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In our continuing feature, Red Shark Technical Editor, Phil Rhodes, delves into the complexities of the Academy Color Encoding System (ACES). Part Two looks at how the system works.
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ACES high. With the technology looking set to feature prominently at NAB, Red Shark Technical Editor, Phil Rhodes, delves into the complexities of the Academy Color Encoding System (ACES). Part One looks at the problems it sets out to solve.
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We have lift-off! All of a sudden we feel as if we're reaching another significant tipping point for 4K as we've just seen an Acer 4K monitor and a couple of Dell units on sale for less than $450 (£300). And the good people at SpaceX have just provided a rather lovely 2:06 of footage to watch on them too.
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You wouldn’t know it from the picture above, but, as with the original, the 20th Anniversary retake of the original ‘Pillars of Creation’ shot that almost single-handedly defined the Hubble Space Telescope in the public imagination was taken in black and white.
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With the recent news that the new ARRI ALEXA SXT uses the same sensor as its prececessor, we ask whether innovation in cameras is slowing down
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Our resident Technical Editor Phil Rhodes explores the current state of 'holography.' Spoiler: we've got a long way to go before we can project a truly holographic Princess Leia.
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Here's another chance to read this article. We assume an awful lot about the safety of the equipment we buy. With online sales, many of us are turning into personal importers, making us responsible for checking the safety of our products. Read this. It could save your or someone else's life!
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In the conclusion of our four part series on video processing and standards conversion, Phil Rhodes examines how key concepts are applied in real world examples.
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Klotz's new Touchstone controller marries hardware controls with a touchscreen
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 Here's another chance to read this great article by Phil Rhodes on why cameras need global shutters. Cheaper, cinematic cameras come with a cost - they tend to have Rolling Shutters, which means that rapid movement can be skewed. The ability to buy cameras with global shutters at all price points can't come soon enough, according to Phil Rhodes
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The news that we'll soon be able to buy 10TB Flash memory is pretty amazing in itself, but what it will mean for video users is even more astonishing.
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