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How low can they go? This is the cheapest 4K TV we've ever seen
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A blurry, black and white, indistinct video doesn't prove anything. Still less that we're being visited by aliens! Another chance to see this article about dust in space.
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Phil Rhodes rings the alarm bells over the impact of rampant video consumption on existing internet infrastructures and identifies some possible solutions.
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Simple camera tricks can mislead viewers with ease. Even without CGI or special effects, there's the potential to decieve with any camera, and any scene. Here's a case in point...
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Phil Rhodes takes a look at some of the innovative technology that lay behind Pathé’s 9.5mm film format and the Pathé Baby projector, the Netflix of the 1920s.
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Does the recent announcement that Sky is shifting all its 3D content on to its on-demand service mark the beginning of the end of 3D? Roland Denning and Andy Stout present their thoughts.
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'Whether to buy or rent a camera' is a familiar quandary for many film students and beginning professionals. Our Technical Editor Phil Rhodes weighs-in.
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The UK’s industry training body, Creative Skillset, has released its latest Creative Media Workforce Survey which details how much is earned by who at all levels of the industry. It’s not particularly happy reading, especially if you work in film. And freelance. Or you’re a woman.
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The consensus now is that Apple is not going to make a TV.
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How we decide whether to cover a crowdfunded project
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So, how does an emerging country move onto the international stage and try and compete for production dollars? Fresh from a working tour of Colombia, Phil Rhodes reveals a modern country trying to cast itself as an increasingly viable option for runaway film productions.
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