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The Kodak Super 8 Revival Initiative has reignited interest in the format, but for those that want to explore Super 8 deeper, or don’t want to wait till the new camera comes out in the autumn, Freya Black delves into what you need to know.
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Light makes great images – cameras just record them. This concept is beautifully illustrated by John Duncan's Wild Scotland.
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When and why LED lighting makes sense for modern productions (and why other options may still make more sense in certain situations).
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We consider the uproar over the lack of a low compression 4K codec for internal capture for the Sony FS5 and why it speaks more to our outsized expectations than it does to any perceived limitations.
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Phil Rhodes takes a detailed look at the Sony FS5, a small yet powerful 4K shooter, and considers its place in an increasingly crowded market.
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Phil Rhodes tries out MTF's Effect lens controller on the JVC GY-LS300 camera and finds it a good solution for anyone with an already significant investment in EF glass.
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Replay: Was the DSLR revolution actually good for the industry? And has its decline reaffirmed the advantages larger camera manufacturers have over the upstarts?
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Generally speaking, primes offer better image quality and are faster than zoom lens options, but there are some instances when packing a zoom makes a lot of sense.
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If you wanted an illustration of exactly how good Canon’s 4 million ISO ME2OF-SH camera is, this still from the BBC’s Stargazing Live was recorded in a muddy, dark field and broadcast live last night.
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Nikon announced its full frame 4K shooter at CES and is wasting no time to show what it can do, as attested by these two shorts made with the camera.
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A couple of new consumer cameras from Canon, one which has video specs that may be of interest to anyone looking for a cheap HD shooter.
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