Production

Whichever way you measure it, North Korea is a strange place. It's just about the word's last hardline communist state, and yet it borders South Korea, one of the world's most prosperous and technology-savvy countries. Don't be misled by the apparent normality of this. Pyongyang is more like a film set than a real, bustling and cosmopolitan capital city
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This is the first footage from Sony's 20 Megapixel 4K-upgradble XDCAM
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Atomos has announced a new $995 price point for its Samurai Blade, reckoning that with both of its HDMI and SDI monitor/recorders now under $1000 the days are numbered for monitors that don't record or playback.
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 Great-looking first footage from Blackmagic's URSA
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A completely different approach to making a car advertisement
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There are a number of rigging systems out there for small form-factor cameras from any number of companies both big and boutique, but Red Rock Micro’s cool approach to creating a unique, compact rig for a compact camera is utterly genius.
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This summer we're re-running some of our most popular articles - just in case you didn't see them first time. Here's Phil Rhode's look at how to understand Waveform and Vector displays
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We’re in a really odd place at the moment in the evolution of camcorders. Nothing seems straightforward any more
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 Here's how far you can go without using CGI!
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Most of us just want to take care of our cameras. And one way definitely not to do that is to duct-tape your shooting-device to the wheel of your car...
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Do you think smaller apertures always lead to sharper images? Think again, as explained by Hollywood cinematographer Barry Braverman.
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