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IBC 2017 – Have manufacturers stopped playing the numbers game?

By noreply@redsharknews.com (Phil Rhodes)

Did this years show mark an end to the numbers game?

Playing with numbers: This years IBC, while not giving us wall to wall announcements, was possibly a coming of age for the promotion of new technology, with an emphasis on benefits and usability rather than bombarding us with complex numbers and figures. Phil Rhodes gives us his verdict on IBC 2017.

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    Video game graphics are now good enough to train AI systems without reference to the real world

    By noreply@redsharknews.com (Phil Rhodes)

    There's a lot going on with artificial intelligence learning

    RedShark at IBC 2017: AI will take over the world, and cameras are now all very good. This might seem like a statement of the obvious, but a measure of how far things have come can be seen by the latest developments. Phil Rhodes gives us his roundup of day three at IBC.

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      High powered LED lights trend at this years IBC.

      By noreply@redsharknews.com (Phil Rhodes)

      Larger more versatile LED lights are on their way

      RedShark at IBC 2017: Let there be light. Phil Rhodes’s takes a look at some of the developments in LED lighting, and the new products being shown at this years show.

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      • Aputure
      • Cineo
      • Skypanel S360
      • Quantum C80

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        You really do still need a light meter

        By noreply@redsharknews.com (Phil Rhodes)

        A light meter is still one of the most important tools in your bag

        The apparent convenience of shooting digital has meant that the humble light meter has taken a bit of a popularity hit of late. But as Phil Rhodes writes, they are in fact still one of the most valuable tools in the bag.

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          Can you really tell the difference between film and digital? [Opinion]

          By noreply@redsharknews.com (Simon Wyndham)

          Film still has its fans, but should there even be a debate about the medium we use?

          Phil Rhodes’ recent article on whether we are unnecessarily complicating the digital workflow triggered a huge range of responses in the comments. But one aspect that kept coming back to light was whether film really is still better than digital.

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