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NAB 2012: What Does Canon Have Up Their Sleeve?


NAB 2012: What Does Canon Have Up Their Sleeve?
If you've been watching for pre-NAB anouncements and rumors as closely as we have, you've surely seen some of the big news. A couple of the biggest morsels being Sony's NEX-FS700U, which can shoot up to 960 frames per second, and some rather cryptic invitations being sent out from Canon which contain nearly no details on what they might be talking about. Rumors are swirling about the possibilities.

The Future of Still and Video Technology


The Future of Still and Video Technology
There was a time when a person could buy a piece of technology and expect it to be at the relative top of technological advancements for almost a year, but alas, those days are far behind us. In light of these facts, we'll take a close look at what is coming around the corner in the world of camcorder technology.

Seeing RED: ARRI, Panasonic and Sony Join the 35mm Camcorder Fray


Seeing RED: ARRI, Panasonic and Sony Join the 35mm Camcorder Fray
With their products, Canon, Nikon, and RED proved that prosumers were looking for more than just a new recording medium, they were looking for the flexibility of super high resolution images and the beauty of interchangeable lenses. Now ARRI, Panasonic, and Sony have decided to join the DSLR revolution with their newly released high definition camcorders.

New details on the Red Scarlet and Epic


New details on the Red Scarlet and Epic
There's some new wrinkles to Red's camcorder lineup. First off, everything you knew about Scarlet? Forget it. They've revamped the whole thing and have a new version of the Scarlet alongside the Epic. The idea is that you can have a fully modular camcorder setup that is prepared for digital cinema at whatever resolution you want to shoot. You can start with the Scarlet "brain" for $2500, add a compatible (2/3") lens, batteries, and as much monitoring, I/O and recording modules as you like.