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The art of the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera

Published in Technology & Computing

RedShark reader Paul Moon sent this to us. It's a fascinating insight into filming with raw, on a camera that's bringing cinematography to the masses

Blackmagic releases DaVinci Resolve 12.5.1 update

Published in Post & VFX

Blackmagic Design has released version 12.5.1 for DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Resolve Studio on all supported platforms—Windows, Mac and Linux. And it’s a fairly major upgrade for a .1 of a .5 minor point release.

RNG: Turn your DSLR into an ENG

Published in Production

If you've ever had a hankering to turn your DSLR or Blackmagic camera into an ENG style rig, then a new crowdfunded device now for sale from a company called Loggers Lunchbox may well be what you've been looking for.

What we might see at IBC2015

Published in Business

With Canon already having set the industry alight with its grab for the 8K high-ground, Phil Rhodes gazes into the depths of his crystal ball to see what news IBC2015 might have hiding up its sleeve.

Blackmagic Addresses Criticism

Published in Business

While Blackmagic Design nearly stole NAB 2014 with the announcements of the URSA and Studio cameras, not everyone is happy with the news. Some customers are still waiting for promised improvements and bug fixes for their current cameras. Here's Blackmagic's response.

Blackmagic 2.5K & Pocket Cams get in-camera formatting

Published in Production

Following in the wake of a recent update that unlocked in-camera formatting for the 4K Production Camera, Blackmagic has just released another update that gives that formatting functionality to its 2.5K and HD Pocket Cameras.

Blackmagic Latest: 4K camera release update, 4K MFT on horizon

Published in Articles

The industry has been patiently waiting for the Blackmagic 4K Production Camera to arrive. Here's the latest on the 4K camera and other news from Blackmagic General Manager EMEA Stuart Ashton.

While it may not grab the attention like other Blackmagic camera releases, Simon Wyndham reckons that new footage from the forthcoming Micro Cinema Camera proves it to be a very interesting proposition indeed.

Adobe updates Creative Cloud apps

Published in Post & VFX

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.

We're going to take a much closer look at this very soon, but I wanted to quickly bring you my first impressions.

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