Production

Cinegear is proving to be one of the go-to events of the year. Here's why you should be putting it firmly into your diary!
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The plethora of filters and other processes around now such as shooting RAW and creating a look in post can fool some people into thinking that lighting can effectively be done in post. Neil Oseman vehemantly disagrees.
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The Canon EOS C200 is a great camera for all types of shoot. Here are some great tips on how to get the best from it as well as making your life easier!
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Working from home might seem ideal. But in the world of video it can create some serious drawbacks. Arthur Ditner tells us why he thinks home working is a bad idea.
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Bright Tangerine are building a reputation for high end accessories such as matte boxes. The company took us through its range at this years Cinegear expo.
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Fujifilm in conjunction with Musashi Optical Systems have announced a tele-extender which expands the  Super-35 image circle of the Fujinon Premier and Cabrio PL-mount lenses to cover larger sensors.
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ProRes RAW is a hot topic right now. When we caught up with the guys from Atomos at Cinegear 2018 they spelled out the advantages for us.
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Review: LumaFusion from Luma Touch is positioning itself as the most powerful editing system for mobile devices yet seen. We take a look and tap into its potential.
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The Production Show in London is one of the major events on the UK calendar. Phil Rhodes went walkabout there and here's what he found.
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Kinefinity is a company that is slowly, but surely making a name for itself in the world of indie filmmaking. From an unknown Chinese startup, the company is now producing some very well regarded products. The latest of these is the MAVO Cine Camera.
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Sony's DCR-VX1000 was truly revolutionary for its time. We look back on the original DV camera and its effect on broadcasters, particularly at the BBC.
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