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The art of making lighting work: Part 2

TV lighting and studio consultant Angus M Clarke sheds some light on the South African and African lighting design industries, and touches on what we’re doing right and what we lack...

Xytech expands transmission services with launch of new division

Xytech has announced the launch of a Broadcast Services Division to address the rapidly changing needs of global video transmission services...

Cine Photo Tools offers users a DJI Phantom 2 and H3-3D Gimbal kit special

Videographers and photographers looking to expand on their shooting capabilities can benefit from a product offer by Cine Photo Tools, a combination of the advanced DJI H3-3D gimbal with the DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter, which it is designed to fit...

Apple ProRes 4444 XQ codec increases capacity for effects and grading

When it comes to the professional world, Apple is a bit manic. They certainly confuse their loyal followers; first they delayed the release of the anticipated desktop Mac Pro, and then inexplicably killed off their pro photo software Aperture...

Multicam sitcom shoot

Disney’s Pair of Kings is an unusual multi-camera series - filled with incredible battles and amazing stunts as well as special effects and "lots of really funny stuff,’ according to...

3D doc reaches peak

Die Huberbuam made broadcast history as the first stereoscopic 3D documentary to air in Germany. The film follows brothers Alexander and Thomas Huber, the world’s foremost extreme speed mountain climbers, as they ascend Loferer Alm in Germany.

AJA announces free software v13 for KONA, Io and T-TAP

AJA Video Systems unveiled Desktop Software v13 for its KONA, Io and T-TAP families of video and audio input/output devices...

Kinsky powers latest project with Anton/Bauer

With 18 years of experience in cinematography and still photography, Danna Kinsky is always on the hunt for the next interesting feature film...

Transvideo to launch new StarliteRF-a wireless monitor with ARRI camera control

The StarliteRF-a is a variation of Transvideo's 5'' Oled wireless monitor-recorder with advanced features for remote control of ARRI's Alexa-Mini and AMIRA cameras...

1st handheld cameras to support AVC-Intra codecs

The high-performance AG-HPX255/HPX250 P2 handheld camera recorders fill out the P2HD series by incorporating the newest technologies throughout - in the lens, camera and recorder sections...
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