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.
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.
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?
AURORA Skycam, a Norwegian film enterprise has become the first company in the world to use the new ME20F-SH video camera to capture stunningly detailed low-light footage of one of the world’s most spectacular natural phenomena, the aurora borealis.
Futuresource's latest 'Living with Digital' consumer research study provides updated analysis of consumer's shifting behaviour and evolving habits across digital entertainment and connected devices.
The NEP Group Inc. announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Consolidated Media Industries (‘CMI’).
Cine Gear Expo drew some of the world’s top motion picture, video and new media community for the unveiling of the latest industry technology and to discuss the latest trends.
Redrock Micro announced Hālo at NAB 2015, a system for video production that the company very bravely claims to ‘Solve the challenge of accurate focus control’.
Technicolor's services to content creators has now been extended to add HDR (High Dynamic Range) mastering for movies, TV shows and commercials. Technicolor are, to a point, playing catch-up with HDR as Dolby has already signed grading gear manufacturers up with their mastering plug-ins and has already announced tie-ins with TV makers like Vizio for their VIZIO Reference Series 65” and 120” Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TVs. A recent Dolby announcement also mentions an initial slate of Warner Bros. 4K Ultra HD Dolby Vision titles confirmed for distribution via VUDU and Walmart’s video.
Fresh from Arri's latest new camera, the 4K MINI, they have announced a new range of ALEXAs that mongrelise from other cameras like the ALEXA65 and the AMIRA. ALEXA SXT gets the sensor from ALEXA, the electronics from the 65 and the colour management from AMIRA.