Simon Wyndham

Simon Wyndham

Simon Wyndham is Deputy Editor of RedShark News, a professional cameraman and video producer of over 15 years. With a background in indy feature making, when he isn't producing bread and butter corporate videos he can be found hucking the gnar on rivers whitewater kayaking and adventure sports filming.

Should increases in resolution even be a debate now?

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The debates about whether we need more resolution reappear each and every time a new definition format is announced. Should the debate simply move on now?

Can the iPhone X compete with a professional camera?

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Can we now, finally, lay to rest the question over mobile phone video quality? Perhaps so.

How to make amazing videos with action cameras - part 2

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The second part in our series giving more essential tips for getting the most out of your action camera, this time focussing on accessories and editing.

How to make amazing videos with action cameras - part 1

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Struggling to get good footage with your action camera? Read these essential tips.

Why has Sharp just announced an 8K camcorder?

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New professional camcorder from Sharp could make us reconsider how quickly 8K will become commonplace.

The ability to enhance photos in ways we could only previously dream of is here, right now!

The Rylo 360 aims to focus in on an alternative, more practical use for VR video.

Budding self broadcasters are going to get a boost with the latest camera announcement from Livestream.

Dynamic range might be the talk of the town right now, but can our obsession over it sometimes cloud our artistic judgement?

If you are one of the top tier film finishers or colourists, Autodesk has announced some interesting, and some would say essential, new updates to it's Flame suite of software.

Whilst much of the focus on Blade Runner 2049 has been on the incredible visuals, sound plays a huge part in the movie’s emotional atmosphere. This amazingly informative video delves into the production of the soundtrack for the film.

With even small devices such as smart phones becoming incredibly powerful video imagers, will sheer computational power make many of the limitations of our devices and cameras irrelevant?

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