RedShark News Staff

RedShark News Staff

Written by RedShark's News Team

Thunderbolt is an exceptionally versatile interface. The cables are little thicker than a shoelace and yet it can be the only cable you need to get data to and from a computer. Now it its third generation, Thunderbolt is fast and it’s easy to configure.

RedShark Live: How to shoot for HDR

Published in Production

Tune in here later today for a live show discussing all that’s good, fascinating and challenging about HDR. We’ll have expert guests in the studio and you’ll be able to interact with us in real-time.

Want to liven up your footage in post? Try adding some light leak overlays to your video editing arsenal. These versatile drag-and-drop elements can make a world of difference.

Realtime Matrix-like effects from Robic the robot

Published in Production

Robic is a new robotic arm that moves faster than anything the industry has yet seen, the result being that productions can capture things in-camera that were previously very much a post-only experience.

Top Ten Reasons to Visit BVE 2017

Published in Business

Falling as it does a mere six weeks before NAB, the best reason to visit London's BVE remains the chance to bump into folk and network. It’s also though a seasoned show with plenty of time to catch up on technology that can be drowned out amid larger jamborees, and features a solid conference offering something for everyone. Here are RedShark’s Top Ten reasons to head out on the DLR to the ExCel later this month.

Keith Loutit: The Hyperlapse King

Published in Production

Keith Loutit spent three years making the stunning hyperlapse about Singapore, The Lion City 2, that we featured last year. In this brief video, he talks about how and why he did it.

New videos from RED Digital Cinema

Published in Production

RED has uploaded a handful of new videos to YouTube, including four new RED TECH video on various topics such as camera prep and assignable keys, and a brief video bio of Scott B.S. Choi, the many behind the lens of the most viewed YouTube video ever.

Blackmagic releases two new Studio Cameras

Published in Production

As well as the new web broadcast gear, Blackmagic Design has expanded its Studio Camera line-up with two new battery-less models that are not only lighter and cheaper but easier to ship around.

PTZ cameras have grown up. Today, they’re capable of broadcast quality and are ideal for cost-effective, space-conscious studios and a wide range of other applications. They’re certainly not to be confused with security cameras. 

The spectacular Zeiss Cinema Zoom lenses: video review

Published in Production

Mark McCarthy from Sparky Film is back with another exclusive video review for RedShark, this time of the elegant new Zeiss Cinema Zoom lenses.

Dolby Atmos: live broadcast sound takes a giant leap

Published in Audio

Five years after it first appeared in cinemas, Dolby Atmos, a key component of the UHD future, is slowly edging into the world of live broadcast television, as this week’s soccer broadcast by BT Sport in the UK proved. By Matt Gregory, RedShark Staff Writer

RedShark has obtained one of the very first production-quality Panasonic GH5 cameras and we'll have expert Richard Payne from Holdan talking live with RedShark Editor-In-Chief, David Shapton, about the camera from our studio. We'll also have Jason Diamond, Cinematographer, live from NYC. 

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