Computers, Production Hardware

Panasonic Shows Displays with NewTek NDI

June 14, 2018

If you’ve been looking for a production monitor that works with your IP-ready production hardware, take a look at this article! From AV Magazine A Panasonic signage display was shown accepting IP-video sources including content and overlays in conjunction with NewTek Studio Monitor software at InfoComm 2018. NewTek has unveiled an NDI signage demonstration designed Read More

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By Jim,

Computers, Production Hardware

ikan Monitors Demo at NAB 2018 with Kevin Lu

May 11, 2018

We were able to get a lot of information from ikan this year at NAB in Las Vegas. Kevin Lu went over their new monitor the AX20-FK. ikan has been making video production products for years and their lighting is very well known. What makes lighting so good is also the integration of a solid Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal,

Computers, Production Hardware

Atomos Ninja Inferno & SUMO Selected Videoguys Top Products of 2017 Video

January 5, 2018

Atomos field monitors and recorders are the industry standard.  They support all the latest 4K HDR workflows.  If you are shooting with a professional 4K camera from Panasonic, Canon or Sony you are not doing yourself justice if you are not using an Atomos Inferno.  When Atomos introduced the Ninja Inferno this last year with a $995 Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal,

Computers, Production Hardware

Free Firmware Update for Atomos’ Infernos

October 18, 2017

Anything given away free is generally good.  In the media world, free is really good cause just about anything you would need is pretty expensive.  Even some things like software, license renewals and upgrades aren’t even physical items but still can be a hefty price.  Free being as good as it is gets everyone’s attention.  Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal,

Computers, Production Hardware

Atomos Announces Sumo M 19-Inch Monitor

September 20, 2017

As companies grow and continue to come out with new products it gets tougher to stay ahead of the curve.  Some companies will try and cram in as many new features and even design elements to try and please everyone they possibly can.  It’s rare when companies do the opposite to try and appease their Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal,

Computers, Production Hardware

Learn Why HDR Is the Real Deal

September 18, 2017

Replicating what the human eye can see has been the main goal from cinematographers and filmmakers for years.  As the technology grows and cameras get better the images from these devices are clearer and closer to what we as humans actually see.  Barry Baverman from StudioDaily in this article shows how HDR advances have made Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal,

Computers, Production Hardware

Video Editors in Their Edit Suites

July 24, 2017

Editing suites for any editor can be a variety of things.  Maybe an editing “lab” in their film school, a family-used computer with a demo version editing software or a customized set-up with a combination of different devices and brands.  For anyone interested in knowing about major editing suites, Jonny Elwyn‘s article on his page Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal,

Computers, Production Hardware

Atomos Sumo 19″ 4K HDR Production Monitor / Recorder Now Shipping

July 19, 2017

Atomos Sumo on-set and in-studio 19″ 4K/60p HDR monitor and recorder is now shipping! It’s the first production monitor that also records 4K 12bit Raw, 10bit ProRes/DNxHR, plus 1080p60 live switching and recording. The extremely bright 1200nit display means you can accurately monitor, even when outside in full daylight. Sumo’s 19” 1920×1080 10-bit LCD panel Read More

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By Jim,
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Computers, Production Hardware

HP DreamColor Monitors Top the Display Market

July 6, 2017

In most fields, now more than ever especially, visual concepts are the most important thing.  Graphic designers, video editors, even artists in a low-tech medium all rely on visuals to further their project.  Of course now they rely on computers and their display monitor to allow those visual ideas to be molded into those end Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal,