Simon Wyndham

Simon Wyndham

Simon Wyndham is the 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.

Atomos has just redefined what an on-set monitor can do.

It is no secret that we’re enthusiastic about higher resolutions here at RedShark, yet debates still continue to rage. But high resolutions are now an everyday part of production, and we are seeing the benefits in spades. I think it is now beyond debate. Here's why.

Technological history is full of devices that were designed to solve a problem, but were made irrelevant through new developments. Is the motorised gimbal one of them?

This week Apple slipped out an update to its MacBook Pro range. An incredibly powerful no less, and it's probably not as expensive as you were thinking.

It's not exactly a secret that if you work with VFX, Adobe After Effects is pretty much the industry standard, and while there are alternatives such as Blackmagic Design's Fusion, such software needs a lot of time and practice to learn well. FXhome has some very intriguing developments upcoming that may make you reconsider what you use.

Sometimes the most amazing images come not from post production manipulation or CGI, but the real world. And it would be difficult to see a a more stark illustration of this than this incredible video.

The action camera market is, if you look at it as a whole, a pretty crowded place. But while there are a lot of different models available, there are surprisingly few that stand out as being exceptional. Until now. 2019 looks like it is hotting up where action cameras are concerned, with new announcements from the likes of Feiyu Tech and now DJI.

Teradek's brand new bolt for Sony VENICE makes wireless video an integral part of the camera.

Our brains don't remember in standard definition

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Today's low cost camera equipment is better than the gear television used to use for its high end programming. Yet we rarely remember just how poor the quality of television used to be.

Samsung's latest 64MP sensor takes the phone resolution wars to entirely new scales. And it doesn't look like you will sacrifice low light ability either.

DXO Mark has awarded Panasonic's 47.3MP one of the highest scores for picture quality in any camera.

Watch any ‘influencer’ video today and you will see that they are absolutely chock full of silly amateur editing mistakes that no high end broadcaster would ever put up with. Or are they? We take a look at why what would traditionally be a mistake eventually becomes 'style'.

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