While film still exists in a realm of its own (although that gap is quickly closing), the world of pro video continues growing and thriving at a record pace. Many pro filmmakers are turning to video gear to get the job done.
3D video is still in its infancy, but for early adopters, the challenges of making a 3D video to air on your TV are exciting. Videomaker looks at the gear you'll need to create for 3D video by talking to some experts already excelling in this emerging video market.
A visit to Japan offers a rare look behind the curtain at the process of how image sensors for video cameras are made and engineers are already working on the next generation that we can barely imagine.
Video creation is sometimes a singular business, but video producers are a social lot. Our curiosity about our readers has inspired us to create this new column to introduce you to your fellow video producers.
Whether you use film, flash files, or videotape, every editor needs to have the footage on their editing machine before they can start cutting the project. Keeping that transfer route organized will cut your editing time tremendously.
With full 1080p resolution, quality lenses, and excellent light sensitivity, Nikon's D7000 is an HDSLR that will make video enthusiasts seriously think twice about going back to a standard camcorder ever again.