Production

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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A recent blog post from the folks behind the Digital Bolex eludes to an on-schedule release of its long-awaited camera.
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The BBC is very proud of its newest news-gathering tool: a remote-control helicopter
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  Andre Meyer has produced some wildlife footage using a Canon 5D Mk III, the like of which we've never seen
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According to rumor site CanonWatch.com, a revamp of the popular 7D is forthcoming. Here's a list of specs and a possible release date.
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Who would have thought that a year after their launch, Sony would reveal a hidden - and extremely useful - new feature of the F5 and F55?
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Sony have released a major new firmware update for the F5 and F55 cameras. Version 2.0 of the firmware finally sorts out the high frame rate features of the cameras and thus is a must have
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20 Oct 2013

Moving files for Metallica

by Published in Production
Never ones for the understated gesture, Metallica’s latest concert film Metallica: Into the Never fuses a slightly surreal plot involving a roadie with more conventional – and arguably more thrilling – concert footage, all wrapped up in a 3D IMAX presentation. Signiant’s Media Shuttle was apparently instrumental in lobbing the resultant huge files around
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While you may be feeling the itch to upgrade your camera, this timelapse short of Iceland's natural vistas proves that your old gear still has plenty of life
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