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There was plenty to see including the latest new camcorders in Sony’s handheld XDCAM HD422 and NXCAM large format sensor range at IBC this year
There’s a myriad of choices when it comes to selecting the ideal bitrate and colour sampling rate for your production – here we guide you through the options
The videographer community has an uncanny ability to self-market through blogs, tweets and websites. It’s time consuming but almost always repays the effort.
We look at two cameras in Sony’s NXCAM range which would be useful to have along on any location shoot.
Kyle O’Donoghue has been shooting in the Antarctic for the past eight seasons.
Jezza Neumann, director and producer of Poor Kids, China’s Stolen Children and Undercover in Tibet, has won 19 awards in a few short years. Currently filming Poor Kids USA, we talked to Jezza about his preferred recording equipment and some tricky situations he’s found himself in whilst filming abroad.
Professional cameras are a fraction of the size of a decade ago, making it much easier to travel on production, but there are still plenty of challenges involved with taking production equipment into the field. Here three filmmakers talk through their experiences of traveling around in pursuit of their story.
Polar explorers Paul Kamphuis and Jan Fokke test the HVR-Z5E camcorder and HXR-MC1P compact camcorders in -40º conditions in Antarctica. Find out how they, and the camcorders, coped with changing temperatures, ultra bright weather and shooting in the dark.
Intrepid documentary-maker Claudio von Planta is shooting an epic world-record bid by a group of students hoping to drive the full 26,000km length of the Pan-American Highway in an electric sports car.
Claudio von Planta follows the Rwandan U17's to the World Cup with the PMW-EX1R