BBC Studios and Post Production’s Digital Media Services team has remastered the BBC political drama trilogy, House of Cards, for a North American Blu-ray release by BBC Worldwide Americas. The remaster was commissioned to coincide with the exclusive airing of the new series staring Kevin Spacey on Netflix.
With the ALEXA XT cameras (Xtended Technology) ARRI is refreshing its ALEXA product line, incorporating new features. The ALEXA XT, ALEXA XT M, ALEXA XT Plus and ALEXA XT Studio cameras will replace all previous models except for the original ALEXA. Owners of existing ALEXA cameras will be able to purchase individual upgrades that deliver most of the features of the XT configuration.
Drift Innovation who make the brilliant HD Ghost action camera have added a great new accessory to the range their Drift TimeLapse. The Drift TimeLapse allows you to capture photo timelapse sequences and is enabled to rotate 360° in 60 minutes. It's compatible with all Drift cameras and any other camera device mounted on a ¼ inch thread.
Attach your camera to the top of the accessory, wind up the top, point it at the start of your time-lapse sequence and away you go. It is fiited with a male ¼ inch thread on the top and a female ¼ inch thread on the bottom; allowing multiple Drift TimeLapses to be stacked together for faster rotation.
Click here to see a clip of the Drift TimeLapse in action at the Volcom Hauling A$ets Mini Ramp Competition at ISPO.
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Capturing The Golden Light - DoP Claudio Miranda
The production shot with six Alexa cameras paired on three Cameron Pace Fusion rigs with ARRI / Zeiss Master Primes. The uncompressed HD data was recorded to Codex recorders. The result is a remarkable cinematic accomplishment that enhances the viewing experience and immerses audiences in a sea of breathtaking imagery. Here DP Claudio Miranda talks about materialising images and emotions on a grand scale for Life Of Pi.
The Hobbit Editor Jabez Olssen had the unenviable task of sorting through the 50,000 clips that were shot for the new trilogy. Add to that the demand for 48fps stereo and you’ve got an unexpected journey all of your own.