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Hitachi Hits High Speed with the SK-HD1500

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The Hitachi SK-HD1500 top of the line HDTV Studio and EFP camera has several nice features, especially capturing video at 1X, 2.5X and 3X the speed while simultaneously providing two different HD outputs. The slow motion feature is pretty exciting considering the flexibility of capturing clear slow motion camera shots and normal video feeds all from a single camera. The camera ...

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Tulsa CBS Affiliate sees construction savings using Litepanels LED lighting

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It is relatively easy to compare the cost savings from a changeover to LED lighting fixtures in an existing television studio: compare the before and after power bill. You can make that same before-and-after power bill comparison when moving into a new building, but it’s also important to look at savings realized in reduction of construction costs. However, there’s a ...

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A look at Harmonic MediaGrid Storage Systems

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  When looking to scale-out a media storage system, one industry provider is leading the charge. The Harmonic MediaGrid has certain product highlights that should come to mind immediately. The first major point is a cost effective Ethernet based storage system which enables the user to start small and scale out accordingly to fit their facility and production house needs. ...

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Switching the Switch

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All of us in the studio industry have and use video production switchers of some type.  While some might be totally software-generated on a computer screen, most of the traditional switchers are exactly as they sound – large desks with plenty of buttons and switches!  I hate to sound so basic, but the large switchers that you see when the ...

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Audio is HEAR to stay!

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Let’s face it – broadcasting started out with audio.  Long before there was “radio with pictures” (better known to all of us as “television”), there was simply radio.  Radio is where it all began – and where the advent of “audio engineers” appeared.  It was the audio engineer’s main purpose to ensure that the sound generating outside the microphone made ...

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Emmy Award-Winning Lighting Saves Energy

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Time Warner Cable SportsNet and Time Warner Cable Deportes in El Segundo, California are housed in one of the most energy efficient buildings in America.  The use of LED lighting in the studios not only contributed to the facility’s LEED-certification, but also played a big part in Redwood Media Group receiving the 2012-2013 Los Angeles Area Emmy for Creative Technical ...

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Bullet Proofing Your GoPro Hero3

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Made with military grade aluminum the Redrock Cobalt Cage for your GoPro HERO3 is a perfect and much needed accessory when attempting those rather risky camera set-ups and beyond belief camera shots that your client is requesting. The 1/4″-20 threads are integrated and completely surround the camera 360 degrees.  Just the design itself minimizes vibrations and provides ease of mind, ...

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Analog vs Digital Audio: the debate rages on…

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  From the earliest days of the electrical broadcast transmission of sound, there has been a sound engineer to ensure its occurrence.  In fact, many of the original sound engineers were electrical engineers, because electricity happened to be the medium of the time.  Of course, later on, needle-bearing recording devices (that produced records) appeared, recording sounds as needle vibrations onto ...

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