David Shapton

David Shapton

David is the Editor In Chief of RedShark Publications. He's been a professional columnist and author since 1998, when he started writing for the European Music Technology magazine Sound on Sound. David has worked with professional digital audio and video for the last 25 years.

Netflix aims to simplify post production

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Consumers have chosen to spend their time watching video on demand. But this massive change in viewing habits hasn’t distracted one of the main players, Netflix, from their mission to be right at the cutting edge of content production for the new age of television.

Canon's new XF705 is a promising rethink of a "traditional" video camera while retaining the classic look and feel

This is Canon's most important camera for ten years and the start of a system that's intended to be fit for the next thirty years

Breaking news that Canon has announced its new R series mirrorless camera, the "EOS R"

Don't miss the next RedShark Connect event on Monday 17th September in the vibrant and original city of Amsterdam. It's your chance to meet one-to-one with RED, Fujinon, Atomos, G-Technology, Adobe and Dell, all in a convivial rooftop loft space with spectacular night-time views over Amsterdam. Tickets are selling fast!

We learn as much about Sony as about its products at its IFA conference in Berlin.

We’re in Berlin at the IFA trade show for consumer electronics. This is the place where you can find tumble driers in the same exhibition hall as cutting-edge 8K TVs. But it didn’t disappoint. The world has changed with the arrival of Samsung’s first range of consumer 8K TVs.

With the launch of the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera rapidly approaching, Blackmagic is preparing the ground with some footage from early users. Here, we see a demonstration of skin tones from the eagerly awaited antipodean camera

Watch the recording of RedShark live in which we reveal the camera that's been thrilling us with its surprisingly capable images - and we talk to Matrox about their impressive history and cutting edge products. 

Two new Full Frame Backside Illuminated Sensor cameras from Nikon burst on to the scene today. For videomakers, there's seemingly everything they would want from the new system. 

All the indications are that Samsung is going to launch its range of 8K domestic TVs next week at Berlin's IFA show. We'll be there to see what sort of reception they get

Siggraph, the huge trade show for the graphics industry is taking place right now. This year's Nvidia keynote was a blockbuster, and summed up almost perfectly how and why technology is accelerating.

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