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Tom Rayner, the Sky News producer who was working with cameraman Mick Deane in Egypt has tweeted his tribute:
In our attempt to show the world the horror at Rabaa today, we lost the heart of our team. I can't find more words now. We love you Mick
ITN chief executive John Hardie has paid tribute to Sky News cameraman Mick Deane, who was shot and killed in Egypt this morning.
Our condolences go out to Mickey’s family, our colleagues at Sky News and those here who knew Mickey from his work for ITN, where he worked in the Hong Kong bureau with Mark Austin and others in the mid-90s.
Mickey’s death is a very sad moment for all of us working in television news and makes us remember again the passing of brave journalists such as Tim Hetherington killed in Libya, Marie Colvin killed in Syria, and of course our own Terry Lloyd, Fred Nérac, Hussein Osman and Gaby Rado in Iraq.
My heart goes out to the family of Mick Deane.
He was a great friend and my guide for many years in Asia. I always said it, he really was one of the best.
Mick Deane the nicest, the best, the bravest RIP
Desperately sad news that Mick Deane has been shot and killed in Cairo. True gent and brilliant cameraman. Thoughts with his team & family.x
Shocked, stunned & saddened to hear @skynews cameraman Mick Deane has died in Egypt. A lovely, talented guy much beloved in DC & everywhere.
Mick Deane was one of the nicest people I've ever worked with on the ground.Really helped me in my career,a great guy & brilliant cameraman.
Sky News' foreign affairs editor Tim Marshall described cameraman Mick Deane as "a friend, brave as a lion but what a heart…what a human being".