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Phil Rhodes continues our series on kitting out your brand new DSLR so that it has the same functionality as your old, trusty video camera. In part two, all about baseplates and power.

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While it may disappoint many observors who had hopes of a truly affordable ARRI camera, the premium pricing of the ALEXA Mini may be justified by saving productions money down the line.

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With Intel dominating desktop CPU performance lately, it's good to know that it still has some competition, not least from AMD’s forthcoming Carrizo APU.

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RedShark Technical Editor, Phil Rhodes, reviews the ColorEdge CG318 32in 4K monitor from Eizo and determines its suitability for film professionals and whether it's worth the hefty price tag. The clue is in the title...

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Anyone still using ½-inch format equipment will be happy to know that Sony has strengthened its VTR refurbishment programme. So, while it will stop selling the kit next year, video tape recorders, cameras and players will still be serviced by the company until March 2023.

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There's one thing that matters above all else when you're mixing for films or TV

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Time Lapse and Tilt-Shift are used in this lovely film taken in Boston. For anyone that lives there, it will be a fond reminder of what this fantastic city looks like when it's not under seven feet of snow

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Barry Braverman on why he’s quite so impressed with the CalDigit Thunderbolt 2 RAID - HDD.

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