Frankencam unbound: Phil Rhodes concludes our series on kitting out your brand new DSLR so that it has the same functionality as your old, trusty video camera. In part four, the finished camera finally takes shape.
Monitor manufacturer Eizo is making a decent name for itself serving the fairly specific part of the film and TV market that needs a good display but equally doesn’t want to fork out a king’s ransom to buy one. The 27in, 2560 x 1440 CG277 is a good case in point.
Curiosity or the start of the VR revolution? After a false start at the end of last week when it ran into technical problems, YouTube has begun supporting 360 degree video formats in anything up to 4K.
Drones/UAVs might be becoming increasingly ubiquitous in the industry, but there is a growing whirlwind of paperwork and legislation being kicked up by their rotor wash. By way of example, Simon Wyndham details the position in the UK.
Nikon is aggressively marketing its new D7200 DSLR as a video shooter. It certainly seems to show that the company understands the market and what it demands, but as the industry slowly turns its mind towards NAB could it just be a hint of much more to come?