Archive for July, 2012

July 31st, 2012

Blackmagic Design Releases DaVinci Resolve 9 Public Beta

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
DaVinci Resolve 9 public beta is available for free download to existing Resolve and Resolve Lite customers
If you haven’t noticed, Blackmagic Design has been on a roll. With the upcoming release of their new Cinema Camera (the talk of NAB) and their recent acquisition of film scanner Cintel International, the Australian company has become a major player in both the production and post-production industry due to their forward thinking moves. Today they … 
July 27th, 2012

Canon C300s Shoot “Departure Date” – The First On Board, In Air Feature Film

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
Canon C300s were employed to shoot Departure Date, the first feature film shot aboard an airline in flight
Canon USA announces Departure Date, a feature film that was shot and edited entirely onboard an airline in flight. Shot with EOS C300 cameras, the film was shot in nine days on three separate flights while 35,000 feet in the air. The film was written and directed by Kat Coiro and tells the story of Jake … 
July 26th, 2012

Sony Releases The PMW-200 – A New 4:2:2 XDCAM Camcorder With Three 1/2-Inch Sensors

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
The new Sony PMW-200 camcorder contains three 1/2" sensors and offers full HD 4:2:2 50Mbps recording.
Before the DSLR revolution, the Sony PMW-EX1 was the “go-to” camera for indie filmmakers producing low budget features, but the compact camcorder was also a solid player in the broadcast television and documentary market. But as you’ve probably noticed, lately all of the attention has been focused on Sony’s NEX-line of camcorders, particularly the FS100U … 

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July 20th, 2012

Matrox MXO2 LE MAX Speeds Up The Workflow Process For FamilyNet’s “Travel Secrets Mexico”

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
On a boat, filmmaker Herbert Kellner edits "Travel Secrets Mexico"
By Herbert J. Kellner (behind-the-scenes photos courtesy of Herbert J. Kellner) Our team is equipped with a 15-inch MacBook® Pro and three Firewire 800 hard drives with a total of eight terabytes. We moved all of the hard drives into a box under the navigation table, which actually turned out to be a big problem … 
July 18th, 2012

Win a Miro M320S variable frame rate camera – AbelCine and Vision Research Announce the “Miro High-speed Inspiration Challenge”

Posted By David Willis
Vision Research Phantom Miro M320S Contest with AbelCine
Here’s your chance to win a camera package that starts at $44,000. The Miro M320S is in many ways the little brother to the high-speed Phantom Flex, which offers some very unique benefits, as you can see in this video below. Locked in a Vegas Hotel Room with a Phantom Flex from Tom Guilmette on … 
July 16th, 2012

Avid To Release Avid DS 11

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
Avid to release DS 11, which should increase your productivity
A few weeks ago, Avid announced they were getting out of the consumer business to mainly concentrate on the professional post-production marketplace, which has always been their biggest strength. Good on their word, today the company announces the arrival of Avid DS 11, which is their high-end editing, graphics, color grading and compositing solution. Formerly … 

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