Chris Ace Gates - November 18th, 2013
Chris Ace Gates - October 14th, 2013
Chris Ace Gates - October 07th, 2013
I constantly get questions about 'what resolution did I shoot at' or 'what camera did I use to make my films?' When I tell people I use a combo of a 720p Broadcast Quality camera, point-n-shoot digital cameras and sports cameras I get the 'you didn't use a high-end camera?' look.
Greg Olson - April 15th, 2013
There is a ton of cool stuff to see at NAB, no doubt about it. From brand new companies to well established industry veterans, there are new and old products abound and many of them had me itching to max out the credit cards. So let's pretend for a moment that somebody handed me $10,000 dollars, and said I could only spend it on 3 things at NAB. Well, here's what I'd buy.
Jackson Wong - April 03rd, 2013
The NAB Show contains sights sounds, smells and products, that will be yours courtesy of your Videomaker editorial team. We'll do our annual awards to highlight the biggest products to know about, and likely touch on some that you'll simply drool over. The biggest companies will be there, including the ones you might never hear about unless you command a workstation in a master control room.
Jackson Wong - January 29th, 2013
Jackson Wong - January 07th, 2013
Panasonic looks to leverage what they've done well in the past. The HC-X920 takes the HC-X900 up a notch with an image leveling sensor, built-in Wi-Fi, and 20.4 megapixel still photos. It reprises the manual ring around the lens which we are big fans of, and while manual control is nearly always our mantra, Panasonic looks to make image stabilization automatic and enhanced with with Level Gauge which does vertical and horizontal axis corrections to fix minor tilts to make such human error difficult to see.
Jackson Wong - December 20th, 2012
How would you like 3D and 4k programming at the TV level? If you're early in your adoption of new technology and you've already been watching regular programming in 3D and 4k, great job, and please tell us how you like it. If you're like me and make it to the theater to watch 3D movies far less than desired, what's your take on 3D and 4k, two formats that make for very different viewing?
I was reading about 4K resolution and a question popped up on how increased resolution affects field of view. For example. as compared to 1920 by 1080, the 4K is four times larger...but does this mean that it is capturing a larger view through the lens, or is the view the same just that much more detailed? It seems like I am hearing both from what I read. Is it cramming more pixels into the same view?