August 2017 | Televisual

Keeping on top of new tech is key to your career, especially when you are at the beginning of your career.

Technically the TV industry has radically altered over the past ten years. Kit became lighter and more portable. The PD150's that your university or college has tucked away in the back of the store room, were once the key to a hothead/fix rig style of programming that is so recognisable on our television screens today.

With the influx of new cameras it's wise to stay one step ahead and keep an eye on whats actually being used and what really isn't. Televisual's article, an industry survey, focuses on a few key areas.  The market, HDR and post, making it compelling reading. If you would like to find out more click here

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