The Kaoss Pad Entrancer builds on the success of the Kaoss Pad 2, offering the same versatile X-Y pad-driven audio processing capabilities, but adding video processing to give you real-time control over both sound and vision.
Canon up ante for DSLR videographersImprovements in the frame
Canon's camera division have been very busy recently, releasing a...
Zooms H4N audio recorder has been very well received. Can the new Q3 repeat that success by throwing in video as well?
Canons 550D (known as the Rebel T2i in the US) promises the same video quality as their acclaimed 7D, for half the price. Is this now the cheapest way to make a high-quality video?
GoPros HD Hero promises high-definition footage in the most inhospitable of conditions, so how does it hold up to punishment, and is it right for other video capture tasks too?
New to the world of video production and unsure what to buy? Our guide to the five best options in three software and hardware categories will get you started.
New to the world of video production and unsure what gear to buy? Our guide to the five best options in three categories will get you started.
With so many different bundled and third-party colour correction plug-ins available, do Colorista 2s new features offer anything special?
Rotolight enter the competitive LED lighting market with a compact, battery-powered offering and plenty of accessories.
Picture this: you're working in an edit suite and the director comes and looks over your shoulder. "Let's try a lens flare”,...
Rycote made waves in the studio world recently with their universal shockmount, which improved on the ageing 'cat's cradle'...
Neat Video is designed to deal with the kind of chroma (colour) and luma (black and white) noise that appears in digital video...
With the ever-increasing number of users turning to DSLR still cameras for video, more and more accessories are being released...
This useful tool can help you achieve professional results on an amateur budget.
The Flip Ultra HD promises high-definition video recording in the palm of your hand — but does it live up to the claim?
If you want to get into video editing but not spend a fortune, there are plenty of wallet-friendly NLEs and other tools to get you started.