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Today's hands-free, wearable, mountable HD cameras produce near-professional video. However the use of these cameras still revolves around movement, and shooting professional quality videos just cannot happen without a little help in the stabilization department. Enter the Steadicam Smoothee from Tiffen, which we tested using a GoPro action camera. Read our full review.
In this video we look at the Precision T7600 from Dell. This beast of a computer won Videomaker's Best Products of 2012 for the workstation category for it's durable build, strong dedication to security, and endless expandability.
When you have a too-loose drag on your tripod head, or are working with a rickety, old or cheap tripod, a little support can give you a smoother pan. Enter the rubber band trick — easy and effective. Sometimes, it's the simple things that make us think, "Oh, nice!"
Premiere Pro CS6 is packed with some great new features, we talk about two of our favorites; dynamic timeline editing and adjustment layers. Both these features will make your post-production workflow go faster.
Video producers driven to DSLR use because of their interchangeable lenses and amazing images, but those who miss the traditional camcorder look, feel and functionality will be delighted with the NEX-VG900. We take a hands-on look at Sony's newest professional level Handicam.
One of the most exciting features of the Sony FS700 is the ability to capture super slow motion. We shot some of the fastest subjects we had available, including a hummingbird beating its wings, at up to 960 frames per second.
intensiKey allows you to bring your greenscreen footage into pre-made 3D virtual sets. It bills itself as powerful, yet easy to use. With it's robust keyer, well designed virtual sets, simple interface and clear purpose, it really does deliver on that promise.
The Hewlett-Packard Z1 all in one workstation houses components that can be easily removed. What isn't shown is how bright and fine images and video look on screen, and the ability to add a second monitor is simply powerful.