Sony this week introduced their new flagship A-mount camera, the a99 II. The new camera features ultra fast 4D focus with 79 hybrid cross AF points plus 12 fps continuous shooting, 4K video shooting, 5-axis image stabilization and more.
MAGIX today released VEGAS Pro 14, the first new version since MAGIX officially acquired VEGAS Pro and the majority of products previously offered by Sony Creative Software three months ago. In conjunction with this release, Videomaker is giving away MAGIX VEGAS Pro 14 to one lucky reader.
In addition to the GH5 details announced today, Panasonic has also announced three impressive new digital cameras at Photokina, all featuring 4K photo and video recording. These are packed with technology both for creative control when shooting, and for performing in-camera editing -- since you can use the built-in Wi-Fi to transfer images and upload to social media services.
Nikon introduced today three new cameras; the KeyMission 360, KeyMission 170 and KeyMission 80 as part of their KeyMission lineup. Their line of cameras are designed to capture life’s many moments; to capture and share one’s own adventures, stories and loves to the world.
In advance of Photokina 2016, held in Koelnmesse, Germany, September 20-25, Panasonic today announced details of the highly-anticipated LUMIX GH5, the follow-up to their LUMIX DMC-GH4 Digital Single Lens Mirrorless Camera.
Syrp this week announced the Slingshot, their answer to sliders limited by the length of their rails. The Slingshot uses an innovative design to allow a camera to travel a maximum distance of up to 300 ft, or 100m, in a single shot setup.
Sony today added two new cameras to their action cam lineup — the Sony FDR-X3000R and the Sony HDR-AS300R. The X3000R replaces the FDR-X1000V as Sony’s flagship 4K action camera while the AS300R takes the reigns as Sony’s flagship HD action camera.
In anticipation of IBC — in Amsterdam September 9th through 13th — Adobe this week announced updates to their video production, motion graphics and animation apps, with specific enhancements to Creative Cloud’s virtual reality and 3D capabilities.