The Pros and Cons of Shooting News Footage in 4K

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David Shapton of RedShark News extols the pros and cons of shooting 4K in a run-and-gun news situation.

He writes, "With most news, you don't get a second chance. Typically, you can't ask a criminal to run away from the crime again, or for a bomb to explode a second time. An athlete who's just run 100 metres won't do it again because there's a bit of motion blur. For news photographers and video camera operators, the camera they choose is the one that they know is going to get the shot. They don't take chances."

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