Production

Once solely the preserve of productions with decent budgets, modern technology now allows anyone to effectively light a historical period piece. Neil Oseman gives some effective tips on how to do it.
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Roland Denning continues his series on some of the most influential cameras ever made. This time around he take a look back at the Mitchell BNC, a camera that influenced filmmaking right up to the present day.
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Fujifilm's new camera puts video capabilities firmly in its sights with DCI 4K resolution, film simulation, and 200Mbps recording.
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Can artificial intelligence ever fully replace a human video editor? Jim Tierney, President of Digital Anarchy thinks it's usage may be more assistive than as an outright replacement.
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Phil Rhodes explains why filmmakers graduate towards "proper" cinema lenses in his review of the new Schneider Cinema Primes.
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What’s better than one Red Weapon Monstro 8K VV camera? If obtaining large-format IMAX quality aerials over New York is your aim, the answer is three of them of course!
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For those who are after the ultimate in stills optics, Sigma has just announced a new 14-24mm addition to the Art lens lineup that makes claim to have almost zero distortion.
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The new Lumix GX9 from Panasonic looks set to build on the success of its compact camera range with much improved stabilisation, 4K photo mode and much more. Panasonic has introduced a new compact in its Lumix range targeting wannabe paparazzi and discrete street photographers. Given a sleek profile the DC-GX9 is rigged with features for run and gun reportage…
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HDR is certainly catching on quickly, but there remains some challenges to the workflow to be ironed out. Ned Soltz gives us his feedback on his experiences with the latest NLE releases.
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Think you know what anamorphic means? Phil Rhodes takes us through the mysterious world of none square pixels and cliched lense flares. 
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We take video imaging for granted. But the pioneers didn't have things so easy. How on earth were images created before the CDD? Phil Rhodes tells all. 
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