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  • CES 2015 Predictions, Rumors and Speculation - Part 1 - Content and Canon

    CES 2015 - January 6-9 - Las Vegas Convention Center

    Just about the same time much of the world is bidding adieu to 2014, a crushing hangover and a few days off from work, the Consumer Electronics Show will roll into Las Vegas to show off the latest in electronics. Each year, an unofficial theme tends to take shape, with manufacturers rolling out their hottest products for our living rooms, car dashboards, and - for some of us - our tripods.

  • A Look Back: Cameras of 2014

    Did you find one of these beauties in your stocking?

    Every year we review many cameras, lights, mics, and various other doodads that make our productions glossier and more professional. As 2014 winds to a close this week let’s take a look back at three of this blogger's personal favorites.

  • AJA CION Now Shipping

    CION Ships This Week

    For those people hoping for a 4K camera from AJA underneath the tree this year, jolly old Saint Nick would have to opt for overnight shipping, but their hopes might be filled. AJA this week announced that the much anticipated CION has started shipping.

  • Avid Updates Media Composer for 4K and Beyond

    Avid Media Composer

    Avid this week announced the latest version of their editing flagship, Avid Media Composer. The latest version is designed to easily acquire, manage, edit and deliver native 4K media more quickly and efficiently than ever.

  • Studio Suite Xi Makes Studio Management as Easy as Lights, Camera, Action

    Studio Suite Xi - all-in-one studio management tool

    Altermedia’s Studio Suite has been a standard in studio management software for the better part of two decades, and the experience shows in their latest release, Studio Suite Xi. Designed to be the go-to platform to simplify workflows in pretty much any production environment, how does the current generation compete in an increasingly competitive space?

  • Vessel Boards the Video Platform Fray

    Vessel Video Platform

    Video platform, Vessel, launched this week, and has essentially fired a shot across the bow of YouTube by looking to attract some of the platform’s top content creators. While competing in a YouTube-dominated space is going to be an uphill battle, $75 million in venture capital cash and being helmed by former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar ought to help.