As a pre-Christmas promotion, Holdan is offering an exclusive incentive to Panasonic customers: purchase a new AG-HMC81 production kit from any participating dealer before 22nd December and claim a free Blu-ray recorder with 250Gb storage.
Skillset is giving 60 trainee-level film crew a unique opportunity to gain experience on major UK film productions through the new Film Craft and Technical Trainee Placement Scheme.
Grass Valley has launched EDIUS Neo 3 with increased speed, wider format support, and improved system efficiency and the ability to work with video formats up to 1080 50/60p resolution.
UK company Stemmer Imaging has launched a compact new low cost, high definition board camera for broadcast use. Measuring 42 x 42 x 34mm and weighing just 40g, this high performance camera can be readily mounted in awkward positions or on moving objects.
Petrol Bags has introduced the new Deca Campack Plus carrier for on-the-move camera work when travel and hiking to locations is required.
Two thousand, six hundred and seventy two. That's how many film clips were shot for the last feature film we edited - and that was a low budget production on a limited shooting schedule.
Multi-platinum award winning songstress Kelis has launched a 3D inspired video track for her new single 'Scream'. Taken from her current album 'Flesh Tone', Scream was directed by fashion photographer Rankin and shot using 3d production company Inition. The video features Kelis jogging in slow motion on a treadmill through a north London estate wearing various couture outfits.
Kata – makers of lightweight protection for cameras – has launched a winter cashback offer, meaning savings of up to £35 on the full range of Kata products.
RED’s new HDR approach could just impress you. (image: http://www.redgrabs.com/up/1286274050.jpg)
Over at red.com, the company’s founder, eccentric billionaire Jim Jannard has shown some new results that could justify his company’s endless delays in bringing their Epic and Scarlet lines to market.
Games and visual effects experts have until 29 October to help inform an independent review into how to provide the skills that Britain’s video games and visual effects businesses need.