Edgertronic Hi Speed Camera Status Update!

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Our friends at Sanstreak Corp, who make the edgertronic hi speed video camera, got us some recent information that may be of some value to our readers.

Production seems to be ramping up and the goal is to reach a 30 day timeframe between order and delivery of the camera. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Hi Speed NAB 2014 Camera News!

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NAB 2014 has already started to look like a 4k camera and UHD workflow oriented show from all angles. Manufacturers seem determined to push 4k at all costs and it seems looking at the product ranges that it will probably be adopted fully by the production crews of major TV Shows and News outfits.  There are definite advantages to shooting 4k as opposed to 3D which is really a specialty format for limited uses. 4k can be used to create incredible looking crisp FHD 1080p that far out-resolves any 1080 camera to date, plus use footage as a canvas for re-framing and stabilization from wobbly shots.

What this means for slow motion cameras is that, as hardware has become 4x as powerful in order to capture and encode four times as many pixels as FHD 1080p, we get to reap the benefits in lower resolution modes.   4k capture permits lower resolution modes to jump as a side effect of more camera power as follows: → Continue Reading Full Post ←

Portable Slow Motion That You May Already Own!

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Looking at the current crop of portable devices that offer slow motion is hard and it’s pretty much a mine field. Lenses differ, sensor sizes are varied and distortion can creep up.

On the one hand we have the smartphones with the Galaxy S4, S5, Note 3 and then the iPhone 5s. On the other we have the portable Gopro Hero 3, 3+ and the Sony action cam. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

SDXC U3 4k low cost cards from Transcend Arrive!

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The Memory card brand Transcend has entered the SDXC I U3 market for 2k and 4k video cameras with two low cost offerings:

Both offer a minimum sustained write speed of 30 Megabytes / second which is the minimum spec for U3 and 2k, 4k video recording. These cards should alleviate the pockets of new 4k consumer camera owners at $54.99 for 64GB and $119.99 for 128GB. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

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