Technology & Computing

The modding ecosystem around the GoPro cameras is growing
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A new “hack” called “MegaLapse” has emerged for GoPro cameras to allow the cameras to shoot longer timelapse sequences than the cameras are capable of shooting in their vanilla state. It works with the GoPro HERO 3 Black, GoPro HERO 3+ Black and GoPro HERO 3+ Silver cameras
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There's a certain vintage type of sci fi movie which will, whenever it needs to indicate serious computing power, show us a room full of enormous tape decks, gently shuffling big reels of one-inch tape back and forth at the behest of a room-sized mainframe. Seems old fashioned, but tape is still now a modern, fast and extremely reliable medium.…
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 We've just heard that Apple is launching its new Mac Pro tomorrow. This is quite possibly the most important computer to burst onto the scene for the video community for at least a decade. Starting price: $2,999
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At typical domestic viewing distances, and with a typical (ie 55") sized screen, new tests have shown that you really can tell the difference between 4K and HD
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 It's fascinating and exciting to see real progress being made on the Apertus Axiom camera
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Wouldn't it have been fantastic if the Apollo astronauts had been able to take 4K cameras with them. If they went on a moon mission today, they undoubtedly would have. (Probably 3D as well!).
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This holiday we're re-running some of our most popular articles, in case you didn't see them the first time. Today: Someone asked us the other day whether it was safe to make a commercial production with Magic Lantern software running on a Canon EOS 5D mk III. There are several answers to this, and it's by no means certain that…
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Aimed very much at the live end of the market, PION's newly launched LiveScene could represent the tip of a whole new iceberg: live, realtime, GPU-based image processing.
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 At the recent Digital TV World Summit, Mark Harrison, Controller of Production for BBC North confirmed what pretty much the rest of the industry already knew: that in the UK at least Sky will be first out of the traps with a 4K service
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Did you know you can convert older tape-based HD cameras to a file-based recording system, very easily?
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