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It’s shiny, it’s powerful, and it looks like it could shred a pound of cheddar in the time it takes to say “Afterburner”. But is it too expensive? I don’t think so.
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LTO is suffering from shortages right now, and it's all to do with patent law suits. This is not good news if you value your data right now.
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With our review of the Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 forthcoming, here our are first impressions and a little background to the camera.
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These cameras were way ahead of their time, but have been consigned to history. Phil Rhodes continues his examination of cameras that really should have been much more successful, but that had their light extinguished almost before they were a blink in the eye of a photon.
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Now that all cameras are capable of exceptional pictures, how do we go about defining what the best tool for the job actually is?
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HDR is a whole new world for both consumers and professionals alike. In this interview with senior colourist Toby Tomkins from Cheat, he sheds light on the current state of play when grading HDR, and how the Dolby Vision system affects grades.
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The Panasonic S1H has grabbed all the attention in the last few days, but it should not be forgotten that the S1 is also receiving a major upgrade via firmware. Richard Payne takes a look at what it has to offer.
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RED has announced a new kit based on the company's GEMINI sensor, giving shooters a complete system for a wide variety of circumstances.
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Resist the temptation to make future predictions based upon current technology.
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HDR is the biggest advance in video since color TV. Everyone can use it now, and perhaps everyone should.
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As if the announcements from Apple weren't enough, Blackmagic Design has announced a new 8K version of the Teranex Mini, and it's fully compatible with the new Apple XDR monitor allowing it to be used as a colour critical reference device.
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