Vastly important news from RED today: a complete shakeup of their camera range. It's simpler and prices are lower. What's not to like?
The RED HYDROGEN One phone was shown to an invited audience of RED camera owners on May 19th. The press wasn't invited but we've heard reports that the phone is real, working, and impressive
This super high resolution imagary of New York, shot in 12K by Phil Holland, is like nothing you've ever seen before - even on a laptop screen. See below what images of New York shot at 48.5 times the pixel resolution of HD look like
Microsoft's huge touch screen isn't dead yet. It's back for a sequel and promises much more in the way of collaborative workflows.
Join RedShark and our partners Canon, CW Sonderoptic, and G-Technology on Weds May 30th at Canon Studios Burbank
If you are looking for a 15" laptop for your editing, what are the current best options that offer the best price/performance ratio?
The Zeiss Loxia lenses look like a very tempting combo for both video and stills. Watch on to find out our verdict in this video review
Apple’s commitment to professionals was impressively underscored at NAB18 with the reveal of ProRes RAW and yet another significant (and free) update of FCPX. That said, Apple’s future direction has become much more uncertain with official-seeming leaks about a switch to ARM, a rethink of the iOS / Mac divide and more.
It is the HD format that never really was. Yet despite its failure, the picture quality holds up even now. To what are we referring? D-VHS, the tape based HD rival to DVD. Why did it never catch on?
Each week we feature the work of RSN readers on social media. This week we showcase the work of Guillaume Juin.