ProGrade Digital has announced a new dual SD memory card reader.
The trend began in 2008 — 10 years ago — when Nikon introduced the first DSLR camera that combined video capability with still photography. Since then the powerful combo has accelerated, now with news organizations reorganizing their staffs to employ “visual journalists” that do both.
Atech Flash Technology (AFT) has introduced their latest media reader — the Blackjet VX-1R RED Min-Mag Flash Reader. It utilizes the larger bandwidth 1,000 MB/s of USB 3.1 Gen 2, which allows users to ingest, edit and archive creative content from media cards at their maximum speeds.
It was a busy October for the editors at The Broadcast Bridge. During that month, we published more than 200 feature articles, tutorials, essential guides and new products information. A reader could be excused for missing some of that content, especially in light of the multiple exhibitions and conferences that took place in the same time frame.
Shooting with Panasonic AU-EVA1 5.7K cinema cameras, Director of Photography Joe Callahan has completed principal photography on a feature-length documentary about wildlife rescue and rehabilitation in India. The documentary, aiming for premium festival berths, profiles the pioneering work of Wildlife SOS, a worldwide organization dedicated to protecting and conserving India’s natu-ral heritage, forest and wildlife wealth. Having purchased the EVA1s specifically for the wildlife project, Callahan has gone on to utilize the cameras for many high-profile commercial spots for GEICO, Alfa Romeo, Tide, Black & Decker, LensCrafters and Alaska Airlines, among others.
Today, the personal computing universe is mostly tied to a choice of hard disk versus solid state drives for data storage. But the differences of the two mediums may not be as clear as many now think.