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SX40 JOURNEY TO THE EMMYS
On 15 August 2023, the SX40 was recognised with an Engineering, Science & Technology Emmy – five years after its launch. Adam Callaway, our
Semiconductor Supply: The Current Situation
Brompton Technology continues to go from strength-to-strength, but one area that has been challenging for us throughout 2022 and into 2023 is the
Panels and Lighting: RGB vs RGBW
In our first blog in the series on Panels & Lighting, we look at the differences between RGB and RGBW panels.
With her love of learning, Vivi has become a powerhouse of knowledge – not just of LED processing, but also encompassing the whole virtual
Having fulfilled multiple key roles and led the opening of our first office in China, there's not an aspect of our APAC operations Pokman hasn’t
Recreating Reality: Synchronisation Artefacts
Achieving synchronisation of systems with Genlock, Phase Offset and ShutterSync®.
Elijah is leading Brompton's exciting expansion in the APAC region with a team of 20 - and growing!
Call him a technologist or a Brompton evangelist, what’s certain is that Cesar is passionate about his role as our Product Lead.
Just 24 hours after landing in the UK, Chris began his first day with Brompton in a fast-growing technical support team.
When Neha joined Brompton, virtual production was taking off and live events were just coming back – it’s been a whirlwind ever since!
Recreating Reality: Eliminating Artefacts
What visual artefacts you might see when looking through a camera, and what to do about them.
Rob Fowler has always been a part of Brompton’s history – before it even began!
Our CEO Richard Mead explores the ways Brompton processing helps recreate reality.
When brighter is not better
Brompton’s CTO, Chris Deighton, introduces a new feature, Extended Bit Depth, which further improves the low-end performance of LED panels
What is going on with semiconductor supply?
Brompton’s CEO Richard Mead, discusses the cause of the current supply chain issue and how it affects Bromptons manufacturing.
What is a 3D LUT?
In this blog our Product Manager, Hugh Davies-Webb talks you through the meaning of 3D LUT, Technical LUT’s, Creative LUT’s and why you should
Brompton’s Director of Engineering, Adrian Jeakins, gives his insight into how new feature ShutterSync is a game-changer for those using LED on
Let’s talk about moiré
Technical Support specialist, Steve Harris drops a few helpful tips and tools within our Tessera software that can help eliminate moiré.
Brompton’s Director of Engineering – Adrian Jeakins, explains the importance of centralising control to create a fluid and straightforward workflow.
Why you should seriously consider Dynamic Calibration
Brompton’s General Manager (Asia), Elijah Ebo explains why Dynamic Calibration is unlike no other when it comes to calibrating LED panels.
Benefits of Studio Mode in Virtual Production
Brompton’s Product Manager, Thomas Walker takes us through the benefits of our Studio Mode feature when using it for Virtual Production.
How to make the most of your Brompton Processor
Brompton’s Technical Support Manager gives us some quick tips on getting the most of your Brompton Processor.
What is Virtual Production?
With virtual production creating a huge buzz in the filmmaking industry, Adam Callaway our Technical Project Manager explains what virtual production
Getting the most out of your DynaCal report
Grab some exclusives on how to get the most out of your DynaCal Reporting App.
Bit Depth and Brightness for Film, TV & Broadcast
Get an amazing insight and some tips on bit depth and brightness for TV and Film in this blog.
Tips for great LED screen performance on camera
Pick up some great tips to boost your LED screen performance from basic to brilliant!
LED Screens as green screen replacement
New virtual production methods using LED walls as backdrops for filming are still comparatively new, but there are many great benefits that may