Production

This blog post from Lytro CEO Jason Rosenthal helps to contextualize the company's recent bombshell announcement of its Cinema Camera.
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The new 755 megapixel, 300fps Lytro Cinema system could well be the biggest leap in video technology we have ever seen. It’s not just about the spec, it’s about what you can do with it.
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The market has been yearning for a run-and-gun zoom for super-35 that doesn't break the bank. Fuji may just have filled that need.
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A look at the recent update for the 3DR Solo quadcopter, which expands its filmmaking functionality.
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Sony’s fun new video for its Action Cam highlights what a strong and robust performer the company’s go-anywhere unit is.
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Based around Sony’s 100 megapixel CMOS sensor, the $32,995 H6D-100c is an intriguing, if extremely expensive, new addition to the range of high-end video/still options available on the market.
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As the industry limbers up for NAB and starts seriously thinking ahead to an 8K future, it’s worth remembering that, in Japan at least, it’s already here.
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Streamstar has an interesting new product cued up for NAB: a rack-mounted unit called the X4 that promises, as you would suspect, to provide you with everything you need to live stream a four camera production.
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SmallHD surprises with the introduction of new high dynamic range production monitors that are anything but small.
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The European Broadcast Union has had the Canon EOS C300 Mark II independently tested and cleared it for use on HD and Ultra HD programmes. It might sound overly bureaucratic, but such paperwork is really important for the way a camera is perceived in the industry.
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In a chat with DoP Adrian Sierkowski, Phil Rhodes delves into his use of decades-old lenses as an antidote to that ultra-clinical feel of modern optics.  
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