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How to 3D Print Your Own Monitor

Adafruit Industries walks through their custom build monitor which uses a 3D printed housing. The assembly is moderately straight forward. You only need to solder a few wires, snip a few cables and fasten a couple of screws. The 3D printed parts take about 2-3 hours to make. If you don’t have access to a 3D printer, visit your local Read MoreRead More

Canon 5D Mk III to add Uncompressed HDMI Out in Firmware

Canon 5D Mk III is adding a long awaited firmware update that offers the a clean uncompressed signal via the HDMI port. The only catch is you have to wait till April 2013 (just in time for the NABshow). Press Release follows below. LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., October 23, 2012 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in Read MoreRead More

Ultimate Guide to Professional Video Cameras

How to pick a Professional Camera by “Gospel” John Hess The term “professional camera” is very subjective term. As technology continually improves, the line in quality between consumer cameras and professional cameras gets increasingly thin. But as any serious filmmaker/videographer will tell you, the jump to a professional level camera comes with huge improvement in Read MoreRead More

How to connect your HD evaluation monitor to your editing system properly: Let me count the ways!

Allan Tipper explains the intricacies of hooking up an affordable LCD monitor for evaluation purposes. …In this article, you will learn that the best way to connect can go way beyond the physical connections you see on your NLE’s professional interface and HD evaluation monitor. Believe it or not, it sometimes also depends upon whether Read MoreRead More