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Reviewing Sony HVR-V1U HDV Camcorder: Part 3 

In this edition, I look into the V1's audio capabilities, its I/O, and some of its special features. I conclude with an in-depth summary of my findings from the entire review....

Canon's XH A1 is "On Pointe" for the Reston Conservatory Ballet 

The Reston Conservatory Ballet’s latest production of The Nutcracker Suite was captured in stunning high-definition clarity using the Canon XH A1 HD camcorder....

Reviewing Sony HVR-V1U HDV Camcorder: Part 2 

By Steve Mullen

Part 2 of the Sony HVR-V1U HDV Camcorder review explores its image settings and shooting controls....

Matrox Announces Matrox RT.X2 SD Editing Platform 

Matrox Video Products Group announced the Matrox RT.X2 SD realtime editing platform, designed for corporate communicators, event videographers, project studios, educational facilities, and digital filmmakers delivering their projects in SD...

CineForm supports Blackmagic Intensity for Realtime Recording into CineForm Intermediate Codec 

CineForm announced that all of its software products now support direct-to-disk recording into professional-quality CineForm Intermediate files from HDMI video sources using the Intensity card from Blackmagic Design...

Reviewing Sony HVR-V1U HDV Camcorder 

By Steve Mullen

Sony shooters have long wanted an HDV camcorder that records 24p video. In December 2006, Sony began shipping the Region 60 HVR-V1U HDV camcorder. The V1 is relatively small and lightweight: 12.8"x7.2"x5.2i" and 3.6lbs. The MSRP for the HVR-V1 is $4,890.00...

Canon's XH A1 HD Camcorder Reports for Duty 

Jeffrey Kramer, Director of Video Production for Kramer Communications will use the new Canon XH A1 high-definition camcorder to document the rigorous six-week training program for new recruits of the Iraqi Police Force....

Beyond HDV: The New MPEG-2 Cameras, Part 2 

By Steve Mullen

In this edition, I discuss some of the editing issues associated with the HD Everio, focusing specifically on high-def DVD archiving and playback, and we'll take a quick look at Sony's AVCHD-based offerings....

Sony Z1U Has Recurring Role as Secondary Camera in Major Productions 

Seeking a tool that would meet director Clint Eastwood’s requirements — a robust, unobtrusive camera that could run for extended periods of time — DP Tom Stern discovered that Sony’s HVR-Z1U HDV camcorder (the Z1) fit the bill perfectly. ...

Telecast Works with JVC to Supply Plug-and-Play Fiber Interface for GY-HD250U  

Telecast Fiber Systems announced that it has collaborated with JVC Professional Product Company to qualify a high-quality and economical fiber solution along with the company's newly introduced GY-HD250U camcorder, part of the JVC ProHD line. Together, the JVC HD camcorder and Telecast CopperHead fiber interface bring professional quality, at an unmatched price point, to HD studio acquisition and other fixed and mobile applications. ...

Beyond HDV: The New MPEG-2 Cameras, Part 1 

By Steve Mullen

The JVC GZ-HD7 (MSRP of $1,799.95) is a small, lightweight camcorder that features a three-CCD imaging system. Each 16:9 CCD has 570,000 elements, delivering a 976x548 array of pixels each time the chips are read out. ...

Contest-Winning Commercial Shot with JVC HD100 Airs During Super Bowl 

Five Point Productions’ “Live the Flavor” 30-second spot is a winner of the Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" contest, which aired during the Super Bowl. Shooting with the JVC ProHD HD100 camcorder, producer Dale Backus completed the commercial in just four days....

Waterman Broadcasting uses JVC ProHD cameras for affiliates' ENG 

JVC Professional Products Company announced that Waterman Broadcasting in Fort Myers, Fla., is extremely pleased with the performance of the ProHD cameras for field news acquisition for the company’s ABC and NBC affiliate stations. ...

Blackmagic Design Announces Immediate Availability of DeckLink HD Studio  

Blackmagic Design Inc. announced that DeckLink HD Studio, the world's first capture and playback card to support both HDMI and analog component video, is now available to customers worldwide....

Full HD and De-interlacing, Part 2 

By Steve Mullen

Part two of Full HD and De-interlacing describes several different methods of de-interlacing and resumes the Full HD marketing program discussion started in part one....

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