Daily Archives: January 5, 2016

Panasonic: 4K camcorders for amateurs and professionals

Panasonic: 4K camcorders for amateurs and professionals

The two new camcorders introduced into Panasonic’s 4K Ultra High Definition line-up, HC-WXF991 and HC-VX981, build on the success of the company’s first 4K camcorders…

Panasonic launches a 100-400mm zoom for video and photography

Panasonic launches a 100-400mm zoom for video and photography

The new 100-400mm lens from Panasonic is designed to be silent, so it can be used in 4K video production. The lens, which offers the longest focal length for…

Canon Vixia HF G40: more professional features for amateurs

Canon Vixia HF G40: more professional features for amateurs

  The new Vixia HF G40 offers a HD CMOS PRO Image Sensor identic to the one found in Canon’s XA35 and XA30 professional camcorders, and features a genuine…

New SiMax battery doubles capacity over Li-ion

New SiMax battery doubles capacity over Li-ion

One of the problems designers face, when creating many of the wearable and portable devices so common today, is the dimension and weight of batteries used. Hitachi Maxell has the…

Samsung shows 2TB Portable SSD at CES 2016

Samsung shows 2TB Portable SSD at CES 2016

With the rise of 4K content, consumers are increasingly relying on external storage solutions, while seeking faster data transfer speeds and large capacity on multiple devices. The Samsung Portable SSD…

Spotlight: Tom McArdle

Spotlight: Tom McArdle

Listen in as this acclaimed editor speaks to the technique and craft behind this celebrated new film…

Motion blur in Final Cut Pro X – via Motion

Motion blur in Final Cut Pro X – via Motion

This week on MacBreak Studio, I show Steve Martin from Ripple Training how you can create realistic motion blur right inside of Final Cut Pro X – thanks to my…