One interesting perspective available from the halls of NAB if you knew who to talk to came from the hire company bosses who, faced with yet more camera models and accessories to be added to their fleets, are starting to feel the strain.
What is screenwriting software supposed to do? The simplest answer we could think of is: make our lives easier. Peter J. Haas provides a round up of the more popular screenwriting software packages available.
You simply have to be amazed at current consumer TV technology.
Once upon a time Roland Denning had a part in making a small, independent documentary film. Having jumped though all sorts of hoops and spent significant amounts of money to have it distributed online, he can now find it pirated and available for nothing to anyone who wants it on YouTube. Here he tells the story...
Catch a falling drone: Watch this Australian flyer sprint along a beach to save his drone from ditching in the sea and being smashed to smithereens by the surf against the rocks.
Another chance to read why you should seriously consider 4K acquisition if you're ending in high def.