Andy Stout

Andy Stout

Andy has spent over two decades writing about all aspects of the broadcast and film industries for a variety of high-profile industry publications on both sides of the Atlantic. During that time the industry has moved from 4:3 SD to 16:9 SD to HD and now on to 4K HDR. He's getting kind of curious to see where it goes next.

Zeiss adds controlled flares to Prime range

Published in Production

The new Supreme Prime Radiance lenses are all based on the high-speed Zeiss Supreme Prime lens family but with the addition of a new T*blue coating for a distinctive look and consistent flares.

Grading on the move with the ASUS ProArt PQ22UC

Published in Production

One of our favourite moments from IBC2019 was probably when renowned colorist Blake Jones explained to us just how far grading has come.

A new low light king? Canon’s new EOS for astrophotography

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Canon is picking up its reputation for excellent low light work and running with it with the new , a dedicated camera for astrophotography.

Leica’s latest iteration of its full-frame mirrorless camera adds plenty of upgrades over what was already a well regarded unit.

Dell introduces UltraSharp 27 4K PremierColor Monitor

Published in Production

Alongside all the rest of the news pouring out of Adobe MAX, Dell has introduced the world’s first 27-in 4K monitor with built in colorimeter and Thunderbolt 3.


Not content with working with Timecode Systems on the upcoming , Atomos has just bought the company and is promising even tighter integrated multicamera workflows.

Pond5's Marquee Collection doesn't look like stock footage

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Pond5 has released a new video collection that it hopes no one will ever look at and think that it is stock footage.

 Music Vine pivots to subscription model

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Music licensing platform Music Vine has launched a subscription program that is priced to target a variety of different content creation niches.

Is Xiaomi prepping an 8K smartphone?

Published in Technology & Computing

A crawl through some of the code buried in the latest version of Xiaomi’s custom Android implementation hints at an 8K recording capability.

Designing a switcher for a new generation of creatives

Published in Production

Bas Goossens says he’s pretty excited about Blackmagic Design’s new ATEM Mini live production switcher, and he’s got every reason to be.

NDI goes from strength to strength

Published in Production

NDI 4 was released at IBC2019 and very much takes the protocol up to the next level. Bas Goossens investigates.

ARRI introduces stunning new Orbiter light

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ARRI’s new Orbiter is an ultra-bright, tunable, directional LED picture that the company says could change the way the industry looks at digital lighting. It could well have a point.

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