Production

Panavision’s new set of lenses not only have an accent on creativity and artistic expression but, at T/1.8, they also happen to be the fastest lenses available for large sensor cinematography.
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Tokyo-based post facility Digital Garden was briefed to create an 8K HDR video for a global technology client. This is how they did it.
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With the rapid integration of the Fairlight digital Audio Engine into Resolve 14, does this mean that Blackmagic has ambitions to become a major audio company?
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Currently a big hit on Kickstarter, Arsenal is billed as the first intelligent assistant for DSLR and mirrorless cameras and couples ultralight hardware with an impressively fully-featured iOS or Android app.
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RedShark Replay: Those watching last year's Rio 2016 Olympic coverage closely will have noticed the assembled press photographers were sporting a mix of black and white lenses. It's not just a design choice either.
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Digital colour grading has been an integral part of the cinema process since “O Brother Where Art Thou?” was released in 2000. Why then are so many modern films so flat?
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Bigger pixels give brighter pictures, but more pixels give more detail. So, which is the better approach when it comes to choosing new kit?
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Away from the major tradeshow cycle, there are any number of smaller events that have grabbed themselves deserved places on the calendar and offer something a bit more niche and perhaps a bit more special too. New York's Sight, Sound & Story this weekend is one of them.
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Sigma and Tokina have long held reputations for making lenses you'd buy for your Nikon or Canon camera when you couldn't afford "the real thing" but still needed some okay glass to shoot with. That is changing as new models become more than viable first choice lenses.
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Every so often, we take a look at which gear is getting ready to peak over the horizon and there’s no better place to find new tech for shooting film and video than sites like Kickstarter and its ilk. So what’s grabbing our attention this time around?
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RedShark Review: Brett Danton has been using a Canon EOS C200 for a couple of days now. His verdict? This is the perfect entry-level RAW 4K cinema camera.
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