The first production to use ARRI Rental’s ALEXA 65 large format digital camera system has hit theaters: Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.
DoP Kramer Morgenthau is one of the lucky few who bestride the twin disciplines of movie and television.
The virtual editing system of Forscene continues to tease editors with its promise of hardware-free editing using cloud-computing and a standard Internet connection.
Canon has introduced their first multi-purpose or remote cameras as long as your purpose isn't 4k production as it's only offered in high definition.
11 years ago the BBC's massive Planet Earth project was deep into production and was using the 720p Panasonic Varicam.
Nokia today announced OZO, their first commercially available virtual reality (VR) camera designed and built for professional content creators.
One of the smallest 'personal drones' is the Micro Drone which is now gathering pledges for their 3.0 model on Indiegogo - as of today they have reached $1,614, 632 and that's in a month.
Ikegami has bucked the trend and launched an HD-only camera for IBC 2015, just when we thought HD-only products were a thing of the past.
You’ve unpacked your new drone, you’ve read the manual, it’s charged up, the weather’s great, you’re ready to go right? Well, no, just hang on.
Helicopter Film Services (HFS) recently launched their Drone and ARRI Alexa Mini package to help the winner at the Sheffield documentary festival.