Designed as a flicker-free choice for videographers and photographers working with stills and motion, the HMI F1600 joins Broncolor's previously available range of 200- to 800-watt lights as the flagship model for the line of daylight continuous lights.
Vision Research has released their fastest, ultra-high-speed camera, to date, with frame rates of up to a whopping 25,600 fps at full 1-megapixel resolution.
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.
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.
Offering high-speed frame rates of more than 22,000 frames per second at full resolution, the Phantom v2010 promises ultra-high-speed video capture.
For the past 60 years, Panavision has been manufacturing high-precision camera systems and lenses.
The Media Tools stand from Matthews is capable of supporting computers, laptops and other payloads weighing up to 35 pounds.
Available for Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, After Effects and Motion, the Lo-Fi Look plug-in from Luca Visual FX applies a vintage, antiquated effect to footage and clips.
Offering an interchangeable lens mount system for PL-, Canon-, Nikon- or C-mount (with 16mm coverage of lenses as wide as 3mm to as long as 200mm) lenses, the diminutive Novo 2K is an incredibly efficient camera head design that builds on Silicon Imaging's SI-2K camera technology to deliver uncompressed RAW format video.
The SliceX plug-in for Final Cut Pro X now includes the planar tracking engine from Imagineer Systems' popular mocha tracking- and roto-software solution.
The ARRI ALEXA was introduced in 2010, and in just a few short years, the camera has taken over the professional production space with cinematographers widely considering it to be the first "film-style" digital motion-picture camera.
The PMW-F55 and PMW-F5 camcorders offer a healthy set of specifications that includes 16-bit RAW video recording and an electronic global shutter in the F55 to eliminate rolling shutter skew and flash band effects.
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.
Canon is welcoming new family members to the Cinema EOS line with two cameras capable of 4096x2160 resolution and four lenses.