Simon Wyndham

Simon Wyndham

Simon Wyndham is Deputy Editor of RedShark News, a professional cameraman and video producer of 20 odd years. With a background in indy feature making, he has been writing camera reviews and tech articles for as long as he can remember. 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.

Review: LumaFusion from Luma Touch is positioning itself as the most powerful editing system for mobile devices yet seen. We take a look and tap into its potential.

RedShark Review: The ruggedly built Gnarbox could be the doorway to professional video editing on the iPad. We take a look at what this novel looking backup and storage device has to offer.

Remapping one person’s facial expressions and mouth movements onto another’s is not new. But a new system, called Deep Video Portraits, is by far the most impressive that we have seen.

Panasonic's AU-EVA1 is a superb budget cinema camera

Published in Production

RedShark Review: Panasonic’s AU-EVA1 was a hotly anticipated camera when it was first announced, conjouring up as it did connotations of being a mini Varicam on a budget. But can it live up to the hype?

We are used to seeing announcements of cameras that are approved by Netflix. It has come to be a bit of a badge of honour that the camera you purchase is approved for Netflix Originals series production. But what about the actual devices that these series are being watched on? Read on.

Zeiss announces a new set of ultra high quality full-frame prime lenses

A common accusation levelled at 4K and 8K is that it makes no visual difference at normal viewing distances. Or does it?

Effective editing on an iPad has been a dream for some people for a long time. Now it looks like it is finally a viable thing.

Thunderbirds lives! Jeff Bezos' latest demonstration of the New Shepard rocket shows continuing evidence that science reality has seemingly caught up with science fiction. 

If someone told you they were using vintage lenses, would you think they were talking about a lens from the last four decades or so, or one that was made around the same time Thomas Edison was inventing the lightbulb?

Are traditional broadcast standards the pinnacle they once were, or has Netflix now well and truly stolen the crown?

Why do people complain about free software, despite it actually being incredibly good?

Page 1 of 20

Twitter Feed