Cooke Optics will be revealing their new range of at NAB 2019 in Las Vegas from 8-11 April 2019.
This time last year we ran a rental special. now we revisit the topic to find out what’s changed in 2018.
Cinematographer Pedro Luque shot the new movie from the Dragon Tattoo series with a large format aesthetic, but it wasn’t all about a shallow depth-of-field.
DOP Stephen Murphy explains how he approached this bleak Irish period drama – particularly the lighting design.
A new documentary will feature jetmen with strapped-on wings, flying at fixed wing speeds – but capturing the flight is just part of the story.
CVP, a broadcast and professional video solutions provider in the UK and Europe, has developed a sophisticated yet easy-to-use online tool that offers a visual representation of coverage of lenses when paired with various sensor formats, and different cameras using the same lens.
Very few American films were invited to the 2018 Cannes Festival, but Spike Lee’s latest ‘joint’, BlacKkKlansman, was a powerful exception that sent shockwaves through the audience.
Gun Hill Studios, set amongst the rolling hills of East Sussex in the UK, has been custom designed from the ground up to offer a mouthwatering selection of facilities for both car and commercial specialists
We speak to DOP William Wages and Director Roland Joffé about the look for this moment in time new movie
Fujinon has an enviable reputation for its cine lenses but is now concentrating on a wider market. We consider the new MK zooms alongside the latest Sony equivalent
Nine of the best vintage lenses. Our regular Gear Group this month is all about looking back to make sense of the present. What we mean is that vintage lenses, like vinyl, are more popular than ever as it’s their age and deficiencies that tame the digital-ness of modern-day cameras. We have a pick of the most popular oldies on the market.
Samyang Optics who are making some extremely good value cine lenses have announced a new one, the XEEN 16mm T2.6.