Archive for December, 2012
The Canon 1DC has generated a lot of fuzz when it was presented at NAB 2012. So far we’ve been waiting for the release of the camera (coming on January 2nd) and there haven’t been any real reviews yet. Here’s a new ad by Canon that shows the camera’s photo capabilities when taking a still from the 4K video it produces.
It’s obvious that there are downsides to taking stills from a 4K video which are mentioned briefly in the ad, this is certainly a feature that should be reviewed and tested thoroughly before making a buying decision....
Don’t do that, better get something worthwhile for a person you like. But to better connect to your camera, you can now do so with Transcends new WIFI SD cards.
WIFI connectivity is something enjoyable as it can make our work on set faster and more convenient....
In September and November the much anticipated Blackmagic Cinema Camera was delayed further due to production problems. Blackmagic Design CEO Grant Petty has now released a statement saying that the issues have been resolved and first cameras will be released next week.
Grant Petty CEO of Blackmagic Design posted a statement on the Blackmagic forum in which he says the sensor supplier has been given the go ahead to commence volume production and they will be working hard to build many cameras over the next weeks. ...
This week we wrote about the very accessible pricepoint of the new Sony F5 camera in Europe. Today we hear that B&H adjusted their new price for the Sony F5 and made it $3000 more affordable.
The official suggested list price from Sony for the PMW-F5 4K Camera is at $19,400. This was also the price the camera went for at B&H until we contacted them and they could change the price to a more...
edelkrone, the Turkish DSLR-rig manufacturer, has come up with a very interesting slider concept. A slider that lets your camera travel longer than the slider actually is in length.
edelkrone’s new funky invention isn’t cheap at $499, but the mechanism is an intriguing idea. When used on a tripod the slider can travel 1.7 inch (52cm) even though it’s only 1.3 inch (39cm) in length.
The way this works is that the slider base has a second slider sled that works in conjunction with the camera plate like a pulley tackle. ...
The Sony F5 & higher priced F55 have generated a lot of news throughout November. And there’s a good reason for that as the specs seem quite amazing. On the paper these cameras can deliver very high quality, up to 4K and have interesting color depth, codec and slow motion capabilities. ...
While most Blackmagic Cinema Camera orders are still on pre-order, here’s a little info on the audio side of the device.
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