In the beginning, the postproduction workflow for DSLR production was simple.
The Micro Four Thirds (MFT) system was started by Olympus and Panasonic back in 2008 for mirrorless interchangeable-lens digital cameras. ...
As a journalist covering NAB, your back is against the wall to see as many manufacturers as possible in a short amount of time. ...
Digital technology has invaded nearly every facet of film production, not only in production and postproduction, but also in how films are conceptualized and financed.
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.
Today, almost everyone is aware of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, so I don't have to remind you about the bomb they dropped at NAB 2012, nor do I have to rehash the impressive specs of the camera, which retails for only $2,995.
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.
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.
At NAB 2012, a similar game-changing event took place. Australian company, Blackmagic Design—mostly known for their video converters, routers, disk recorders, etc.—announced the arrival of a new digital cinema camera, which is simply titled the...
Introduced in early 2011 by Apple in conjunction with Intel, Thunderbolt™ is a technological marvel, a whole new direction for high-speed data transfer, monitoring and signal input/output.