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Featured Articles
The NAB Interviews: Doug Jensen on the Sony PMW-160 and PMW-200
Shawn Lam and Doug Jensen discuss two new models in Sony's PMW camcorder line (that previously brought you the popular EX1 and EX3), the PMW-160 and its larger stablemate the PMW-200, and discuss the cameras' new 4:2:2 codec, recording media, and noise-handling features.
The NAB Interviews: Blackmagic Design's Stuart Ashton on the ATEM Production Studio 4k
Shawn Lam discusses the new ATEM Production Studio 4K and 6Gb SDI with Blackmagic Design's Stuart Ashton an NAB 2013.
Review: Vinten Vision blue Tripods--UPDATED with New Interview on Vinten blueBridge from NAB 2013
Infinite counterbalance control is what differentiates the Vinten Vision blue line of tripods from its competitors. Here's a look at the latest additions to the line, with tips on balancing, counterbalancing, and choosing the right-payload tripod for your camera and accessories.
HD Field Recorders for Live Production--UPDATED!
Now featuring a new interview from NAB 2013 on the Sound Devices Pix240i, this article looks at a handful of portable and rackmount external video recorders for live HD production, specifically in the role of recording the master program feed from a live switch.
The NAB Interviews: Shawn Lam and Canon's Jon Sagud Discuss the Canon XA25
In the first installment of Streaming Media's NAB 2013 Interviews, Shawn Lam and Jon Sagud discuss the Canon XA25, the new $2700 compact pro camcorder unveiled by Canon at this year's show.
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Kappa Studios Accelerates Post-Production for Annoying Orange with All-Adobe Workflow
Kappa Studios switches from Avid to an all-Adobe workflow for the production of Cartoon Network's new hit show Annoying Orange.
 
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