July 2004
Millimeter;Jul2004, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p33
Trade Publication
Features several equipment and products for video production. "Goodman's Guide to the Panasonic SDX900," by Robert M. Goodman; Cine SpeedCam camera using CMOS technology from Band Pro; Avid's Xpress Studio content-creation suite for digital video production; Horita's Pocket Production Assistant that can capture and annotate timecode on location; 3DLabs' PCI Express-based Wildcate Realizm 800 graphics accelerator.


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