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By Kristinha M. Anding

When Mimi Dow found herself coping with a breast cancer diagnosis 14 years ago, she realized her doctors were ill-equipped to offer her and other survivors...

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At NAB 2007, new digital cinema cameras ruled the show floor. Like everything else in the digital world, these high-res...

NAB 2007 

By D. W. Leitner and Dan Ochiva

In my millimeter coverage of last year's NAB 2006, Cameras and Other Driving Forces, I divided the massive show into four vectors of interest: cameras,...

Shoot Expertise: Charting the Course  

By Barry Braverman

There is probably little in our world less sexy than a camera reference chart. Its arcane layout of patterns and shapes interspersed with swatches of...

Shoot Review: Sony HVR-V1U, Part 2 

Reviewer: D.W. Leitner

In my last review of Sony's 3-CMOS HVR-V1U, I sketched the V1's pedigree, layout, operation,...

Shoot Review: Manfrotto 501 head and 351MVB2 tripod 

Reviewer: Jan Ozer

You can easily find a Manfrotto 501 series head and 351MVB2 two-stage aluminum tripod for less than $400 retail, which makes the combination twice the...

Mark In 

Should your future production plans include video for the Web? The necessary high-speed connections will be there. According to recent Nielsen//NetRatings...

Looking Ahead to the HPX500 

By Darroch Greer

As discussed at its NAB press conference, Panasonic is laboring hard to promote the maturation of its P2 solid state memory card technology, and its line of camcorders designed to incorporate P2 cards into major production pipelines, particularly under grueling conditions....

Shoot Review: Sony HVR-V1U  

Reviewer: D.W. Leitner

In my review of the Sony HVR-V1U camcorder last September, I discussed in detail the technical features of Sony's breakthrough 3-CMOS 24p HDV camcorder...

Bad. Ugly. Good. 

By Trevor Boyer

Good things come to those who wait well, that and persevere. Rapper Consequence is no stranger to this concept. As a teenage affiliate of seminal '90s...

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