Remote truck company NEP Sweden used a new type of studio camera head at last week's Eurovision 2016. It was a gyro-stabilised camera head that allowed solo operation of gimbal, camera, lens and tracking.
Audiences across the EU will lose out substantially if the European Commission presses ahead with plans to erode the territorial exploitation of film and television rights, a new report released today at the Festival de Cannes international film festival reveals.
A patent for a 'Multi-layer handheld electronic device' has been filed by RED Cinema's James Jannard amongst others but this is far more than something you can buy from the phone accessories tab in the Apple store.
At this year's show Red Rock Micro showed that they have been busy as the system is now much smaller and has crystallised in to a working package which is already being pre-sold. All the products together cost around USD$4500.
GoPro's end of quarter results were published yesterday and showed a 49.5% downturn in revenue from $363 million and even further percentage fall in gross profit.
RED Camera founder has been teasing Social Media recently by dropping heavy hints about a new product, one that is 'something for everyone'. Was he talking about the general public or is this confined to the film community? Most of his patents are eyewear and optics related, so a new compact laser projector perhaps?
The short film TRIAL was shot on the Alexa and used the Arri Mini to pull off a complex mirror shot. It has just been released online today via SHORT OF THE WEEK.
Dejero's new update of their LIVE+ Mobile App for video journalists on iPhones enables image stabilisation on iPhone 5s and above models.
The 2016 HPA Tech Retreat UK has announced the first sessions in an expanding schedule for the event, 13 - 14 July 2016, at Heythrop Park Resort in Oxfordshire.