Archive for September, 2011

September 22nd, 2011

Tracking a cheetah with the Sony NEX-7

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
This cheetah deserves her blood popsicle
As the world of stills and motion pictures continues to merge, we’ve seen a number of  mirrorless cameras, aka DSLMs (Digital Single Lens Mirrorless), released in the past year. For motion picture shooting, a DSLM system offers many advanges over traditional DSLRs such as a smaller form factor due to fewer parts, faster auto focus … 

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September 12th, 2011

Shooting Through Space and Time

Posted By Clint Milby
Kessler & Crew Defy the Laws of Physics at TimeFest 2011 What started as a gathering of like minded filmmakers in the high desert of Northern California has turned into a 
September 7th, 2011

Sony Debuts The F65 In Hollywood

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
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Right before its launch at IBC in Amsterdam this weekend, Sony Electronics debuted its new flagship CineAlta high-def camera – the F65. Just on specs alone, the camera will set a new standard for high-end digital cinema camera systems. The F65 delivers true 4K resolution at 4025 x 2160 and can output 16-bit Linear RAW … 
September 6th, 2011

Guess Who’s Back?

Posted By Neil Matsumoto's not exactly new
The backlash against Final Cut Pro X amongst the professional community is still going strong. If you haven’t heard, since its release, professional editors and post-production facilities have been railing against Apple’s new NLE system non-stop, charging that FCP X is more like iMovie Pro rather than an update of Final Cut Pro 7. But … 

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