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Panasonic GH3: First user report - with video

Published in Production

The new Panasonic Lumix GH3 builds on its predecessor's video-friendly credentials, offering better compression and an all-round improved package. RedShark regular contributor Mark McCarthy of Sparky Media Productions bought one, and put it through its paces

Without too much fanfare, Sony and Panasonic have signed a "basic" agreement to jointly develop a standard for professional-use next-generation optical disks

A new app allows both Android and iOS smartphone and tablet users to project images wirelessly, reports Kate Large

AVC Ultra: Why it exists

Published in Technology & Computing

For years Long GOP encoding has been dismissed by many as difficult to edit, all too ready to fall apart over multiple generations of processing and ill-suited to pictures with fast movement. Kieron Seth explains why Panasonic now embraces Long GOP with AVC Ultra.

It's here: NAB 2013. Prepare to be surprised and amazed.

Published in Business

The NAB exhibition in Las Vegas starts on Monday 8th of April, and the RedShark team is packing its bags ready for a long flight to Nevada on Friday. Stand by for NAB's big and surprising announcements

Panasonic's oddity: A 4K Lumix...smartphone?

Published in Business

Panasonic drops yet another device that features 4K video recording, but this one is a head-scratcher: basically, it's a phone.

UHD is the new HD. Confused? You will be.

Published in Business

The mighty Consumer Electronics Association has defined 4K as UltraHD. Kieron Seth reports

Panasonic reveals GH3

Published in Production

It's been rumoured for a long time, and we've covered its illustrious Micro Four Thirds format predecessor here. But now it's not a rumour any more.

10 reasons why 2014 will be the Year of 4K

Published in Business

4K has been on the mind of producers, cinematographers, editors and other pros for some time now. But 2014 will be the year it breaks wide for video professionals and consumers alike, and here’s why

Panasonic introduces Ultra Widescreen

Published in Technology & Computing

Is 16:9 not wide enough for you? Does 2.35:1 seem a bit on the narrow side? If it does, Panasonic has the answer for you, with their 64:9 real-time sports analysis system

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