Cinematographer Jim Geduldick uses Vision Research’s Phantom Miro to capture action sports
Earlier this year when cinematographer Jim Geduldick first heard that Vision Research was developing their new Phantom Miro M120 and M320S high-speed cameras, he went straight to the U.S. distributor, AbelCine, about the possibility of being the first DP to use it on a project.
Examining the Sound Devices 664 Field Production Mixer and the Sennheiser MKE 600
Something for you to consider is working a mixer with an integrated recorder.
Announced as a dedicated black-and-white version of the EPIC cinema camera, the RED EPIC-M features a newly developed 14-megapixel, 5120x2700 Mysterium-X Monochrome sensor with a native ASA of 2000.
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JVC releases two forward-thinking camcorders for low-budget filmmakers
Adding Internet protocol and connectivity to a video camera isn't a new idea. JVC created the first "streaming video" camera, the Streamcorder, in 2002.
The Blackmagic Cinema Camera
Its origins, features and impact
If you haven't noticed, "disruptive technology" is a term that has been overused in the tech media lately. But if any product deserves this title in the production industry, the Blackmagic Cinema Camera takes the crown.
From Still To Motion
The latest DSLR accessories enhance the next wave of DSLRs
In the past decade, the video-enabled DSLR revolutionized the production industry, especially indie filmmaking.
At A glance: juicedLink RM333
Single-system sound strikes back
juicedLink has capitalized on this by releasing the new RM333 Riggy Micro, a small, lightweight and efficient preamp system that allows you to use professional microphone systems to capture high-quality sound.
All By Myself
A unique USB microphone, and devising a preproduction sound checklist
I was hired by an ad agency to record voiceover narrations for a corporate project.
Canon is welcoming new family members to the Cinema EOS line with two cameras capable of 4096x2160 resolution and four lenses.
Despite the ergonomics, Sony serves up another ace with the release of the NEX-FS700U, offering Super Slow Motion and soon-to-be 4K images
For the past couple of years, Sony has been cranking out excellent digital motion-picture systems one after another.
At A glance: Protecting Your Files
G-Technology offers two new innovative storage solutions
Announced back at NAB 2011 by Apple and Intel, Thunderbolt has been slow to hit the marketplace.
Panasonic updates its popular HPX500 with a lightweight ENG camera capable of capturing new AVC-ULTRA formats
Panasonic's existing entry-level, shoulder-mount 2⁄3-inch-CCD broadcast camera, the AG-HPX500, has long been a staple in news, event and sports markets. But for those interested in cutting-edge video tools, the AG-HPX500 is based upon relatively ancient technology.
At A glance: TASCAM DP-24
Desktop multitrack recording for live events
The TASCAM DP-24 is the latest flagship Portastudio from the company that pioneered portable multitrack recording over 25 years ago.
Room tone, and the Que Audio Q Sniper Kit
Can you tell me a bit about room tone? What exactly is room tone, and how is it used typically?