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Is your camera WorldCam & CineCam too?

Is your camera WorldCam & CineCam too?

In past articles, I have praised the benefits of WorldCams, especially for independent producers and camera operators. Unlike with a segregated camera, which is limited either to only NTSC-derived…

DMC-FZ2500 — the worldcam camera/camcorder that fell through the cracks

DMC-FZ2500 — the worldcam camera/camcorder that fell through the cracks

I don’t know how it happened, but no one from ProVideo Coalition has covered the quite compelling Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2500 worldcam camera/camcorder until now. I am quite…

Is the Canon EOS M50 worldcam in the US? Yes or no?

Is the Canon EOS M50 worldcam in the US? Yes or no?

When I first covered the Canon EOS M50 in Blackmagic “Pocket” Cinema Camera 4K vs competition: Canon, JVC, Panasonic and Sony (link ahead) in April 2018, all available published information…

NewTek announces PTZ NDI worldcam camera & much more

NewTek announces PTZ NDI worldcam camera & much more

Previously, I have covered NewTek’s NDI standard which I call the new lingua franca among broadcast brands. Today, NewTek has officially unveiled NDI version 3.0, together with a…

TriCaster TC1: 4K UHD, IP-centric & worldcam friendly even in US

TriCaster TC1: 4K UHD, IP-centric & worldcam friendly even in US

NewTek has just launched the new TriCaster TC1. For those unfamiliar, TriCaster is a “studio in a box” device, which combines an audio/video mixer (aka “switcher”), character generator, video…

Why we should only use worldcams

Why we should only use worldcams

In a recent article, I covered the differences between the words camera, camcorder, streamcorder and worldcam. Fortunately, there are now many excellent worldcam models to consider, from a few hundred…

Sony’s FS100 camera to become worldcam; via free firmware update

Sony’s FS100 camera to become worldcam; via free firmware update

Sony USA has just officially announced that the (so-far) segregated 59.94Hz FS100 camera (officially known as the NEX-FS100, often followed by a regional suffix, and then sometimes…

What’s missing from the new full-frame Panasonic Lumix cameras?

What’s missing from the new full-frame Panasonic Lumix cameras?

Many videographers are excited about the new full-frame Panasonic Lumix DC-S1 and DC-S1R cameras, without noticing a few key features that are unfortunately missing in them, but…

Compare: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2500 and JVC GY-HC500 1” type 4K cameras

Compare: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2500 and JVC GY-HC500 1” type 4K cameras

I am intrigued to compare these two 1” type 4K cameras/camcorders. They share the same sensor size, same maximum aperture at both extremes of the permanent zoom, and virtually…

HTTPS websites and PAL, the analog TV system: their numeric relationship

HTTPS websites and PAL, the analog TV system: their numeric relationship

Since 2014, I have covered the importance and methods to have forced secure HTTPS on websites. Since 2008 in ProVideo Coalition in English —and much earlier in Castilian, I have…