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Phil Rhodes reports from the centre of the RAI and finds the show so far to be one more of evolution than revolution.
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Atomos’ 4Kp60 HDR Shogun Inferno ships this month and the company has added some new features to the already impressively capable unit. There's a new G-Technology partnership to talk about as well.
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Continuing the round of lens announcements at IBC 2016, Sony has announced the new E PZ 18-110mm F4 G OSS lens, designed specifically for motion picture applications.
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Cooke strikes a nostalgic tone with the resurrection of its storied Speed Panchro line of lenses, but these updated classics could be just the ticket to wrangle the sharpness of higher resolution video capture.
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Opinion: On the verge of IBC2016, Phil Rhodes says that our fixation on the latest and greatest gear may cloud the fact that there are plenty of great options already out there.
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IBC is going to be the first opportunity for Europeans to see the G-Technology G-RACK 12 Network-Attached Storage (NAS) in Amsterdam on 9th - 13th September.
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Sigma becomes the latest manufacturer to offer a line of lenses designed specifically for cinematography.
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Convergent Design has just announced Titan, a paid upgrade to its Odyssey 7Q, 7Q+ and Apollo line of external recorders that enables 4K output to be split into multiple windows.
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It looks like Panasonic has been working alongside Codex to deliver a totally integrated and smaller VariCam: the RAW-only VariCam Pure.
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Continuing our coverage of Canon's bombshell announcement of the forthcoming C700, Codex has revealed that it's developing solutions for the hotly-anticipated camera.
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We seem to have a slight flurry of releases in the higher-end of the ActionCam market, with Sony’s latest FDR-X3000R a powerful entrant in the £500 bracket.
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