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  • You can't properly judge a camera by the picture you are seeing Wednesday 17 Apr 2019 You can't properly judge a camera by the picture you are seeing
    No matter how much we try to evaluate cameras in terms of hard numbers, things like dynamic range, resolution and noise floor, people will still ignore them and go with what looks nicest, which isn't necessarily the same thing. What's more, the very idea that any modern camera actually has a fixed look is fairly dubious in itself.
  • NAB 2019: Less is more with Resolve 16 Wednesday 17 Apr 2019 NAB 2019: Less is more with Resolve 16
    Blackmagic Design's Technical Sales Director, Craig Heffernan, takes us through some of the new features in both Resolve 16 and the recently announced URSA Mini Pro G2 Camera on the NAB2019 showfloor.
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  • Five more great things we took away from NAB 2019 Tuesday 16 Apr 2019 Five more great things we took away from NAB 2019
    The talk of NAB this year might well have been focussed on the big players, so here are some of the things we think are just as important, but perhaps didn't get the coverage they deserved.
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    HDR has opened up a whole new world when it comes to colour grading. But it has also opened up a whole can of worms as to the best way to deal with it. We caught up with top colourist Warren Eagles at NAB 2019 for this enlightening interview to try and make sense of it all.  ...

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  • You can't properly judge a camera by the picture you are seeing Wednesday 17 Apr 2019 You can't properly judge a camera by the picture you are seeing
    No matter how much we try to evaluate cameras in terms of hard numbers, things like dynamic range, resolution and noise floor, people will still ignore them and go with what looks nicest, which isn't necessarily the same thing. What's more, the very idea that any modern camera actually has a fixed look is fairly dubious in itself.

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  • 4K makes old films look better than they did in the cinema Tuesday 18 Dec 2018 4K makes old films look better than they did in the cinema
    If ever there was a benefit to higher resolution, it's that older films can be given a new lease of life. Phil Rhodes examines why new 4K Blu-rays provide a much better experience than when the film was first released into cinemas.

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