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Our Time At NAB 2016
Beth Zarkosh We were lucky enough to visit this year's NAB Show in Las Vegas, and we must say there were some real treats on show! Here's just a few things that stood out for us and worth keeping your eye on.
Tags: iss113 | NAB 2016 | Virtual Reality & 360 Degree Videos | Black Magic | DaVinci Resolve 12.5 | EDIUS 8.2 | Colour Correction | Motion tracking | GoPro Omni | Canon | Sony | Panasonic | 4k | Beth Zarkosh
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Shoot safe, shoot dynamic
Nick Allen Miles Todays craze for shooting from a UAV or drone is not for the faint hearted. Unless used legally and in very limited situations, its a dangerous way of capturing dynamic shots. Wherever people are involved or height restrictions apply, there are more useful ways of filming safely that deliver a more interesting shot than anything taken from a tripod mounted camera.
Tags: iss104 | shoot | uav | drone | shots | jib | dolly | track | studio | mobile kit | Nick Allen Miles
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Ask the experts with Shotoku
James Eddershaw Shotoku Broadcast Systems is an international leader in the manufacture and marketing of a full range of camera support products including manual and robotic pedestals as well as virtual reality camera tracking systems.
Tags: iss082 | shotoku | james eddershaw | ask the experts | broadcast | systems | camera support | explained | range | guide | tracking | camera | virtual reality | robotic | pedestals | James Eddershaw
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Getting to grip with it with Mark Scotton
Mark Scotton

Getting the right equipment to ensure you add value to your production can be difficult, especially when there are so many products available that all seem to be offering different solutions. Creating moving shots can be done in a variety of ways by using products such as jibs, cranes, tracking dollies, sliders or stabilizers, the key is identifying which item is going to be best suited to your requirements and which version would be the best to purchase.

Tags: iss074 | cameragrip | hague | sliders | clamps | brackets | stabilizers | tripod | jibs | cranes | tracking | shoulder | support | Mark Scotton
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Getting back to basics on HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR GRIP AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS
N/A When looking to purchase grip and support systems there are now a variety of different options available to the dedicated cameraman and this potential minefield of different equipment, at varying prices, can seem daunting and confusing at first. Whats the difference between a shoulder support, steady mount and a stabilizer? Are slide rail systems really the best tracking option for my camera? Can I put a DSLR on that mount?
Tags: iss062 | dslr | support | tripod | glidetrack | camslide | b-hague | hague camera support | N/A
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Hawk-Eye Accuracy and Believability in Cricket
N/A In 1999 research began at Roke Manor Research Ltd., a company with over thirty years of vision processing expertise. Led by Dr. Paul Hawkins and funded by The Television Corporation, the concept of Hawk-Eye was born.
Tags: hawk-eye | hawkeye | high spped camera | tracking | iss042 | N/A
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Note Perfect
N/A Live music events are big business. Major artists can expect millions of pounds to be poured into full scale productions where the ticket prices are as high as audience expectations.
Tags: iss038 | live music | dop | hd10 | massive attack | bradley engineering | camera tracking | hdc100 | N/A
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Musical matches for your production
N/A The best production you've ever created is in the can. It's time to match your masterpiece with an equally impressive musical soundtrack. But where to start? It's time to dispel the myth that music licensing is complex or expensive and to understand what options are available to you.
Tags: prs | music | iss036 | production | soundtrack | music licensing | commercial music | royalty free | copyright free | production music | prs music | N/A
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How The SADiE LRX2 Is Making Location Multitrack Recording A Doddle
N/A Nearly twenty years ago I saw one of the first SADiE Digital Audio Workstations, which were just starting to make their mark as the first cost effective computer sound editor. I was so impressed with the concept that I immediately wanted one, even though I had no professional use for it whatsoever
Tags: iss026 | tacet | hire | sound recordist | sadie | lrx2 | multitrack recording. | N/A
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Virtual Sets
N/A When I first started approaching people in the UK with Brainstorms Virtual Studio software I was surprised to have them shake their heads vigorously and explain that virtual studio systems were far too expensive and too difficult to set up and run Coupled with that was the lack of realism and whos using them?
Tags: Brainstorm | 3D | Graphics | iss022 | virtual studio | software | rendering Hardware | Chromakey | Vision Mixer | camera tracking system | N/A
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Lightweight Dolly Systems Vs Heavy Duty Kin
N/A Film sets are fortunate to still employ and make full use of a grip and his kit.
Tags: grip | keywest | track | dolly | tracking | iss014 | N/A
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