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Sony's HVR-Z7U and HVR-S270OU camcorders received kudos when they started delivering earlier this year, with features such as a trio of newly designed...

Shoot Tools: Panasonic 

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It caused a stir when it was shown at NAB 2008, and now Panasonic's P2-based AG-HPX170 handheld camcorder has a ship date (late September) and a final...

Shoot Tools: Cineform 

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While there are not yet many productions employing the JPEG 2000 spec, the advanced codec already has the Hollywood community behind it it's the standard...

Products: Ikonoskop 

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The Digital Negative (DNG), promulgated by Adobe, is an open, publicly available archival format for RAW files generated by digital cameras. The idea...

Products: Band Pro 

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As the economy tightens, pricey gear gets farther away from many a rental house's or production's budget. BandPro Film and Digital has one solution: lease....

Shoot Tools: DuetBreakout 

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A small company, DuetBreakout, built its own hand-crafted solution: Breakout. The box offers a more solid way to provide I/O for the Apogee Duet without the "rats' nest of cableage," as the company puts it. ...

Shoot Tools: Apogee Electronics 

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The Apogee Duet—a FireWire audio interface designed specifically for Mac computers—brings a quality, 2-channel, 24-bit/96kHz interface to a laptop or desktop. ...

Shoot Tools: Kodak 

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Shoot Tools: DXG 

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Soft-Touch collars are constructed of precisely engineered thermal composite, and they are UV- and rain-resistant....

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