Monitor hunting can take a significant amount of your time and energy not to mention that it requires deep technical expertise and proper due diligence to find the best match. Furthermore, from all the available panel types and screen sizes to different resolutions, color depths, and supported color spaces, trying
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The general rule of thumb for video editing monitors is that bigger is definitely better. Having larger screen real estate allows you to see your project at a glance, without having to tab in between applications or having to hide all your necessary tools in sub panels.
I’ve been using the the CalDigit Tuff 2TB external drive as my main footage offload, transfer, and backup drive for the past couple of weeks and in this post I want to share with you my review of this quite awesome external hard drive. The CalDigit TUFF
Whether you are editing or color grading 4K footage in the studio or on the go, the chances are you will need some sort of reliable and fast storage solution to handle your media. To get the best editing performance and fast transfer speeds, an external SSD with the latest
As ridiculous as it sounds, 8K TV is real. At least, for now there is one from Samsung they debuted at CES 2015. Maybe others are doing them in secret underground labs somewhere (NHK), but whether 8K makes sense in 2015, when the majority of the world