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There is a good reason stop-motion movies aren’t the norm. We talked with Isle Of Dogs DOP Tristan Oliver about surviving the experience.
Fujifilm has added to their stills to video convergent cameras with the X-H1 which has some high value video features including a 5-axis in-body stabilisation ability.
It isn’t just Ben Kenobi’s name that is surprising but also his rise to his current drone operator status from where he started – the NHS
Planet Earth II, this time it’s personal. Or this time it’s not so much about the grandeur from above but about the experience on the ground
LockCircle is introducing their Kinetics Motion Ergonomics Concept for the new high-end professional Cinematic Cage for Fujifilm's X-T2 camera digital mirrorless camera.
The latest iteration of Canon’s much-revered 5D camera adds a raft of new features, including 4K. Will it appeal to filmmakers?
OR the rise, fall and possible rise again of DSLRs. New cameras, newer ways to post-produce their footage and the onset of HDR might give DSLRs a new lease of life for pro video
Blackmagic Design call it Video Assist 4K but it's a monitor/recorder of the type that Atomos has made famous.
ZEISS has announced the super wide Batis 2.8/18 lens for initially the Sony E-mount.
Although most serious videographers and cinematographers have sold their DSLR kit and spoilt themselves with a new Leica, Canon are still pushing out and refining the tools of the trade.
Canon has launched their EOS-1D X Mark II DSLR but what does that mean to videographers?