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.

Gear review: If you could make a Sony EX1 into a 4K camera, would you buy one? Read on because Sony's PXW-Z280 could be just what you're looking for.

Can a hard drive have sex appeal? Well, if you take a look at Angelbird’s range of 2.5” SSDs they certainly grab the eye far more than most competitors! Here's our review of the Atomos certified RAW ECO drive.

Luma Touch announces new team-up with Western Digital to bring fast mobile editing storage to its LumaFusion NLE software.

RedShark Review: The Ronin-S is DJIs first single handled gimbal for DSLRs and mirrorless cameras up to 3.6kg. Read our review as we take it through its paces.

It's Saturday, so it must be time for some eye candy! So feast your eyes on this amazing footage from Morocco, all in 8K 60fps.

WYSIWYG filming has become an incredibly underrated skill, and one that is looked down upon judging by some internet critics. But shooting in this way will give you a new way to appreciate skill, as well as saving you lots of time that could be better spent elsewhere.

Nikon is about to announce something big

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It's something that Nikon users have been awaiting for a long time. Nikon is seemingly about to unleash a full-frame mirrorless camera into the world.

The new Sony PXW-FS5M2 has had a lot of hype recently for its Venice-stye colour science. What's it like in the real world, and is it worth the upgrade? Read on to find out.

We'll all be watching 12K very soon!*

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*We're just kidding! But here's more eye popping aerial goodness from Phil Holland as he takes us on a flight from the sea to NYC.

The announcement on Thursday of a new MacBook Pro was completely out of the blue. What does this say about Apple's commitment to professionals? Quite a lot as it turns out.

Blackmagic’s new eGPU could be just what MacBook Pro power users need.

How can a film shot with the latest cameras, good lighting and sound, still end up looking and feeling like a soap opera?

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