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Sigma has finally revealed its full UK price list for its complete cinema lens range, including the new 14mm and 135mm T2 full-frame primes which will be available this month. Sigma's information says:

Ground-breaking cinema camera maker Red aims to revolutionise the smartphone market with Hydrogen One, an Android phone device with a 5.7" display that will integrate with its video cameras as a monitor and user interface for Scarlet, Weapon and Epics. But the biggest news is the screen which Red says is not just a traditional 2D display but a 3D, VR, AR and holographic display that you won't need 3D glasses to view.

There will be a full range of accessories which will allow the device to capture high quality motion and still images, and holographic images. Although there aren't many technical details available, apart from it will charge via a USB-C slot and take MicroSD cards, the Red Hydrogen One will go on sale this autumn at $1195 for the aluminium version and $1595 in titanium as special pre-order prices. They will ship early in 2018. The official information says: 

The mega-size Atomos Sumo monitor, revealed at the recent NAB show in Las Vegas, will be hitting the shops sooner than initially thought with stocks arriving imminently. The official information says:

Sponsored promotion: If you want incredible 4K video quality at 60fps, then the YI 4K+ looks like the kit you've been waiting for:

The amazing Blackmagic Ursa Mini Pro that we test in the latest Pro Moviemaker magazine gets a free upgrade from today as there's a new Camera Control remote control app available in the Apple App store. Users of the camera need to upgrade to Camera 4.4 firmware free of charge from the Blackmagic Design website to enable the camera's built-in Bluetooth which has so far not been enabled. Then download the Blackmagic Camera Control iPad app from the Apple app store. The official info says:

Sponsored promotion: Contour’s revolutionary RollerMouse is not just a fantastic tool packed with functionality for film editors but it’s also been ergonomically designed to offer protection from conditions such as RSI.

Atomos has slashed the price of its Shogun Studio rack-mounted recorder and playback deck to £2395 in the UK and $2495 in US markets. The official information says:

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