Adobe have just released an update for their Creative Cloud subscribers which updates most of the applications to the "CC" version. At the same time Blackmagic have updated the drivers for their Video I/O devices to support the new Adobe apps.
Dynamic range is a topic that can be really hard to get to grips with, but when it's explained well, it's easy to understand
Products like the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and the upcoming Digital Bolex D16 - not to mention Magic Lantern-hacked EOS cameras are all capable of producing raw video. Just a few years back, virtually no-one had encountered this strange new format. Now, it's all over the place. Peter Haas looks at how you deal with this stuff in the real world
We're at NAB today - it starts in a few hours, and the first meeting for us is the BMD press conference. It's exciting and with good reason: you can expect some VERY big announcements that will shake the industry to the core
Ever wonder what a Canon 5D MK2, an NEX FS100 and a Blackmagic Cinema camera look like, side by side? Probably not because two of these are the old models and you'd more likely be thinking about a 5D MK3, an NEX FS700 and the Blackmagic camera. But that doesn't make this any less interesting
There's a downside to new operating system upgrades: incompatibility. But Blackmagic already has their software ready to go with Mavericks
There's so much interest in the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, and so little footage available from it, that when some does appear, it is news
We're going to take a much closer look at this very soon, but I wanted to quickly bring you my first impressions.