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Panasonic helps Marillion set new record

Published in Production

And no, nothing to do with triple-gatefold sleeves. Panasonic's AV-HS410 Live Switcher apparently played an instrumental part in Marillion's successful attempt last month on the Guinness World Record for producing the World’s Fastest DVD Release.

Do we really need Smart TV?

Published in Distribution

Connected TV has replaced 3D as the biggest buzzphrase in the broadcast industry this year. Sales are increasing globally, but, as Andy Stout, reports, different regions are responding in different ways.

The Blackmagic Pocket Camera finally ships in a few days. But there’s a new MFT camera on the horizon. It’s missing RAW recording, but has one killer, must-have feature.

Gorgeous Panasonic GH4 Fashion Video

Published in Production

Working with a prototype Panasonic GH4, UK creative studio Mytherapy produced this short fashion film, showcasing the camera's impressive image quality.

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

Are reports of a new 4K “GH4“ just made up nonsense or are we about to see the release of a significant new cinema camera from Panasonic?

London's Soho is a bit of a contradiction when it comes to technology. There are more post production facilities in this square mile than in the rest of the country. Every broom cupboard houses at least three video editors. Only a decade ago, almost every Soho pedestrian carried a Digi Beta tape or even a can of film. Now, it's hard disks

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

New Panasonic Wireless Projection app for Android and iOS

Published in Technology

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

The conventional view is that cameras that allow you to work with multiple lenses are always better. Barry Braverman disagrees.

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