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.

RED's new RANGER all-in-one camera: we have the details

Published in Production

RED has released more details about its all-in-one high-end camera pitched at the rental market

Who'd have thought you could stage a live virtual studio using only a PC and a GPU? The Future Group's Pixotope is a staggering illustration of commodity computer power - and of course, some very clever software. 

Red and Atomos have entered a licensing agreement to co-operate with a view to a new range of products containing the DNA of both companies

The Novation Peak is an affordable "analogue" synthesiser that's a great place to start making electronic music for films and other video productions Here's our review

Aputure 300D LED Daylight light: RedShark Review

Published in Production

LEDs come in more shapes and sizes than ever. And they're improving all the time. Bas Goossens reviews the Aputure 300D

Sony's new a6400 is a 4K video powerhouse

Published in Production

With full sensor downsampling and snappy autofocus, this new camera from Sony is pitched at videomakers with small budgets

Is 8K going to go the same way as 3D? Some people think it will. But I think it's a false-equivalence. You can't compare the two.

You can get wonderful results with modern image processing. But never forget that every change you make to the original material - actually damages it!

Atomos hints at a new type of future for video makers

Published in Production

The recent announcement of raw over HDMI from the Nikon Z6 to Atomos recording devices is much further reaching than it might seem at first.

This is definitely something you couldn't do with an old CRT television: roll it up and take it home with you. It's here at last, as a product

NVIDIA has headlined its presence at CES 2019 with the widespread availability of its new graphics technology as plug-in cards and integrated into more than 40 laptop designs. And there's good news for content creators and video editors, too. 

I nearly bought an 8K TV the other day

Published in Technology & Computing

It was only the small matter of £6,999/$8,830 that stopped me.

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