Attaching external GPUs to Thunderbolt 3-laden computers is exciting the big renderers – and for good reason.
The first Blackmagic pocket camera appealed to lovers of 16mm film. The new one could be for everyone else.
Large format cinematography is in its infancy but these cameras are at the forefront of the new techniques.
The FS5 II gets upgrades, including some previously paid for options, to make it even more attractive as a do-all workhorse for independent filmmakers.
You find yourself coming back to action cameras even if you might not want to – it’s just that they are tailor-made for the job.
Jon Shepley from Creokinetics reports on a camera that is almost too good to be true: the E2 from Z Cam
Waiting for delivery of my RED HYDROGEN One (RH1), the latest endeavour for a company that changed the cinematography landscape, has been rather tedious.
Rosco’s buyout of French company DMG has resulted in a new programmable LED light with phone app user interface
With US and UK distribution, this Kinefinity camera is now on terra firma
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
It won’t be long before SSDs replace all spinning hard disc drives in all but very high-capacity, bulk data storage.
For those stuck in a studio for hours at a time it's a necessity to be comfortable. Pick your chair, your type of coffee, your lunchtime sandwich choice carefully. But the same can be said of the tools of your trade whether video or audio flavours. That includes your headphones, you might be wearing them for longer than any health and safety officer would advise.