It won’t be long before SSDs replace all spinning hard disc drives in all but very high-capacity, bulk data storage.
The efficiency of game engines in processing polygons and assets is enabling a live VFX option from feature films to live broadcasters; let the games begin
Audiences across the EU will lose out substantially if the European Commission presses ahead with plans to erode the territorial exploitation of film and television rights, a new report released today at the Festival de Cannes international film festival reveals.
Canon has launched their EOS-1D X Mark II DSLR but what does that mean to videographers?
The 360Fly camera is another new entrant in to the VR consumer space. This one follows the now usual ovoid shape with 360˚ fisheye lens on top, 'spacey' looking body and for this model a microphone that looks like an after thought (see above). But its simplicity and relative cheapness ($400) might be points in its favour.
Shot on the new iPhone 6s Plus but with all sorts of 'proper' gear.
GoPro today announced their next marketing strategy which isn't a camera but a stills and video clip library with the launch of their premium content licensing portal for global advertising brands and agencies to license premiere video and images.
Panasonic has unveiled its new 20 MegaPixel LUMIX DMC-GX8 interchangeable lens camera with 4k video at 24/25p and a 100mbits/s data rate
According to Futuresource Consulting's Convergence in Pro Video report, European shipments of DSLRs into professional video applications dropped by 41% in 2014.
For summer Panasonic are, in varying degrees, discounting both cameras, amongst others. The GH4 has a £100 cashback if you buy one between today, 25 June and September 7. Included in this promotion is also Panasonic’s first communication camera, the DMC-CM1 with £50 cashback. The camera shoots in 4K, 20MP and has a 1 inch sensor.
Apple also updated the iMac with Retina 5K Display – which I’m going to call a 5k display or they’ll throw me out of the Pedants’ Club.
At first glance the new 15” MacBook Pro with Retina display seems to be a fairly minor tweak to the older model, but some of the more nerdy changes under the hood make a big difference.