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At A Glance: Manfrotto Spectra LED Lights

At A Glance: Manfrotto Spectra LED Lights

Battery-operated LED lights for on-camera use on location or as accent lights in a scene

Manfrotto's new Spectra family of LED lights is doubly useful as an on-camera light for event and live footage while also serving as very effective battery-operated compact lighting panels that can be hidden easily in a scene for accent lighting or even eye lights.

The Chicago Way

The Chicago Way

Zacuto’s Steve Weiss and Jens Bogehegn lead the socialist filmmaking revolution

Whether or not the current filmmaking scene is a democratic or a socialist state, one thing for sure is that Chicago-based Zacuto (the name is derived from Weiss' mother's genealogy) has been one of the leaders of the digital filmmaking revolution.

When Worlds Collide

When Worlds Collide

Nipros enables live broadcast shooting with 4K digital cinema cameras

Walking the floor at NAB 2014, RED displayed two of their new DRAGON cameras utilizing the Nipros LS 4K system. But why?

August 2014

August 2014
Featuring a massive 10-inch viewfinder, four-hour internal battery, wired talkback communication, tally indicators and connections, including balanced XLR, SDI and optical fiber, the Blackmagic Studio Camera is built as an all-in-one, economic camera choice for live productions whether in the studio or in the field.

Hands-On With The Blackmagic Production Camera 4K

Hands-On With The Blackmagic Production Camera 4K

The hard-to-categorize 4K camera is a “pro” camera, but lacks many pro features

Blackmagic Design made headlines at NAB 2014 for the second straight year with the announcement of two digital cameras: URSA and Studio.

Go Cine-Style

Go Cine-Style

Tokina Cinema ATX zoom lenses grant indie filmmakers entry into the cinema zoom lens world

With a growing number of "priced-to-own" digital motion-picture cameras being released, such as Blackmagic Design's URSA and AJA's CION, shooters who like to own their gear are living it up.

At A Glance: Comodo Orbit

At A Glance: Comodo Orbit

Twin-grip camera rig enables smooth single-shot cinema

As you've probably noticed, cameras are becoming much smaller, not to mention better.

Micro Filmmaking

Micro Filmmaking

The new low-budget filmmaking category puts motion capture into the hands of the masses

When the Vine video-sharing app was released in 2013, most people dismissed it as a filmmaking application.

Amira Up-Close

Amira Up-Close

Can ARRI’s new doc-style camera capture a new style of nonfiction cinematography?

In the cinematography community, there's cause for celebration anytime ARRI releases a new camera.

June 2014

June 2014
The Red Giant Universe is an online suite of tools and effects for filmmakers and motion-graphic artists working with After Effects, Motion, Final Cut Pro X and Premiere Pro on Mac or Windows.

At A Glance: I Can See Clearly Now

At A Glance: I Can See Clearly Now

SmallHD DP7-PRO LCD

A good field monitor is often the best friend a film crew can have.

Glass Candy

Glass Candy

The latest prime and zoom lenses for cinema production

With high-end digital motion-picture cameras being cycled far more frequently, the window on getting a good return on your big investment is becoming increasingly short for cinematographers and filmmakers.

Out Of The Box

Out Of The Box

Cutting-edge gear that breaks the mold, but not your budget

The resulting innovations allow users to create spectacular visuals in new ways that they might never have achieved with their regular gear.

At A Glance: Sony DSC-RX10

At A Glance: Sony DSC-RX10

A supercharged point-and-shoot video camcorder

Under the shadow of Canon DSLRs, Sony has been creating some disruptive video products in its consumer photo and camcorder division.

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