Lowel Prime Location LED Light Exudes Cool Versatility
Low power, big light
Review: Roland’s VC-1SC and VC-1DL converter/transcoder/processor modules
Inexpensive up/down/cross conversion
JVC’s GY-HM650U Camcorder Review
Getting the story from the field is easier than ever.
Napa Valley TV Airs First Live Multicamera Sports Broadcast in Napa County’s History
Napa Valley TV scores with Blackmagic Design.
Columbus Consolidated Government TV Builds New Control Room
Broadcast Pix modernizes a government facility.
Florida Picks Cisco for Highway Safety TelePresence, Video Upload
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles consists of multiple divisions that promote safe driving across the state.
Network Video Recorders Save the Day… and Night
Airports large, small and in-between face unique security challenges, as they guard against threats that can arrive from both land and air.
JVC GY-HM70U HD Camcorder Review
JVC recently introduced the GY-HM70U, a shoulder-mounted camcorder capable of low-light work that captures fine HD images through an f1.2 16x lens.
The Incredibly Capable World of Modern Surveillance/Security Cameras
Once upon a time, surveillance and security cameras were clunky, low-resolution analog units that were fixed in place, and offered minimal flexibility.
Lighting Options Abound
In Government Video’s June issue, Art Kingdom provided an excellent run-down of new lighting products primarily for studio and fixed-location shooting.
Projectors Add Excitement to Exhibits
When curators wanted to add some pizzazz to a plate tectonics exhibit at a San Francisco museum, they deployed projectiondesign’s FL32 DLP projectors to...
Production Gear Stretches the Limits
Field video crews are already taking into account the growing need to do their work for multiple platforms such as smartphones and social media...
Video Systems Help Capture More Than Just Suspect Faces
Less than 48 hours after the Boston Marathon bombings in April police were looking at images of the suspects in the bombing that was...
RF Distribution Technology Plays Role In Twisted Pair Cable Replacing Coaxial
Government and military installations currently rely on television-distribution systems to transmit important programs such as training videos, command broadcasts and satellite transmissions.
Video Projectors Get the Picture
There was a time when video projectors were big, bulky and not very bright, at least when it came to their video outputs.
Systems Integration Success Depends On Knowledge of a Client
The key to successful integration of audiovisual equipment, several integrators tell Government Video, is full disclosure of the clients’ needs and expectations, including equipment,...
The Talk on Intercom Systems Is Integration and Versatility
Manufacturers of production intercoms have been putting a greater focus on technology that provides users with enhanced integration and versatility.
Small Flat-Panel Monitors Grow in Favor Among Users
Attention is focusing on compact and even portable monitors
The Growing Legend of Sleepy Hollow’s Community Media Center on Hudson
CMCH is the umbrella organization for Sleepy Hollow’s, Tarrytown’s and Mt. Pleasant’s PEG Channels
Commercial Cameras on UAVs Take Flight for Law Enforcement
The military too is interested in commercial cameras for use in drones
Encoders, Transcoders Spark New Applications
Latest systems support streaming to computers, mobile devices
Interest in 4K Devices at InfoComm 2013 Contradicts Trend
Stronger economy credited for increased business at the show
Video Converters Bridge the Gap From Analog TV to HDTV
Producers have to deal with 1080i, 720p, 1080p and 3G-HDTV with 4K-TV on the horizon
High-Resolution, Alert Programs Enhance Security Cameras
With IP video, faces can clearly be identified and behavioral recognition software can sound alarms
‘No Light, No Picture,’ Says Lighting Producer
Photo/video professionals have a flood of lighting products to choose from