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  • Standing Thing Review: The VARIDESK
    When adding a standing desk isn't an option
    by Scott Simmons  |  March 28, 2015
    Standing desks are all the rage these days. Especially since it has been determined by scientists and studies everywhere that...
  • Canon at NAB 2015: the 4K Invasion
    Rumours suggest a new Cxxx Cinema EOS will be shown at NAB Show 2015. Granted, Canon will have a full line of 4K solutions featured in Las Vegas, from software to hardware.
    by Jose Antunes  |  March 28, 2015
    Canon will showcase its full line of professional, high definition imaging equipment for motion picture, television production, video content creation and still photography. Canon’s interactive booth demonstrations will be a huge part of the company’s...
  • New Workflow for Client Review
    Wipster.IO: An In Depth Look
    by Dorian Heller  |  January 9, 2015
    A year ago, sharing review videos for my clients meant a password protected Vimeo link and an email with the link and password to access. It also meant the client watched the video, and then emailed back a list of changes, perhaps with timecode marks, although sometimes not. In many cases, my...
  • Review: Átomos Spyder monitor calibration system
    Quickly and easily calibrated to Rec 709 from Mac or Windows.
    by Allan Tépper  |  October 23, 2014
    Last year I published a short article when Átomos announced its Spyder monitor calibration system. Now I am privileged to have received one to review. With it, we can quickly and easily calibrate any...
  • Canon: 4K Camera Appears in China
    With the rumours of a 4K camera for NAB 2015 growing up, Canon announces they’re the “Number One” in the global interchangeable-lens digital camera market for the 12th consecutive year. In China they showed a 4K concept camera.
    by Jose Antunes  |  March 26, 2015
    Images from a presentation said to be of the new 4K camera from Canon that in April will be launched at NAB 2015, in Las Vegas, are available online since...
  • A Different Light: Gamma-Corrected Compositing
    A simple introduction to gamma-corrected compositing.
    by Chris and Trish Meyer  |  December 1, 2004
    The image on the left is a normal computer...
  • by Chris and Trish Meyer  |  January 18, 2000
    It would seem like a simple concept: "black" is the darkest color you can have; "white" is the brightest color. However, not all video hardware and software think this way. Quite often, systems can go "darker" than black and "brighter" than white, allowing safety margins for certain situations. This means that some systems uses...
  • by PVC News Staff  |  March 25, 2015
    SmallHD, known for pioneering compact, high definition field monitors, announces the first product in its innovative new 500 Series of 5-inch Full HD on-camera monitors, the 502. Based on a brand new...