Thursday 01 Feb 2018
Panasonic AU-EVA1 - a grand unboxing [video]
RedShark loves a good present, so why not take a look at our grand unboxing of a rather lovely Panasonic AU-EVA1 in this video.
Tuesday 13 Mar 2018
How to build an effective back-up system
Save yourself from high blood pressure by following these handy tips on building an effective and secure backup system for your footage.
Wednesday 07 Mar 2018
In 2019 you'll be able to get a 4G signal on the moon
4G on the moon? If Elon Musk's rocket makes a successful mission in 2019, we'll soon all be able to get a live stream direct from our closest celestial body.
Tuesday 20 Feb 2018
Everything you need to know about colour resolution
The limitations of human vision and how we see colour are actually an advantage when it comes to storing video. Phil Rhodes demystifies the confusing world of colour subsampling.
Friday 16 Mar 2018
CGI can make duvets as well as war machines
Sometimes the most difficult things to model in CGI are seemingly the most simple. Here's a great example of CGI that really fools the eye with its realism.
Monday 15 Jan 2018
Rokinon releases 14mm F2.8 AF prime for Canon EF mount
Rokinon launches a new 14mm F2.8 ultra-wide full-frame auto-focus lens for Canon’s EF mount less than three months after introducing its 35mm F1.4 AF full-frame for Sony’s E mount.
Friday 26 Jan 2018
Bringing motion to timelapse - Syrp Genie & Genie Mini Kit Review
In this weeks video Simon Chmiewliski from OnBrand Films reviews his experience when using the Syrp Genie and Genie Mini on a timelapse shoot.
Tuesday 13 Mar 2018
The Arri 35II: the camera that defined a generation of film directors
It was the camera that defined Kubrick, and that allowed a whole new wave of directors to create their visions with faster, creative shooting. The Arri 35 II.
Wednesday 31 Jan 2018
DIY SOS: an emergency camera battery pack for the remotest shoots
Stuck for power in a remote location? Craig Marshall outlines a potential solution that can power any pro camera with a 4-pin DC XLR socket.
Friday 09 Mar 2018
Eye tracking is here and is set to transform the VR experience
Eye tracking is will likely become standard for new headsets in the coming year. What does that mean for VR content creators?
Friday 19 Jan 2018
The 4K spy in the sky
It's either a great leap forward that will be an invaluable resource to future generations or the start of a dystopian surveillance nightmare: either way the launch of Earth-i’s prototype satellite promises 4K footage from space.
Tuesday 23 Jan 2018
Review: The Storyteller's Dilemma by Louis Hernandez Jr.
Being the Chairman and CEO of Avid gives Louis Hernandez Jr. quite a bit of visibility into the media industry. In 'The Storyteller's Dilemma he describes the effects that technology has had on the industry as a whole. It's an informative read.
Monday 12 Mar 2018
How to stay ahead: embrace new technology early [Opinion]
Opinion: Why resist new technology when you can embrace it and reap the rewards from it?
Monday 05 Mar 2018
Saving your data from oblivion is getting easier
Preserving our footage and data in the long term is a big concern. But is it a genuine concern, or is data preservation actually becoming easier?
Monday 05 Feb 2018
Why doesn't your video play smoothly?
It's subtle, but once you see it you can't unsee it. Subframe jitter causes unnatural motion, and you could be fooled into thinking it's your equipment at fault. But it isn't an easy problem to solve.
Monday 26 Feb 2018
Is this the most versatile SFX gadget ever made?
It's been used for decades to create all sorts of practical effects. Phil Rhodes celebrates the Le Maitre Mini Mist fog machine.
Monday 12 Mar 2018
In the future all our computing will be done over 5G
We all know that 5G for all is on the very near horizon, but as recently shown manufacturers believe that the technology will be much more than 4G on steroids, and could in fact completely change the way we do our computing forever.
Tuesday 20 Mar 2018
Your lens choice is as important as an artists choice of brush
Cinematographers will often have a favourite lens or set of lenses that gives them the look they are after. With the demand for vintage lenses, Adam Hamer postulates whether the glass in front of your camera is the cinematography equivilent of a an artists paintbrush.
Friday 02 Mar 2018
Top tips for being more creative with dialogue shots
Dialogue scenes might not seem to offer many creative opportunities. But nothing could be further from the truth. Read on for some top tips on how to spruce up your dialogue scenes.
Monday 19 Mar 2018
How safe is our history?
It isn’t just simple archiving and back-up that we need to worry about when it comes to our data? Could our entire modern history be wiped out in one go?
- Sunday 18 Mar 2018 - (33951) This may be the most important lesson about colour you'll ever see
- Sunday 11 Mar 2018 - (31041) How To Edit. Part 1: Preparation
- Wednesday 14 Mar 2018 - (28087) Opinion: Will all cameras eventually have to have Global Shutters?
- Wednesday 14 Mar 2018 - (5227) Four techniques that are certain to revolutionise cameras
- Wednesday 7 Mar 2018 - (4860) Roger Deakins finally just won an Oscar. Here's his story
- Tuesday 20 Mar 2018 - (836) This amazing music video shows industrial robots as you've never seen them before
- Tuesday 20 Mar 2018 - (973) Resolution: We discuss Pixel Power with RED's Graeme Nattress
- Tuesday 20 Mar 2018 - (1164) Your lens choice is as important as an artists choice of brush
- Monday 19 Mar 2018 - (879) Nominate your favourite products for the NAB RedShark Awards
- Monday 19 Mar 2018 - (2720) Sigma Cine Lenses could be the perfect match of price point and performance [Review]