Ahead of IBC and Photokina, Panasonic drops a prosumer ENG-style camera that shoots 4K 60p internally at a budget-friendly price.

New ARRI Amira - our in-depth first look

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Phil Rhodes takes an indepth first look at the new ARRI Amira

Panasonic GH4: Beware of Shadows and Highlights

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When recording 8-bit 4K internally with the Panasonic GH4, you must take great care in finding the correct settings for shadows and highlights, as illustrated in a comparison video by RedShark contributor Chris Cory.

RedShark TV: The DVX 200, NewTek, IBC & more

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RedShark TV Episode 2: The Panasonic DVX 200 in depth. Plus we talk to NewTek President & CTO, Dr Andrew Cross, catch up with EMC, and wrap up IBC.

10 reasons why 2014 will be the Year of 4K

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4K has been on the mind of producers, cinematographers, editors and other pros for some time now. But 2014 will be the year it breaks wide for video professionals and consumers alike, and here’s why

Atomos Shogun 4K recorder shipment-ready!

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The wait for the Atomos Shogun, the world's first 4K HDMI recorder, is nearing an end, as the company debuts the shipment-ready version of the Shogun at IBC2014.

4K & 20.3MP: Panasonic pushes the MFT envelope

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We bracket the weekend with another Panasonic camera, the LUMIX DMC-GX8, which raises the bar quite significantly for the Micro Four Thirds format.

Richard Payne, Technical Presales Manager for Panasonic Broadcast distributor Holdan in the UK, has got his hands on an engineering sample of the new Panasonic DVX200 and is very, very impressed.

Panasonic AG-HPX600: the networked camera

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Equipped with a proxy encoder and WiFi module the Panasonic AG-HPX600 ushers in an era of the camera-server that enables remote operation, screening, and collaboration, on a level we haven’t previously experienced. Barry Braverman reports

The conventional view is that cameras that allow you to work with multiple lenses are always better. Barry Braverman disagrees.

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