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Date: 2009-04-28
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Matrox MXO2 HD
HD, SD, I/O For Mac
Matrox delivers another hardware solution for Mac video users, the portable MXO2 HD (high definition), SD (standard definition) I/O box. No need for a full I/O capture card and/or breakout box, and if you're on a laptop you can finally use an I/O solution without shelling out a few thousand dollars.
Alien Skin Snap Art v2 Announced - - Kinda
Alien Skin has a secret look at its own upcoming software, check out v1
Apparently, the new Snap Art 2 from Alien Skin is going to "blow your pants off". I suppose it's a good thing that it doesn't "blow you away" or "make your eyes pop out". The new software may be a perfect introduction to the new photographer / artist hobbyist in your house.

Markins Q-Ball M10
Small and lightweight, the Markins M10 ball head can easily hold your DSLR with some pretty big lenses
Arca Swiss, Kirk, Markins, Really Right Stuff - for photographers those names have become mantras for top quality ball heads. With their meticulous engineering and fine craftsmanship they are more like pieces of expensive jewelry or scientific equipment, than something as utilitarian as a camera support.
Content Insider #121 -- Content Contention
Entertainment Flexibility. . . Big Iron Doesn't Matter
NAB -- National Association of Broadcasters -- how the industry has changed over the years (even with attendance that was down dramatically). We've gone from huge camras that took two men and a boy to move around the floor. Slowly, almost without seeing it the shift began and schools, health care facilities, houses of worship and even businesses could afford the lighter, more automated capabilities. This year the show had obviously made the shift. Mobile and personal video took center stage. . . all in highdef.
NAB 2009 Wrap-Up
Though attendance at this year's NAB Show (National Association of Broadcasters) was lower than previous years, there were plenty of great announcements. And with 3D all the rage these days, many companies were presenting hardware and software solutions for users to get into 3D film and video production.
AJA Video Systems debuts Ki Pro at NAB
Virtually instant access to Apple
At NAB 2009, AJA Video Systems was showcasing its new Ki Pro video transcoding/recorder that records files to Apple's ProRes 422 Codec straight from virtually any video camera. Priced at $3995 and expected to ship in June 2009, KI Pro provides virtually instant access to Apple's 10-bit full raster ProRes codec straight from the camera. What Ki Pro essentially does is eliminates the need to re-render video footage to a format that Final Cut Pro understands. Once the footage passes through Ki Pro, that footage can be dropped directly onto FCP's timeline.

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