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Sony is working to return to normal operations in the wake of the earthquakes that ripped through Kumamoto, Japan, in the middle of April.
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In a packed NAB conference room, Lytro revealed the first film shot with its massive, 755 megapixel light field Cinema Camera. But, for all its size, the camera wasn't the only elephant in the room.
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Something remarkable has happened at this year's NAB show. It's palpable. Everyone seems relaxed (insofar as you can relax in the world's biggest show for the Film, TV and Video industries), positive and - essentially - willing to spend money on new stuff.
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"If you don’t like slot machines, Vegas isn’t the place for you." That is possibly the biggest understatement you’ll hear all year.
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17 Apr 2016

RedShark Awards at NAB 2016

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We enjoyed handing out our awards at Europe’s IBC show last September so we’ve decided to do it again at NAB.
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We wouldn’t normally cover awards (unless it’s our own RedShark Awards for NAB 2016 - more about that soon) but Blackmagic has just scooped one so high-profile it’s hard not to.
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14 Apr 2016

Anticipating NAB 2016

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In advance of NAB 2016, Phil Rhodes puts the show in perspective, and takes a look at the elements that actually have the power to shape the market.
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RedShark Replay: Been asked to provide your services for free lately? Andrew Johnstone on the insidious nature of The Culture of Free.
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April’s here, and while it will take a few days for all the foolery to get shaken out of the tech websites, we’re just about have a massive focus on what’s actual and real, as we go to the biggest film, TV and broadcast technology show on Earth.
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The former CG Student Awards has rebranded as an International Awards for young designers, creators, innovators, and artists. And more to the point entries, which this year have been expanded out to twelve categories across many disciplines, are now open. 
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In a follow-up to one our favorite stories from 2015, photographer, cinematographer and documentarian Philip Grossman is readying his work for a personal exhibition at one of the most prestigious locales imaginable.
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