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Blackmagic is cutting prices on its HD and UHD Studio cameras, prepping its URSA cameras for the arrival of the URSA Viewfinder, and bringing back its 3G Mini Converter range at a lower price point. Phil Rhodes & Patrick Taylor report.

Pricing announced for the Panasonic DVX200

Published in Production

We’ve had the first look and we’ve seen the first footage, now we get news of the official price of the eagerly-awaited Panasonic DVX200.

Just how powerful is the new mobile processor from Apple going to be?

G-Tech has a new tool available for quickly formatting its drives for PC which it is pitching alongside some interesting info suggesting that Mac penetration of the creative industries is in something of a decline.

Here's a movie teaser trailer that does exactly what it's supposed to do: makes you want to see the film.

With new features including the film-emulation mode JVC Log, Cinema 4K recording formats, and a unique Prime Lens Zoom, JVC’s GY-LS300 4KCAM becomes a significantly enhanced 4K shooter.

Impressive new footage from the Canon C300 Mark II

Published in Production

There is a lot of footage leaking out on the web from various new cameras at the moment, but we were particularly impressed with this Canon EOS C300 Mark II footage shot for the unit’s Australian release — all 15 stops of it.

It looks like a 21.5" 4K iMac is coming

Published in Technology & Computing

There may soon be a lower cost way to edit 4K on a Mac.

The BBC has a deserved reputation for the general awesomeness of its period dramas, and one of the things that keeps them on track and within budget is a surprisingly large amount of VFX.

First footage from the A7R II - Sony's new 4K 42MP camera

Published in Production

Here's the first footage we've seen from Sony's 4K, 42 megapixel A7R II.

Here's some early footage from what we believe to be the sensor in Canon's new eye-wateringly sensitive full frame HD camera.

Amazon proposes 200ft ‘drone zone’

Published in Technology & Computing

In yet another bid to kickstart the prospect of autonomous drones delivering its packages anywhere in under 30 minutes, Amazon is lobbying for the 200ft to 400ft slice of airspace above the world’s cities to be given over to sophisticated and autonomous drones.

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