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Review: Edelkrone are well known for its innovative take on camera movement devices. Chris Foreman takes a look at the latest iteration of its SliderONE, the SliderONE v2.
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Think about this for a moment, when is the last time you saw a film on a screen that was wider than 16:9?
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BBC television dramas have recently come under criticism for dark cinematography and unintelligable dialogue.
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In what was a surprise to everyone RED has just released a teaser photo of its latest camera, and it looks like a very different beast from the company's previous devices.
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The ever increasing capabilities of cameras at all levels is not an excuse to forget how to use light, and why log highlight roll-off is a myth.
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It's easy to get confused between HDR and log. Here's a guide to how they differ and what it means for your production.
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Before you decide to hand over your well earned cash for that vintage lens you've been after, you might not be getting quite what you bargained for. Phil Rhodes thinks that you should be careful what you wish for.
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Do we really need to keep using 35mm as our baseline for focal lengths, or is there a much better way?
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With full sensor downsampling and snappy autofocus, this new camera from Sony is pitched at videomakers with small budgets
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It's just over 60 years since Canon released its first broadcast lens. Phil Rhodes looks back on a history of lens innovation.
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Well, they are according to the ASC, at least. The American Society of Cinematographers was 100 years old on January 8 and celebrated by publishing its list of the 100 best-photographed movies of the 20th century.
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