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Crossing Borders with HDV

From a trek through Central Asia for the U.N. to a Tibetan monastery in the foothills of the Himalayas, filmmaker Bill Megalos puts the Sony HVR-Z1U HDV camcorder to the test. more »

Hands-On HDV

Remember what DV did for standard-definition video acquisition? Ostensibly a consumer format, it opened the door for more than just accelerated home-movie production. Now HDV, which was also introduced as a consumer format, is catching on. more »

AJA Video KONA 2

For users of Apple Final Cut Pro HD and Final Cut Studio, the KONA 2 capture card from AJA Video is a sure-fire way to make the move from SD to HD post production. The powerful 133 MHz PCI-X SD/HD card for the more »

Signage of the Times

It's the classic "where do we go from here" scenario. You work for a company, and your boss asks you to install and maintain a digital signage network. Or you're a video producer, AV systems more »

HDV Acquisition: Canon Gets Into the HDV Game

With much fanfare, Canon introduced a new HDV camcorder, the XL H1, that offers 1080i recording, a healthy supply of useful features more »

HDV on a Disc: Sony's XDCAM Is HD-Ready

Sony's first three XDCAM HD products, the PDW-F330 camcorder and the PDW-F30 and F70 decks, will not ship in volume until the second quarter more »

Recording: Grass Valley Unveils Infinity

At the recent IBC conference in Amsterdam, Grass Valley opened more than a few eyes when it introduced a new digital camcorder called Infinity more »

HD Color Correction: Meet Pablo

At IBC, Quantel debuted The Pablo Suite, a tightly integrated package of color-correction hardware and software tools based on the company's more »

DVS and Imagineer Strengthen Partnership with Monet 2

A new era of cooperation between the two companies is marked by the release of the "monet v2 ' placement station", a visual effects solution from Imagineer Systems based on Centaurus, DVS multiresolution video I/O board. more »

D-Eye: The Constant Gardener

The Look: Hallucinatory travelogueThe new Fernando Mereilles picture is being promoted as a tale of global intrigue, but given the impact made by the director's previous City of God, a virtual cherry-bomb of riotous, kinetic imagery (Miramax kept it in … more »