At A Glance: Sennheiser MKH 8070 And MKH 8060
The long and the short—new shotgun microphones offer versatility and natural sonic performance
When it comes to providing rugged, great-sounding audio tools for pro users, Sennheiser is no newcomer, with a history spanning more than six decades.
Audio Assist: Roland R-44
Four-track recording in the field
I've been using my Canon EOS 7D with a microphone interface, but I need higher-quality recording to four tracks for an upcoming short film.
Small Sensors Still Thriving
Panasonic’s latest 1/3-inch AVC-INTRA and AVCCAM camcorders make their debut
Walking the floor at NAB 2011 was an eye-opening experience.
At A Glance: Petrol Cambio
A new convertible equipment bag/camera support system
Have you ever dreamed of lighter travel and a quicker setup? In an industry first, the new airline carry-on-approved Petrol Cambio offers a unique solution, combining a solid camera/equipment bag and capable tripod.
Taking advantage of new features in Avid’s Media Composer 5.5 and Pro Tools 9
As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention. Or, more prosaically, we often can extend our creative skills through access to slightly more advanced tools than those with which we're currently familiar.
The Sleeping Giant Awakens
At NAB 2011, Sony releases revolutionary new products, from consumer 3D to true 4K capture
In the evolving motion-picture production industry, we're living in radical times.
At A Glance: The LEDZILLA
Dedolight’s onboard LED light is designed for the cinematographer
The big difference between ENG-style camerawork and cinematography is that with ENG, you're usually recording reality, and with cinematography, you're trying to create a mood, typically with light.
The TriCaster 850 EXTREME from NewTek offers a full onsite production board and 3D animation system in a compact unit.