Sunday, 30 March 2014
Saturday, 29 March 2014
Trying out the Canon C100 Autofocus…does it actually work? Can autofocus in video every truly work?
Panasonic introduces the HX-A500 4K wearable camcorder.
News: Flovel to Introduce High-Sensitivity HD Camera at NAB 2014.
TV Technology: Sinclair Chooses Cellular Newsgathering Without a Backpack.
Monday, 24 March 2014
Sony PMW-F55 Cameras Capture New TV Series in 4K.
Get Shooting: How To Build Your Starter Videography Kit For Around $1000.
No videography set is complete without a camera, just like no first-aid kit is complete without bandages. These three cameras range between the prices of $500-$700, and will be the bulk of your budget. Instead of jumping in head-first and buying a pro video camera, you can get nearly the same quality by investing in a digital SLR that can record video.
2014 NAB Show Preview: First Look at the Trends, Tools and Technologies.
Saturday, 22 March 2014
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
Saturday, 8 March 2014
Friday, 7 March 2014
Panasonic have unveiled a lot of details about their 4K camera/recorder, the VariCam 35. The Panasonic VariCam 35 incorporates a newly-developed super 35mm MOS image sensor and the company's AVC-ULTRA family of video codecs.
Thursday, 6 March 2014
If You Want to Rig Up Any Model of GoPro, Check Out the New Mount from Wide Open Camera « No Film School
Tuesday, 4 March 2014
No that's not a typo. RED DRAGON is about to get some company as far as 6K is concerned. Chinese camera maker Kinefinity, who has so far produced two cinema cameras, the KineRAW S35 and KineRAW-MINI, has just announced that they are working on a brand new 6K camera, the KineMAX 6K, and a 4K version of the MINI. Check out specs and pricing for both models below.
Monday, 3 March 2014
Panasonic has finally announced the 4K VariCam that they've been teasing at NAB with prototypes. The new VariCam 35 will offer 4K Raw with frame rates that support up to 120 fps. But that wasn't enough, because they also announced a 2/3″ VariCam HS, which can shoot 1080p at 240fps. Yikes.
Sunday, 2 March 2014
Nikon Formally Announces Its D4S Flagship HD-SLR Camera.
Canon 5D Mark III vs Canon 6D: a sensible buyer's guide.
DSLR Video Shooter has posted an interesting comparison video at their youtube channel. Two cameras compared are Canon's DSLRs: 5D Mk III and 6D. 5D Mk III currently costs $3,399.00 at B&H, while 6D costs $1,899.00, so almost half the 5D price. What's the point of comparing two cameras that differ so much in price? It goes without looking into specs and feature lists that 5D Mk III is far superior in almost every aspect, and yet, there's a point in that! And the conclusions drawn at the end of the video are more than reasonable.http://www.motionvfx.com/mblog/canon_5d_mark_iii_vs_canon_6d_a_sensible_buyers_guide_,p3129.html