Sunday 15 Jul 2018
There will probably be no 8K. In fact, there will probably be no pixels at all in the future
RedShark Replay: We all know that 8K is most certainly already here. But here's another chance to read this controversial article, which is also one of the most read-ever pieces on RedShark. What do you think?
Saturday 16 Jun 2018
Understanding ISO: In digital cameras, it's not what you think it is
RedShark Replay: ISO ratings made perfect sense in the days of photochemical film but only serve to muddy the waters when it comes to assessing camera performance in the digital age.
Sunday 24 Jun 2018
Why sports broadcast camera operators are real life Jedi knights
We don't usually think about the skill of the camera operator while kicking back with a beer while watching the football. But what we forget is that being a sports camerman isn't just highly skilled, its probably the most highly skilled niche in camera work! With the World Cup in full play, here's our tribute to sports camera people everywhere. Even if you don't like football.
Saturday 21 Jul 2018
Why can't there just be one, really good, codec?
RedShark Replay: The one where Phil Rhodes doesn't mince his words in wondering why not!
Saturday 28 Jul 2018
4K? 8K? Raw video? If you think that's amazing, you won't have to wait long for even more
RedShark Replay: First published in 2013, RedShark's Editor in Chief David Shapton fired up his crystal ball, and it still rings as true today as it did back then. It dawned on me just the other day: we are living in the future. There is so much innovation and new technology around us that it no longer feels like we're merely living in the present. It's as if we're in a science fiction movie where we've been transported forward by ten or twenty years
Saturday 26 May 2018
As consumer features migrate up to pro cameras, is Consumer the new Professional?
RedShark Replay: Are consumer products more advanced than professional ones?
Saturday 04 Aug 2018
Vintage lenses for large-sensor cameras - Part 1
RedShark replay: Uli Plank on how to look for lenses up to 50 years old, and use them with modern, large-sensor cameras.
Saturday 07 Jul 2018
Telling a story in four seconds using 600fps SlowMo
RedShark Replay: It's hard enough getting everything right in a shot, never mind when it's got multiple action scenes, and a camera moving at 50km/h!
Saturday 23 Jun 2018
Are cameras getting a bit too "DIY" these days?
RedShark Replay: This article was first published back in 2015, but while some things have changed for the better, some of them haven't. It's one thing for cameras to be modular, that's a good thing. But should we really have to design our own custom rig for every new device?
Saturday 18 Aug 2018
How 8K video will be the new still photography
RedShark Replay: Each still frame in an 8K video is a 32 megapixel still image. It may just be that 8K video is the best way to capture still images in the future.
Saturday 11 Aug 2018
Why working for free is a bad idea
RedShark Replay: Been asked to provide your services for free lately? Andrew Johnstone on the insidious nature of The Culture of Free.
Saturday 30 Jun 2018
France had a national HD TV system as far back as 1949
RedShark Replay: France has always liked to go its own way on technology, but not many remember its pioneering efforts with 819-line monochrome television. Given its role in HD history, however, maybe more should. And as for Secam...
Monday 06 Aug 2018
Cheaper graphics cards? There’s a reason for that
Earlier this year you could not buy some high-end graphics cards for love nor money as inventory was funnelled towards the voracious cryptocurrency market. Happily, however, things are changing.
Tuesday 05 Jun 2018
New Sony Compact RX 100 MK VI is so good it may be used to shoot on Avatar sequels
Sony has done it again with another new bombshell in the form of the RX100 VI, a seemingly vastly improved version of an already very capable little camera.
Friday 03 Aug 2018
Can open source software ever compete with commercial alternatives? [opinion]
The concept of open source software promises a utopia of free software that rivals the best commercially made products. But has it ever fulfilled this aim, and what is its future?
Friday 29 Jun 2018
Dell's 7720 Quad-Core Xeon, 8K HDR monster laptop review
RedShark Review: On paper the Dell Precision 7720 is a monster of a laptop and ideal for video editing. But how good is it really? You're about to find out.
Thursday 12 Jul 2018
New Blackmagic Design eGPU gives big boost to the MacBook Pro
Blackmagic’s new eGPU could be just what MacBook Pro power users need.
Tuesday 14 Aug 2018
PXW-Z280: Back to the future with Sony's new 3 sensor masterpiece
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.
Tuesday 14 Aug 2018
Nvidia's staggeringly powerful new GPU means the future just got closer by ten years
Siggraph, the huge trade show for the graphics industry is taking place right now. This year's Nvidia keynote was a blockbuster, and summed up almost perfectly how and why technology is accelerating.
Tuesday 26 Jun 2018
Can Apple stop the flow of Mac users to PCs?
There are compelling reasons for migrating from Macs to PCs. PCs on the face of it have more power and are cheaper. But should you move? Do you have to?
- Saturday 18 Aug 2018 - (24683) How 8K video will be the new still photography
- Saturday 11 Aug 2018 - (24378) Why working for free is a bad idea
- Tuesday 14 Aug 2018 - (9675) PXW-Z280: Back to the future with Sony's new 3 sensor masterpiece
- Tuesday 14 Aug 2018 - (9282) Nvidia's staggeringly powerful new GPU means the future just got closer by ten years
- Thursday 9 Aug 2018 - (6247) The DJI Ronin-S is a highly compact and portable stabilisation system
- Tuesday 21 Aug 2018 - (979) Io 4K Plus: AJA's cutting edge HDR capable external I/O device (updated)
- Tuesday 21 Aug 2018 - (240) The Piano was a triumph of sound design
- Monday 20 Aug 2018 - (924) Once we lose our old technology, it may be gone forever
- Monday 20 Aug 2018 - (740) Will cloud archiving ever be a reality?
- Monday 20 Aug 2018 - (5322) Apple's 2018 MacBook Pro is the most powerful laptop it has made