Production

We are indebted to several readers for pointing out that Sony delivered another minuscule OB van based on the Piaggio Ape 50 to GlobalConnect in Denmark over the summer.
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  RedShark's reporter in New York went to the "Pre Launch" party for the Digital Bolex D16, and, afterwards, used the camera for the first time. Clearly impressed, here's Peter Haas's report
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Canon's 1DC camera is an unusual beast, but it may be the most significant camera for an important sector of the image-making community
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Courtesy of Brain Farm, a high-end video production house, comes a skateboard video shot on the Phantom Flex, the 4K 1000fps camera.
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  Denmark's NIMB.tv has joined forces with Lundfilm Aps Producer/Director Troels Lund to create what it confidently calls the smallest 4K OB van in the world.
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  The software upgrade was issued on Tuesday, and how we've got the first results
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The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft team has finally released its astonishing and much anticipated photo mosaic of the ‘Day The Earth Smiled’ event, stitching together 141 wide-angled images of the planet to produce this natural colour picture, with the Earth a tiny blue speck in the distance.
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  Texas-based Pentatonix, a slick a capella band, needed to get a video made, but had to change their location at the last minute. The result was astonishing
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  In a surprise announcement, Blackmagic design has released version 1.5 of their firmware for the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera The new update, which adds 12-bit log Cinema DNG raw recording is avaialble now for download for existing users. It's something of a surprise because BMD has been criticized in the past for being slow to update firmware. So although…
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One of the things often neglected by fledging producers is the need to obtain the necessary permits to film in a big city. What do you do if, for whatever reason, you can't get the permits but still need to shoot something?
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For the amazing art, that’s why. San Francisco’s Bot & Dolly is one of those classic companies that can only really exist in California, a design and engineering studio that specialises in automation, robotics, and filmmaking. And when you put all that together the results it produces are stunning.
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