Sony announces a new Sony EX series camera at NAB. The PMW-320 is a 1/2″ chip version of the PMW-350. Both camcorders have three Exmorâ„¢ full HD 1920×1080 CMOS imagers, HD-SDI and HDMI out. The PMW-350 camcorder features a DVCAM recording and playback as an option; with both features offered as standard on the PMW-320. The 320 is $12,800 WITHOUT the lens. With the lens, it’s $14,800.
For more info see the Sony Brochure.
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David Pogue produces videos and writes articles about personal tech issues. His work appears in the NY Times, PBS “Nova,” Yahoo Tech, Scientific American and more. His new article “Digitize Those Memory-Filled Cassettes before They Disintegrate subtitled Bite the bullet and have them digitized—I wish I’d done it sooner. appears in the September 1, 2016 […]Read More
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Below is an example of Google Earth in a business video, in this case a real estate tour (just the first 40 seconds). The cloud footage is not Google, simply stock footage. Google Earth can create powerful HD videos of virtual trips anywhere around the world. What business client would not want a fly in […]Read More