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Quite a few people have been asking why the new Hasselblad medium-format camera, the X1D, can't shoot video in 4K. Most new consumer and professional cameras - and even quite a few smartphones - can do this. So why not an $8000 camera?
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As rather thoroughly leaked online in the hours running up to the event, top end camera manufacturer Hasselblad has launched what it calls the worlds’ first mirrorless medium format camera.
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This weekend, Episode 6.09 of Game of Thrones redefined both the concept of event television and what you can do on the small screen. Spoilers ahead. And violence.
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We recently wrote about how you would design a camera of the future starting with a completely blank piece of paper. But how did cameras evolve their current form factor and how does antiquated technology still determine their shape today?
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Replay: If you wanted an illustration of exactly how good Canon’s 4 million ISO ME2OF-SH camera is, this still from the BBC’s Stargazing Live was recorded in a muddy, dark field and broadcast live in January.
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RedShark Review: Ned Soltz finds an ideal camera to complement any video or still camera in the Sony line. It might lack some of the higher end mirrorless features, but at $1499 it also lacks their price tag.
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We review a budget LED light wand that bears the Polaroid name. Is it suitable for pro use?
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Along with WB and saturation improvements, the latest camera software for the Ursa Mini camera line may fix the magenta corners reported by some users of the 4.6K variant.
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How working at 21:9 on LG UltraWide monitors helps one famous YouTuber produce some visually stunning content.
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It was the camera that broke Cine Gear 2016. Michael Cioni, President of Light Iron and Product Director of the Panavision Millennium DXL, talks to Matt Aindow about the DNA of one of the most spectacular camera launches of 2016.
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Roland Denning argues that we should place camera choice in its proper context: as a means to serve our craft and not the other way around.
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