4K In The Real World
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 offers a plethora of pro video features
The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4 camera began making waves well before it was released.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
The 4K Consumer Shooter
At $4,499, is Sony’s FDR-AX1 the most important camera in the 4K push?
Although the 4K RED ONE was released way back in 2007, Sony has been one of the leading companies behind the 4K push, launching 4K digital cinema cameras like the F65, F55 and F5 for high-end motion pictures.
On The Move
A first look at ARRI’s new shoulder-mount, documentary-style camera, the AMIRA
It's no secret that the ARRI ALEXA is a well-executed digital cinema camera that has become a favorite for projects as diverse as blockbuster theatrical releases and popular television series over the past few years.
Not much bigger than a smartphone, the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera contains a secret weapon
For two straight years, Australian-based company Blackmagic Design stole the show at NAB.
Why Micro Four Thirds is a good option for low-budget filmmakers
The Micro Four Thirds (MFT) system was started by Olympus and Panasonic back in 2008 for mirrorless interchangeable-lens digital cameras.
The Canon EOS C500’s multiple formats should have you covered now and into the future
2013 has been the year of 4K, and if you believe all of the marketing hype, you can't be a serious filmmaker if you're not shooting 4K.
Camera chase car innovations bring speed, agility and control to filmmakers
When you see a motion picture or commercial, often there are sequences that beg you to ask the question, "How did they do that?"
The World On Your Shoulder
New ENG cameras from the big three manufacturers reveal convergence and divergence
Let's take a look at what Panasonic, Sony and JVC have just introduced for the ENG camera class of 2013.
Canon EOS 70D
Canon’s revolutionary new autofocus system will change the way DSLR filmmakers shoot on the fly
I've said this many times, but achieving critical focus is probably the hardest learning curve to master in filmmaking.