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Canon EOS 1D Mark IV Perspective 

By Barry Braverman

The Canon EOS 1D Mark IV is a technological tour de force, in many ways unrivaled in its class...

Camera Time at NAB 2010  

By Trevor Boyer

If you're headed out to Las Vegas in a few short weeks, cameras are probably high on your list of gear to check out, whether or not you're a shooter/cinematographer...

Sony XDCAM EX PMW-350 Review 

By D.W. Leitner

Sometimes it seems as if little has changed in ENG-style camcorders since Sony introduced the first one-piece Betacam, the BVW-200, at NAB 1989...

A Decade of Vanguards, #1 

By D.W. Leitner

Surveying the latest in digital cinematography cameras at NAB 2006, I wrote: "What they share in common is a single-CMOS sensor with Bayer color filter, PL-mount lenses, capture to non-video RAW files...

A Decade of Vanguards, #2 

By D.W. Leitner

CCDs are wonderful. Aside from an occasional stuck pixel, they have proven almost perfect imagers. Stable, reliable, no image burn. So why have CMOS sensors become the darlings of digital cinematography?...

A Decade of Vanguards, #3 

By Jan Ozer

I reviewed my first HDV camcorder, Sony's groundbreaking HDR-FX1, in December 2004, and I have shot most subsequent projects in HDV...

A Decade of Vanguards, #5 

By Barry Braverman

The advent of the Panasonic AJ-HDC27V Varicam in 2001 ushered in a wealth of creative possibilities for video shooters...

Canon EOS 7D Review 

By Jan Ozer

I recently spent about a month with the Canon EOS 7D solely evaluating its video quality, and the results were impressive...

A Decade of Vanguards, #6 

By Barry Braverman

Like the inadvertent inventions of penicillin, the Slinky, and Kellogg's Corn Flakes, the development of the HDSLR as a serious video-capture device was likely no less unintentional. The major manufacturers—Nikon, Canon, and Panasonic...

Shooting for Slow Motion 

By Jan Ozer

If you want fast or slow motion in your video, you have two choices: you can adjust the speed in your editor, which can produce interpolation artifacts, or you can adjust the frames per second captured by your camcorder, which should deliver higher quality...

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