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Reader Q&A!

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After receiving quite a few questions on camera gear and rumors we have picked a few that might be of interest to the general readership.

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Sony RX100 III with 120fps 720 HQ Mode!

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Out of left field in the 1″ inch compact camera category the replacement of the RX100 II, the new Sony DSC RX100 III has impressive video specs for such a small pocketable camera.

For starters it shoots regular 1080p at 60p at 50 Mbps in XAVC S or MP4 and or AVHD 2.0 formats. Higher quality than many pro SLRs. Further along the spec list it allows for a 120fps 720 HD mode at also 50 Mbps in the same format selection. → Continue Reading Full Post ←

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 ←

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 ←

Speed

Copyright James Benet 2010
Coot Bird Take Off (Shot on EOS 7D 400mm 5.6L Lens 1/4000)

Ever since I got into digital imaging at the end of the 1990s I was very interested in Hi Speed Video Imaging. Over the years I have seen the price of these digital wonders go down in price considerably and are now close to what you would call affordable for the enthusiast.

I have produced a few footage videos for my stock videography work over the years with slow motion/hi speed cameras but have never been able to use, rent or own a truly professional hi speed camera. → Continue Reading Full Post ←