The last few years have seen terrific improvements in LED lighting capabilities for video, while prices have consistently fallen.
Lavalier microphone development seems to be pretty much evolutionary, rather than revolutionary.
The makers of “Godzilla” got it right: size matters.
Convergent Design has long been producing products in the external, portable recorder arena, starting with one of the first such appliances, the nanoFlash, a very compact SDI/HDMI HD recorder.
Just about everyone who embarks on the video editing learning curve winds up with a passing knowledge of sound editing.
One of the big pushes these days in lighting technology is the use of light emitting diodes as the light source.
Marshall has recently expanded
their professional grade LCD
monitor line with the introduction
of the Lynx 702 Dual, which contains
two independent 7-inch LCD monitors in
a single 3RU package.
We have all experienced—as professional audio engineers, amateurs, consumers, casual or power channel surfers— the sometimes very radical difference in audio levels between TV channels, and even between programs and ads on the same channel.
Not so long ago, one of the big reasons
camera owners used rail support
systems was to be able to
mount a follow focus or matte box, or to
tame an otherwise unruly gang of needed
accessories (monitors, batteries, external
recorder and the like).
When the world shifted to high-definition
video production, the
needed hardware scopes for
monitoring were expensive and out of financial
reach for many.
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