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Though the price performance trends in HDV and other affordable HD formats have been remarkable, none of these ground-breaking options are truly inexpensive. Enter the new Sony HDR-HC3 HDV 1080i Handycam camcorder at $1399....

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Since 1997, Focus Enhancements has racked up a number of technological firsts. The company's direct to edit (DTE) technology allows simultaneous recording...

Focus On Affordable HD: JVC GY-HD250  

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In November 2006, I embarked on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to northern India to shoot second unit and behind-the-scenes for Wes Anderson's new movie, The Darjeeling Limited...

XDCAM on High Seas 

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To discuss one of the most grueling early field applications of Sony’s XDCAM HD PDW-F350 system, HD Focus recently sat down with digital filmmaker Robin D. Berg, president of Berg Entertainment International (BEI), to discuss his team’s workflow using the camera to capture adventure sequences for the Outdoor Channel series, Speargun Hunter....

V for Victory 

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It sounded easy enough. Take three of Sony’s brand-new XDCAM HD PDW-F350 camcorders to Alaska to shoot a documentary on the 2006 Iditarod, The Last Great Race! First scene: four-time champion Martin Buser working his dogs one last time before the start. (Read about Falstad and other filmmakers and NAB-goers at NABlog) ...

First-hand HDV 

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Information Technology, a tempest borne of the times we live in, is tearing roofs off traditional production practices, rattling foundations of postproduction...

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