How is it that Sony is now the leading innovator with still cameras that can be used for video?
There was a lot of news at IBC2014, particularly on the camera and camera accessory front, and we published a lot of stories as a result (with more still in the pipeline). Here, in case you’ve missed any of our coverage, are the highlights so far (with added Photokina).
Canon is one of the relatively few manufacturers that develops its own sensors. This means that they're in a great position to create new sensors with new capabilities, and that's just what they've done with their new 35mm Full Frame CMOS sensor for video capture
The new Canon XA35 and XA30 are both aimed firmly at the prosumer market and, interestingly, are also considerably ramping up the dynamic range options available in this segment.
Magic Lantern crops up in some surprising places. Even in cameras that can't actually capture video
One of the implications of a generation being raised on YouTube and the ubiquity of internet video is that it is increasingly important to offer video content yourself. And that means a degree of investment.
- Sunday 29 Nov 2015 - (43806) Building a Resolve 12 system for $500
- Sunday 22 Nov 2015 - (30562) How to design SSD-based PC video workstations - Part one: understanding SSDs
- Thursday 19 Nov 2015 - (21510) Are cameras getting a bit too "DIY" these days?
- Friday 27 Nov 2015 - (19530) Telling a story in four seconds using 600fps SlowMo
- Friday 20 Nov 2015 - (14611) Kinefinity: the greatest camera company you never heard of
- Wednesday 2 Dec 2015 - (312) How real life can trump VFX - even in space
- Tuesday 1 Dec 2015 - (1131) RedShark Exclusive Competition: Win a Panasonic DVX200 - one of the most talked about cameras of the year
- Tuesday 1 Dec 2015 - (717) Will AMD's new CAD-centric FirePro W4300 graphics card also be good for film?
- Tuesday 1 Dec 2015 - (5979) This is how ARRI makes cameras - RedShark Exclusive
- Tuesday 1 Dec 2015 - (2336) Why is LiFi suddenly in the news?