Canon develops lightweight 4K projector

Paving the way to enter the 4K projector market in 2016, Canon is developing a new projector capable of displaying video and still images at a resolution of 4096 x 2400 pixels.
Written by  |  September 2, 2015
Equipped with a high-definition 4096 x 2400 pixel LCOS (Liquid Crystal On Silicon) panel, the new projector within the REALiS series (named Power Projector and XEED in other regions) offers a level of resolution that surpasses the 4096 x 2160...

Before you rush out to buy V-Log L for your GH4... might just want to see what it does.
Written by  |  September 1, 2015

Panasonic has announced price and availabiility of the V-Log L upgrade for the DMC-GH4: US$99.99 (or €99 or £79), mid-September (though at present you can save a whopping 4¢ pre-ordering from B&H instead). There will also be a DMC-GH4R with V-Log L built in and the removal of the 30-minute recording limit in EU countries; it's supposed to ship 7 September for £1199 in the UK, according to dpreview.

With IBC 2015 just around the corner, we’re gearing up to showcase technologies and developments that are set to take center stage at the show. One of those developments is from a company called fayteq, and they’re focused on creating technologies that enable fast digital camera tracking, automation of...

The new Ninja Assassin from Atomos combines professional 4K/HD recording with 7" 1920x1080 monitoring

The only true 10-bit 4:2:2 professional recording solution for Apple, AVID & Adobe workflows
Written by  |  September 1, 2015
Atomos is having quite the year. 2015 has already seen them bolster their support for high-end cinema while also fully supporting products like the Canon...

A 3.2 Gigapixel camera for the stars

The world’s most powerful digital camera will reveal new details of the universe and help unravel some of its greatest mysteries.
Written by  |  September 1, 2015
The camera that will be the eye of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) received green light and construction will start soon. When ready, it will create movies of the sky with unprecedented details. The Department of Energy has approved the start of...

Thunderbolt 2 NAS with dual 10GbE ports

If you need 4k video playback and on-the-fly editing, the new QNAP TVS-871T NAS is for you. It offers Thunderbolt 2 and 10GbE dual network.
Written by  |  September 1, 2015
The Thunderbolt 2 Turbo vNAS TVS-871T is, according to QNAP Systems, the world's first DAS/NAS/iSCSI SAN triple solution that wields the incredible power of Thunderbolt 2 to double the speed potential to 20Gb/s, enabling simultaneous 4K video transfer and display. It is...

A reportage lens with revolutionary technology

The new Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L II USM gives professionals the choice lens for reportage while introducing technology to drastically reduce chromatic aberration.
Written by  |  August 31, 2015
    The Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L II USM, successor to the legendary EF 35mm f/1.4L USM, from 1998, is the world’s first lens to feature Canon’s newly developed Blue Spectrum Refractive optics (BR optics) – ensuring sensational image...

QuickRelease One: universal quick release

New from Edelkrone, the QuickRelease One brings compatibility between all devices, something not possible for decades. Switch your camera from a tripod to a jib in 3 seconds.
Written by  |  August 30, 2015
If you change regularly the support under your camera and have dreamt of a solution to the multiple plates used and the difficulty to get supports from different brands to work together, even if there are some industry standards that everybody mentions in...

Blackmagic's Fusion 8 Beta for Mac and Windows is available to download. This being the first time Blackmagic's Fusion operating on a Mac.


Affinity Photo has a free trial version

Serif released a 10 day trial of Affinity Photo, their photo editor launched this Summer for Mac, presented as an alternative to Photoshop.
Written by  |  August 27, 2015
Since its launch this Summer, Affinity Photo became one of the hottest photography editors available on the market. Sold for $49,99, “no subscription”, as Serif states, the program was well received, has been rated 5-star by many customers and now...
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