Speed, Power & Portability Fastec’s TS3Cine looks to make high-speed imaging accessible
Digital HD imaging has spoiled us, frankly.
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.
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.
Action Shooters Part 1 Capturing the thrills and adventures from the latest nonfiction reality television shows
"Right over there!" The van veers hard as it rounds the corner. I brace my legs to stay balanced while struggling to hold my camera steady.
At A Glance: Nikon D7000 Incredible low-light sensitivity and full 1080p with the new entry in Nikon’s line of video-capable DSLRs
Nikon was the very first company to offer video capabilities in a still camera with the historic D90 DSLR, which was followed shortly thereafter by Canon, who upped the ante from 720p to 1080p with the EOS 5D Mark II.
What Do You Have in Stock? Top stock-footage firms and their shooters sound off on why the content business is booming
As we’re living in the age of recycling and reducing our carbon footprint, people are trying to find new ways to use and reuse everything from old cell phones to yard clippings.
Bridging The Gap Panasonic’s new AG-AF100 defines a common ground between camcorders and HD DSLRs
In 2010, HD DSLRs graduated from weapon of choice for no-budget indie filmmakers to an option that almost everyone seemed to be experimenting with.
First Look: Sony PMW-F3 Sony introduces a compact camcorder with a Super 35mm sensor and professional features
Since its announcement, the majority of camcorder bloggers have been referring to the new Sony PMW-F3 as the newest “RED Killer.”
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