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JVC Everio GZ-R70 - Quad Proof Camcorder Review

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With 60x dynamic zoom, an LCD Screen and a ton of built-in features, you would be capturing some of the most amazing shots you’ve ever captured. Water, dirt, dust, shock and freezeproof, it doesn’t get any tougher than the Quad Proof Everio GZ-R70.

Audio-Technica ATH-AG1 Headset Review

Audio-Technica ATH-AG1
The Audio-Technica ATH-AG1 High-Fidelity Headset promises ultra-low frequency bass response to please the biggest bass head, a comfortable fit and an included USB DAC (Digital Audio Converter) to really pump up your gaming needs. At a price of $300 you may expect them to be the best gaming headset ever. But how does the ATH-AG1 deliver for the audio/video professional, and the YouTube Lets Play maker?

4K Monitor Review: The Dell P2815Q

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4K movies have made media professionals excited over the last few years. Now that prices have come down on 4K cameras, and technology has gotten better for post with a new plethora of 4K monitors, faster computers and better storage; it's time to step up to the plate and get ready to add 4K movies to the average post production workflow.

AT2020USB+ Cardioid Condenser USB Microphone Review

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Audio-Technica is a well known name in audio solutions and their AT2020USB+ Cardioid Condenser USB microphone provides a convenient way to record quality audio directly into your preferred recording software.

Our Power Over Emotion

Matthew York is Videomaker's Publisher/Editor.
Video is a highly effective means of transmitting information. The transmission of content through the use of motion pictures and sound represents a transformational development in how humans communicate.

Red Giant Universe Review

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Red Giant Universe is a community that gives video editors and motion graphic artists access to a growing library of tools, effects plug-ins and transitions.

Shot Assist Tools Explained

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“There’s a bunch of buttons on this camera but I have no clue what they are, or how to use them.” Everyone starting out has had that problem. A general rule of thumb is, if there is a button for it or a setting on a piece of equipment or it's in the software, it is there for a reason. When you don’t learn that function and what it does, you could be making things a lot harder than you need to and missing out on crucial elements that can help make your film or video the best it can be.