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Ned Soltz

Ned Soltz

Ned Soltz is a veteran shooter, editor, consultant, author and industry expert. He is Contributing Editor of DigitalVideo Magazine and is a frequent contributor to numerous print and web publications as well as podcasts. Ned was among the founders of the LA Final Cut Pro User Group (now LA Creative Pro User Group) and is currently president of the New York City user group Mopictive NYC.

RedShark Review: CrumplePop BetterStabilizer plug-in

Published in Production

We check out FxFactory's CrumplePop BetterStabilizer plug-in, an improvement over FCP X's native options, but how does it compare to Adobe's Warp Stabilizer?

Fiilex AL250: An onboard LED light for drones

Published in Production

A new LED light that uses a GoPro mount could be a hot accessory for the drone market.

Sony announces a99 II 42.4 MP 4K DSLR camera

Published in Production

Sony has unveiled the successor to the a99, a significant new version of the camera with features that look like they may satisfy still and video shooters alike.

Blackmagic releases Fusion 8.2

Published in Post & VFX

Blackmagic Design has posted Fusion 8.2 to the web for download, the latest update to its VFX and motion graphics application which introduces full Linux support to the platform for the first time.

Impressive Angenieux EZ Zooms can exchange rear lens groups

Published in Production

Angenieux hits the sweet spot with zooms that "fill the gap" between still and higher-end cinema lenses, sporting an intriguing feature: interchangeable rear lens groups, allowing user conversion from full frame to super35 and back again.

Sony announces E PZ 18-110mm lens

Published in Production

Continuing the round of lens announcements at IBC 2016, Sony has announced the new E PZ 18-110mm F4 G OSS lens, designed specifically for motion picture applications.

Looking at Adobe’s announcements between the lines

Published in Post & VFX

Opinion: Ned Soltz on the significance of Adobe’s IBC news and how it’s both leading in some areas and knows it has to play catch-up in others.

Sigma enters the cine lens market

Published in Production

Sigma becomes the latest manufacturer to offer a line of lenses designed specifically for cinematography.

Convergent Design has just announced Titan, a paid upgrade to its Odyssey 7Q, 7Q+ and Apollo line of external recorders that enables 4K output to be split into multiple windows.

Adobe unveils numerous enhancements for PremierePro and more

Published in Post & VFX

Adobe’s IBC 2016 announcements revolve around enhancements to its Creative Cloud suite of video applications and the introduction of Team Projects, as well as some interesting enhancements to its ad insertion service.

Canon gets it right with the EOS C700

Published in Production

Opinion: If initial reports can be trusted, Ned Soltz reckons that the Canon EOS C700 has all the features and looks of a "real camera."

A new concept In lens filtration from SLR Magic

Published in Production

At BIRTV 2016 in Beijing, SLR Magic has introduced Imagine Enhancer Pro filters for both cinematography and still photography.

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