Technology & Computing

Technology can make cameras easier to use. But what does this mean for professionals? Is it still art if your camera does almost everything for you?
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Some useful advice post-IBC: Two cameras that might be similar on the surface might be based on fundamentally different technology. Make sure you're comparing like with like.
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Support for Dolby Vision grows with the announcement that Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will use the Dolby Vision mastering process for high dynamic range 4K/UHD, featuring more vibrant colors/brightness and wider contrast range.
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The iPad Pro might not be interesting to the majority of consumers, but for professionals it certainly does tick some important boxes.
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For those who are interested in technology, gaming, and dream of creating their own successful blogs and YouTube channels with millions of subscribers and views, LG is introducing the UltraWide Festival 2015.
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As expected, Apple launched a new iPad Pro and a rethought, app-centric Apple TV at its September 9 event. There is some interesting devil in the detail though. K.Stewart reports.
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Technology is improving so fast, we're losing our ability to make predictions.
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Here's the run-down on back-side illuminated sensors (like those in the recently announced Sony cameras) including how they differ from more conventional designs and why we're still waiting for an ideal solution.
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A mighty 'tock'? Will the just announced Skylake, Intel's latest processor standard, be a boon or bust for editors and video professionals? Rakesh Malik investigates.
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Phil Rhodes believes that we're at the precipice of fundamental change in both computing and our relationship to it that harkens back to the mainframes and network terminals of the 1970s.
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Will the next iPhone (the 6S?) have a 4K camera? If it does, it will give 4K a big boost.
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