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Photo Finish  

By Tom Patrick McAuliffe and Cynthia Wisehart

In the 1980s, most photo news rooms embraced digital still photography some did it kicking and screaming, but it was seen as a positive and productive...

Hands-on HDX 

By Barry Braverman

I'll be blunt: I'm a seasoned pro with more than 25 years under my battery belt, and I don't like working with substandard gear. I feel this attitude...

Holographic Solution 

By Michael Goldman

As the broadcast industry's conversion to HD continues, the deployment of new, portable media storage solutions is also moving ahead specifically, the...

HD Assist for Scorsese 

By Michael Goldman

Martin Scorsese and his longtime cinematographer, Michael Ballhaus, ASC, shot Scorsese’s new picture, The Departed, on film, as they always have, and yet, high-definition technology played a centrol role in pulling the entire project together. ...

Guild Panels Tackle Hot Topics at HD Expo 

Daryn Okada, ASC, president of the American Society of Cinematographers; David Frederick, SOC, president of the Society of Operating Cameramen; and Steven Poster, ASC, president of International Cinematographer’s Guild-Local 600 join Producer’s Guild of America reps and top creative talent for a panel discussion titled The Camera Crew, at the upcoming HD EXPO, on November 2nd....

Sony HVR-V1U three-CMOS 24p/30p/60i camcorder 

Steve Mullen

Sony shooters have long wanted a DV/DVCAM or HDV camcorder that records true 24fps progressive-scan video — and now they will soon have it. In December, Sony will begin shipping the HVR-V1U HDV camcorder to the USA...

Sony’s New HVR-V1U: V for Victory of 24p 

D.W. Leitner

At long last, Sony has extended 24p to a Handycam-style camcorder that requires neither shoulder nor tripod. And while the debut of this new affordable — $4,800 list — 24p HDV Sony camcorder is banner news to those of us who shoot and produce small-format video, 24p is but one of a clutch of innovations that distinguishes what will come to be known as “the V1.”...

Arri D-20 Takes the Field  

By Michael Goldman

The Arriflex D-20 film-style digital camera system is getting extensive workouts under grueling field conditions these days, with a couple of low-budget features currently using the camera,...

HDV editing using Avid’s Liquid 7.1, Part 5 

Steve Mullen

In the previous installment, we examined one of the fundamental debates in working with HDV: should we edit it natively or by using an intermediate codec? After covering this topic, we now almost fully understand how a timeline can hold multiple formats. However, we have not considered one issue. How can multiple aspect ratios be used in the same timeline?...

Adventures in Repurposing  

By Dan Ochiva

Last month, National Geographic Digital Motion (NGDM), the stock footage service of the geographic society's Digital Media division, announced that it...

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