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Published on Mar 8, 2013 | Product Reviews & Previews|
If you're a videographer on a budget, you should take a close look at the Cine System. On of our favorite kickstarter-funded projects it allows you to achieve smooth panning and zooming, as well as car or window-mounted shots with minimal fuss.
Published on Oct 19, 2012 | Photography and Photographers|
We've scoured Kickstarter for the most intriguing photgraphic tools and inventions that are soon to hit the market. Whether you shoot with an iPhone, DSLR or dedicated video camera, there's something on our list for you.
Published on Sep 26, 2012 | Show Reports|
A look back at the trends, products and stars of Photokina 2012.
Published on Jun 11, 2012 | Video Capture|
So modern digital video cameras are so good at high ISO sensitivities that you don't need to use lights? Experienced director and camera operator Evan Pugh argues that the truth is quite the opposite. Here's his quick guide to lighting for DSLR video.
Published on Feb 10, 2012 | Video Capture|
Respected photojournalist Dan Chung has been touring the world's trouble-spots for more than a decade, supplying images to newspapers and websites all over the globe. But although he made his name as a stills photographer, he has embraced video in a big way. We asked him why.
Published on Nov 10, 2011 | Software/App Reviews|
Due to the proliferation of apps aimed at the casual mobile photographer, it's easy to overlook some of the myriad more serious options. In this article we take a look at some of the best 'photographic tool' apps for both Apple iOS and Android.
Published on Nov 4, 2011 | Video Capture|
Dpreview was at the Hollywood launch of the new Canon EOS C300, the first in Canon's new 'C' system interchangeable lens video cameras. During a packed evening we made some time to sit down with Larry Thorpe of Canon U.S.A. and asked him about the new camera, and what it means for videographers.
Published on Sep 24, 2011 | Video Capture|
Three-dimensional still and video imaging has been around for a very long time, but in recent years, 3D has enjoyed something of a resurgence in popularity. In part 2 of our 2-part primer, we look at who's who in the consumer 3D video market, and how they see the market evolving.
Published on Sep 12, 2011 | Video Capture|
These days it seems like every other movie in theatres is 3D, and retailers' shelves are groaning with 3D televisions and home cinema systems. In this first part of our two-part 3D video primer, we look at the history of 3D, the present state of the technology, and take a glimpse at the future.
Pocket camcorders have become one of the fastest growing areas of the imaging market in the past year or so which, considering their simplicity and easy connectivity, is no surprise. Read this article to find out about the features on offer and what you should you be looking for.
Read this beginner's guide to HD video for an overview of the technology used in the latest generation of HD DSLRs and compact cameras. We also explain the differences to digital camcorders and give you shooting style, focus and exposure advice.
We need video compression to handle the massive data we get from a 1080p video stream but on the flip side, video compression reduces the possible image quality we can get. This article helps you better understand how we deal with the implications of compressed data.