Because no-one, ever, in the history of journalism, has ever made a joke about Canon’s name – ever – it’s tempting to say that you need big guns to take aim at Arri’s Amira. The announcement of Canon’s C700 can be seen as little else, however, all (terrible) joking aside.
Procam one of the UK’s largest digital cinematography and broadcast hire firms has just announced a new division to be called Procam Projects. This development is in response to the market’s growing demand for multicamera, fixed rig, robotics, mini cam projects, car rigs, and portable production units.
If you're grading an Amazon production for HDR you will need one of these. Amazon Productions insist you use one and no other. A new version of the x300 OLED panel is coming in October with updated software and some new I/Os.
When we reviewed Panasonic's AC90 camcorder it was like poking the bear of the videographer especially when we mentioned the possible lack of resolution. See our review and comments here
Cine Gear has announced the recipients of the 2016 New Technologies Awards as judged by a team of impartial experts at the 2016 Expo event. The panel reviewed and evaluated nearly 100 entries to determine this year’s winners.
The HPA Tech Retreat, a pivotal gathering of those supporting the creation, management and dissemination of content, makes its UK debut in Oxfordshire, 13 - 14 July.
VFX Supervisor ADAM VALDEZ explains how in the latest adaptation of Jungle Book the capture of the single live character worked hand in hand with the groundbreaking VFX.
As GoPro struggles with the expectations of share holders and financial worries, you might want to look elsewhere for your action / lifestyle camera. OLFI is here to fill the void, it looks like a GoPro, feels like a GoPro and is on the way to shooting like one too.
Ex-University of Sussex PhDs Patrick Holroyd and Phil Watten started an academic exercise to see what they could make an iPhone do, initially to help their film making and broadcasting work. The result is Mavis, a £12.99 iOS App that turns your phone in to a broadcast camera.
Nic Hatch’s unique pre-vis technology got its first break on the movie Hugo, now Nic’s personal contacts might include Super Bowl broadcasters as well as video game entrepreneurs. But what’s really ground breaking is the Augmented Reality future.