First shipping is a critical time in the history of any product. Here we learn about the state of play with the Digital Bolex D16 as it prepares to ship this week

Peter Pan Bakery Resmastered

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One of the first documentaries to be made on the Digital Bolex has been remastered for the Brooklyn Film Festival

This year's NAB show has proved to be an interesting one for Digital Bolex, and perhaps not in a way that they would have wanted. With Blackmagic announcing (out of the blue!) their Pocket Cinema Camera - essentially at 16mm digital cinema camera - the "digital 16mm" space is now alive with competition

When I shot on the D16 last year with Joe and Elle in New York City's Central Park, I was able to get an initial impression of the camera (which I wrote about here.) Now that cameras are shipping to KickStarter backers, I was able to get my hands on one and take to the streets to start shooting!

Digital Bolex: First video of actual camera

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The first video showing the actual body of the Digital Bolex D16 has arrived. It's another piece of evidence that this camera might actually become a commercial product

Digital Bolex unveils a set of c-mount prime lenses that are as unique as the Bolex itself

We're giving a lot of space to the Digital Bolex project because it's genuinely different and original. And the news keeps coming, and it's getting weirder, but still plausible. In fact there are such dramatic ideas coming from the little Kickstarter company that you have to begin to wonder how much it's going to change the world of video

Digital Bolex: Actual body revealed in detail

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More breaking Digital Bolex coverage: detailed pictures of the actual D16 body

Freya Black on the strange case of Sir David Attenborough, his seminal 'Zoo Quest' natural history production from the 1950s, and some recently unearthed colour 16mm footage.

Film is probably the most powerful way to record history. And when you see colour film from an era that you've previously only seen in black and white it's a revelation.  Even the most mundane things become objects of fascination

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