree of commoditisation about to happen to cameras?
People often write to us asking us to help them in disputes with manufacturers. Sometimes they even ask us to start campaigns against the maker of some product they've bought that doesn't work properly. This is why we don't get involved.
Sony's Super 35mm FS7 really hit the spot when it was revealed last year. By all accounts it's still selling quickly, and producing great results. But in the race to announce something new every year, where does Sony go next? The FS5 is the answer.
The phrase 'game-changer' is a bit over-used in the industry of late, but with some additional information leaking out about NewTek's new NDI protocol, we're starting to get the feeling that it could be very significant indeed.
- Sunday 27 Sep 2015 - (47328) Five top tips for colorists
- Wednesday 30 Sep 2015 - (13489) Why working for free is a bad idea
- Friday 25 Sep 2015 - (12403) Full details of the new RED Raven
- Thursday 24 Sep 2015 - (11512) World's fastest video codec can handle 16K
- Tuesday 29 Sep 2015 - (9138) Why the film look still matters in the digital age
- Wednesday 7 Oct 2015 - (194) Roku 4 adds 4K streaming
- Wednesday 7 Oct 2015 - (674) RE:Vison Effects anti-flicker plugins now available for Nuke, Fusion and other OpenFX hosts
- Wednesday 7 Oct 2015 - (544) You can't always trust your television
- Tuesday 6 Oct 2015 - (1571) The new normal: expect surprises
- Tuesday 6 Oct 2015 - (2459) RedShark Review: Dell Ultrasharp U3415W Monitor