Production

NAB is a monster of a show. It's the biggest convention worldwide for Film and TV technology. We're here in Las Vegas in force this year to bring the big stories - and the small ones. Here's Matt's advice on what not to miss
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Unless you’ve contributed video to a stock video company, then you probably won’t have given much thought to how it actually works. And even if you have, the chances are that you won’t have considered different ways in which your relationship to the stock company might be framed.
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When you push the boundries of technological progress it stands to reason that more than a few ideas will fail to catch on. Camera history is full of examples of devices that for whatever reason faded into obscurity. In the first of a multi-part series, and with NAB just around the corner, Phil Rhodes takes a look at cameras and…
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The new Shogun 7 is the company's first absolutely true HDR display/recorder, and that's not the only trick up its sleeve. This is another game changer.
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Canon is having a very active build up to NAB, with its latest announcement introducing the new Sumire Primes; PL-mount, full-frame Compact Cine Primes with what’s billed as a new creative cinematic look.
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Blackmagic Design Desktop Video 11.1 is now available for download for users of Blackmagic Design video cards.
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The new Fujinon lenses are all set for the full-frame age with a hugely versatile coverage of the most used focal lengths. By Mart Goossens
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The Ninja V recorder/monitor has a fast expansion port. A perfect use for this is the newly announced SDI module. Read about it below. 
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One Canon EOS R and one very hot desert. A recipe for disaster, or proof of the camera's capabilities? Brett Danton tells us what it's like to literally hot foot it around making a BTS segment using just an EOS R and an Atomos Ninja V.
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We have a problem. The progress at which editing computers are developing and increasing in speed isn't necessarily keeping pace with the ever increasing resolutions of video. Will we ever reach a perfect nirvana of truly affordable computers that can handle 8K and above with ease when CPU speeds have seemingly stalled?
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Canon certainly hasn't held back on announcements today with five new 4K camcorders, two new lenses, and some new firmware for its 4K production displays.
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