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Shoot Review — Holophone H2-PRO 

Reviewer: Tom Patrick McAuliffe

Things just look better when they sound better. The adoption of 5.1 surround sound by broadcasters, audio recording engineers, and consumers has been...

NAB 06 

By Trevor Boyer, Barry Braverman, Dan Ochiva, Jan Ozer, Jem Schofield, and Jeff Sauer

Who knew the future of digital media involved so much window, er, booth shopping? Of course, educated tire kicking is the main reason everyone shows up at NAB...

Hands-on HVX 

By Barry Braverman

At NAB 2005, Panasonic security dutifully watched over a glass case that held The Camera. Such was the level of excitement and anticipation for clearly catered to dreamers and promised do it all, a true-high-definition modestly priced camcorder capable of shooting variable frame rates at 720p and 1080i resolutions — at 4:2:2, no less. The camera offered the tantalizing prospect of a $150,000 shooting package for a mere $6,000. ...

Shoot Review — VFGadgets.com Shooter Scooter 

Reviewer: Tom Patrick McAuliffe

It's a production gear cart and a pro dolly system rolled into one. The Shooter Scooter from Canada's VFGadgets.com ferries your gear and accommodates...

Lighting Live 

By Michael Goldman

When producers of The West Wing planned the live debate episode on NBC between fictional presidential candidates, they hired an Emmy-winning lighting...

Ready for a 4:4:4 World? 

By D. W. Leitner

According to Amnon Band, founder of BandPro Film & Digital, Burbank, Calif., it's a 4:4:4 world. That was the message delivered by representatives of...

Spider Cam 

By Michael Goldman

Martin Nicholas has upgraded his method for spying into the private world of rare spiders. In last year's PBS miniseries, Deep Jungle, the U.K.-based...

Nonlinear Acquisition 

By Simon Wyndham

Considering the number of years since editing systems became predominantly nonlinear, I find it fascinating that we are still using tape-based cameras and acquisition. There are, of course, very sound reasons why tape has been retained as an acquisition medium...

Shoot Review — Lectrosonics SM and UCR401 

By Tom Patrick McAuliffe

In my experience, wireless mic systems on the market today often come up short with substandard construction, RF and signal interference, and limited...

DI for a Geisha 

By Michael Goldman

Dion Beebe, ASC, recently emerged from the jungles of Uruguay, where he had been shooting Miami Vice for director Michael Mann, just in time to fly to Los Angeles from Miami for a one-day visit...

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