Offering the benefits of faster, file-based P2 HD workflows, the AG-HPX250 P2 camcorder is the first handheld camera from Panasonic to feature native 10-bit, 4:2:2, independent-frame, 1920x1080-resolution, AVC-Intra recording for high-quality compression and ease of editing.
An X-citing New Camera
P+S Technik’s PS-Cam X35 offers high-speed digital shooting
The year 2011 represents an interesting time for narrative filmmakers.
Sound To Vision
Audio giants THX and Dolby get into the professional monitor business
It’s often surprising, with the best will and intention, how trusting we can become.
Known for its fluid heads, OConnor releases innovative DSLR and compact digital camcorder accessories for the professional shooter
The OConnor name connotes quality gear, albeit high-end and high-cost, normally supporting large, heavy camera systems where innovation is paramount and cost is relative, thus justified.
Speed, Power & Portability
Fastec’s TS3Cine looks to make high-speed imaging accessible
Digital HD imaging has spoiled us, frankly.
Essential audio tools for getting in close
Ultradirectional shotgun microphones have been an essential part of capturing audio for film and video for more than a half century, and they have come a long way, baby.
New Gear To Give You An Edge
The Glyph Triplicator connects to a Mac or PC via eSATA, FireWire or USB, providing a seamless way to simultaneously make multiple identical data copies, and now offers the ability to "remount" a previous Triplicator drive set.
Bridging the gap between highly specific fast frame-rate cameras and all-in-one systems useful for more typical shooting