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Sony PDW-F800 Review 

By D.W. Leitner

Sony announced its latest CineAlta shoulder-mounted 2/3in. camcorder, the PDW-F800 ($42,700, no viewfinder), last April at NAB, little more than a year after the PDW-700 was introduced, and production models are now available...

AJA Ki Pro Review 

By Barry Braverman

Few products come to mind that have so shaken the tripods of shooters and our collective industry bones...

Wide-angle Lenses 

By Barry Braverman

Many of us have long had a love affair with our wide-angle lenses--the wider the better. These lenses are our daily workhorses...

Leitner's Cinematography Corner, No. 3 

By D.W. Leitner

Exhibit B: the new PMW-350, a groundbreaking 2/3in. shoulder-mount EX-series camcorder that records to solid-state SxS cards...

Wireless Fan-cam Operation in the Sports and Entertainment Market 

By Anthony Sangiovanni, vice president, Sports & Entertainment Group, RF Extreme

Wireless cameras are not new to the market, but improvements to the technology behind them are rapidly changing the way they are being deployed, especially in the sports market...

Leitner's Cinematography Corner, No. 2 

By D.W. Leitner

Just as there are two camps when it comes to designing and using a handheld camcorder--compact, wrist-supported vs. elongated, shoulder-supported--there are now two camps when it comes to viewing while shooting...

Introducing Leitner's Cinematography Corner 

By D.W. Leitner

Digital is not a cause. Not the shortcut some have made it out to be. It is a present-day means to innovation, that’s all. Not an end in itself...

Playing for Change 

By Matt Gallagher

Playing for Change is the name of an ongoing multimedia movement designed to unite people through music. You may have encountered it online in the video Stand By Me, which, as of this writing, has been viewed on YouTube more than 12 million times...

Confessions of an Audio Tech, Part 3 

By Matt Jepson

My audio rig for MythBusters is what is known as a 602 setup: two Sound Devices 302 mixers linked together. I really love this rig because it has 6 channels, it's still lighter and slightly smaller than some 4-channel mixers...

Panasonic AG-HMC40 Review 

By Barry Braverman

From the outside, the Panasonic AG-HMC40 may seem to be just the latest budget entry in Panasonic's AVCCAM lineup, but don't be fooled. It offers remarkable bang for the buck...

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