Characterised as a solution looking for a problem (but that’s what they said about the iPad), smartphones that literally double as a tablet are set to be the new mobile computing craze with Samsung bagging the obvious brand name and first mover status.
There was a time when any electronic camera that didn't have three separate imaging sensors for red, green and blue was viewed as third rate. Security cameras hand single chips. Handycams. Not serious cameras. The first dedicated digital cinematography cameras – probably things like Sony's F23 and the Thomson Viper, were three-chip devices. Now, though, three-chip cameras are routinely criticised. What's changed?
Data glasses are about to get 8K, OLED and a mass production push.
An announcement that SGO has integrated AJA KONA cards into its highest of high end systems gives a brief glimpse into the sort of hardware needed to work in 8K in realtime.
The G-Speed Shuttle EV is a 4-bay RAID storage system designed for the rigours of video editing and storage. Here's our video review.
Does the news that Samsung is getting out of the US Blu-ray market mean that the format is now living on borrowed time?
An all new MacBook Pro and a 6K professional monitor are among some quite credible rumours that have come to pass for Apple’s 2019 lineup.
Panasonic’s newly announced FZ1000 II looks like being a lot of camera for the money.
A revolution in projection screens? Doesn't sound very likely, does it? Because the ongoing problem with projection screens is that to be able to display colours accurately, they have to be white. Which means that they're never going to be very good at showing black.
The new 5.2” Shinobi HDR monitor from Atomos was a surprise announcement this week. We take an exclusive first look at it.