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Blurred lines: This is another entry in our irregular series on fundamental topics of light, colour and imaging. This time, we explore why there are so many different kinds of blur, why they differ in performance, and why one type that's found in almost every program is called Gaussian.
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dubai360.com promises to enable viewers to explore Dubai from anywhere in the world utilising state of the art 360 degree multimedia. The sneak preview — a ‘Little Planet’ video taken with four Canon 1Dxs from the top of the control tower at Dubai International Airport — already has our attention.
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Last year we told you about the Austrian SSD manufacturer Angelbird and their range of SSD drives for the professional market. This year they have a new range of drives and their price/performance ratio looks excellent
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 The new a5100 from Sony is tiny and well priced, and, with some reservations, is great for video
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While many of us are just beginning to deal with 4K acquisition and delivery, a U.K. research team has revealed a glimpse of our high resolution future.
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Researchers in Japan have developed a special use camera that records at an incomprehensibly high frame rate.
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Every couple of years computer hardware shifts up a gear and the next shift is about to arrive. New motherboards, new processors and a new RAM format could see performance increases of 50% or more.
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Using some very clever algorithms, unusable footage is made to look like it was shot with a Steadicam
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If you thought that the remarkable low light performance of the Sony A7S dovetailed nicely with attempting to take photographs of the Milky Way wheeling above the surface of the Earth, you’d be dead right.
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