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Sony is the first of the big manufacturers to break cover in the run up to IBC with news of the new HXR-NX5R camcorder, which it pairs with a new remote controller and all-in-one switcher.
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Ned Soltz has spent some time with the Blackmagic Ursa 4.0 beta firmware and is impressed by the new Presets function.
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Blackmagic's recent software update for the Ursa Mini features many welcome additions as the company seeks to balance power, complexity with usability.
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Recently leaked documents and pictures are fueling the red-hot rumors surrounding GoPro's forthcoming Hero5 action cam.
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RedShark Replay: Video pros are losing jobs as companies produce more video themselves, often starting with a consumer-level product like the iPhone. However, there are ways that you can still stay in the game.
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Facebook’s growth in the video market has been one of the meta stories of the past year, and it’s not just shaky iPhone footage that’s going live either.
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Presumed leaked specs of the forthcoming Canon 5D Mk IV appear to continue recent video trends for the EOS line.
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On Monday, a cable-mounted camera fell onto some people at a big sporting event. Mercifully it seems that nobody has been severely injured, and that's a huge relief for all involved, but it helps to highlight several issues regarding health and safety.
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After the release of The URSA Mini 4.6K, Blackmagic Design has been hard at work, not only addressing concerns over some aspects of the image, but also the general usability of the camera. In what transpires to be a huge update by anyone’s standards, it has therefore just has released a public beta of the forthcoming Camera 4.0 Update.
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Trying to use a camera designed for taking stills for serious video shooting is like trying to drive a Telsa electric car in Ludicrous Mode all the time. Eventually, something will probably break. It’s all a question of purpose, design, architecture and economics. [Opinion]
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Ned Soltz threw a couple of Sony camera bodies, some lenses, and various GoPro kit into a bag when he headed off on an anniversary trip to Alaska with his wife to see if you can genuinely get the best of both worlds. 
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