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Shoot Tools: Fujinon 

By Trevor Boyer

At the recent IBC show, Fujinon introduced new HD lenses designed for 1/2in. CCD cameras — which, at this point, means Sony's two XDCAM HD units. ...

Shoot Tools: 16x9 

By Trevor Boyer

The Bebob Box-FS is a mounting system for securing a FireStore FS-4 or FS-100 to the underside of a Panasonic HVX200 or certain DV/HDV camcorders. ...

Shoot Tools: Canon 

With these new HDV camcorders, Canon is building from two successful templates — the structure of its successful DV product line...

Shoot Tools: Telemetrics 

As camera technology gets cheaper, multicamera shoots for training, educational, and government video projects become more plausible...

Shoot Tools: Litepanels 

The Litepanels 1×1 light (it's 12"×12") is typically powered by an external 90-260VAC switching adapter, so a lithium-ion battery would do wonders for the flexibility and mobility of the LED light...

Shoot Tools: Sony 

ClearVid CMOS is the new chip that Sony developed for its latest 1080i HDV camcorder, the HVR-V1U, available in December. The three 1/4in....

Shoot Tools: Innovision Optics 

Those high POV shots usually cost a fortune to achieve. That's why Innovision has developed its Bird's Eye camera support column...

Shoot Tools: Shining Technology 

Competing against the likes of Focus Enhancements, Shining Technology offers up hard disk recording solutions ...

Sony’s New HVR-V1U: V for Victory of 24p 

D.W. Leitner

At long last, Sony has extended 24p to a Handycam-style camcorder that requires neither shoulder nor tripod. And while the debut of this new affordable — $4,800 list — 24p HDV Sony camcorder is banner news to those of us who shoot and produce small-format video, 24p is but one of a clutch of innovations that distinguishes what will come to be known as “the V1.”...

New Camplex HD System for MiniDV HD Camcorders 

Camplex Corp. will introduce a new product at IBC 2006, the new Pro-XHD camera control system....

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