The Heat is On

Ozer, Jan
November 1998
EMedia Professional;Nov98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p50
Academic Journal
Evaluates Windows 95-based digital video firewire cards used in video cameras. Adaptec's HotConnect Ultra 8945 HotConnect; Canopus DVREX-M1; DPS' SparkPLUS; Pinnacle Systems' miroVIDEO DV300; Radius' MotoDV.


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