Archive for October, 2012

October 30th, 2012

Sony Expands The 4K Market With Two New Camera Systems – The PMW-F5 and PMW-F55

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
Sony has unveiled two new 4K cameras - the PMW-F5 and the PMW-F55
Last week I attended a small press gathering at the new Sony DMPC (Digital Motion Picture Center) where Sony executives introduced the latest CineAlta 4K cameras. With Panavision and Kodak no longer the powerhouses they once were, Sony has been aggressively trying to lock up the high-end cinematography marketplace. They have released an impressive array … 
October 29th, 2012

Sony Artisan of Imagery David McLain Shoots “The Calling” With The Full-Frame Sony SLT-A99

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
Sony Artisan of Imagery David McLain shooting video with the full-frame SLT-A99
Sony just put up two great videos shot by photographer and Sony Artisan of Imagery David McLain with the new SLT-A99 camera. Like fellow photographers Vincent Laforet and Chase Jarvis, McLain has immersed himself into cinematography. With the A99 in hand, he traveled to 73 countries, shooting in real-world situations to create a stunning-looking personal … 

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October 19th, 2012

Open House With Revolution Cinema Rentals – This Saturday (Oct. 20, 10 am – 4 pm)

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
Revolution Cinema Rentals will take part in an Open House in collaboration with Hollywood DI
Join Revolution Cinema Rentals in collaboration with organizer Hollywood DI at an Open House with working demonstration this Saturday, Oct. 20th, from 10 am – 4 pm. They will highlight the use of streamlined workflows to increase efficiencies in the production and post pipeline while at the same time reducing your costs and enhancing overall … 
October 19th, 2012

GoPro HERO3 Black Edition – 4K, Protunes and CineForm Studio Propel The Action Camera To Cinematic Heights

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
The GoPro HERO3 mounted on a motorcycle at GoPro's Land Adventure at The Sonoma Raceway
Back in 1999, GoPro Founder and CEO Nick Woodman wanted to create a camera that would enable surfers to take high quality stills and in 2004, GoPro released its first camera, a 28mm wrist camera that shot 35mm film. As digital technology exploded, the small upstart company became synonymous with the social media generation with … 
October 17th, 2012

GoPro Joins the 4K Revolution With The Hero3

Posted By Clint Milby
Hero3 Black Becomes the Smallest Cinema Camera Last week, if you listened closely, you could hear a collective sigh of relief from the owners of the Hero2 prompted by the release of the Protune, the Hero2’s new firmware.   
October 15th, 2012

Full-Frame Fever – With their monster-sized CMOS sensors, the Sony NEX-VG900 and SLT-A99 deliver big screen results for filmmakers

Posted By Neil Matsumoto
The Sony NEX-VG900 contains a full-frame sensor and accepts both E-mount and A-mount lenses (with supplied adapter).
It’s really getting difficult to keep pace on Sony cameras, which in recent years have released a virtual “Murderers’ Row” of cameras for filmmakers. Just two years ago, the NEX-VG10 was released and was branded a revolutionary product since it was the first consumer camcorder to contain an APS-C sensor. Now, Sony has clearly swung for … 
October 1st, 2012

Power To The People –’s Freedom-1 AC Power Solution

Posted By Neil Matsumoto's new Freedom-1 AC power solution, Inc. has just released the new Freedom-1™ portable AC power solution, a lightweight power system that will enable your crew to take 110V or 230V AC power to any location. The Freedom-1 AC power system is a great tool to power up your lightweight lighting gear, but it can also power video monitors, charge … 

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