by Kevin Alexander | 10th April 2015
by Art Sanchez | 9th March 2015
This is a guest post by Art Sanchez and Miguel de Olaso on his work submitted to the Videolog.
In this article Art explains how he shot 8K video on a Nikon D800 for his mesmerising architecture film about Son Brull Hotel&Spa.
Visit the Vimeo page and download the 4K source to enjoy this video on a 4K screen.
by Tim Fok | 2nd March 2015
The Hedron is a new line of Cinevate camera sliders, available in four lengths from 2 to 5 foot. With a payload of 100lbs this is a heavyweight slider, I was sent the 3 foot version to check out and review.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 11th November 2014
The ProMediaGear PMG-Duo slider is the first slider that has both a straight and a curved track in one unit avoiding the hassle of bringing two sliders to the set.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 3rd October 2014
The Benro System Go is a new tripod that can be transformed into a slider and many other setups on the go.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 19th September 2014
Korean manufacturer Varavon has introduced many interesting and innovative products since the dawn of DSLR video. Their latest products once again show their dedication to detail and usability. On the Varavon Wirecam they use their great Birdycam Gimbal (more on that later) and put it on a remote controlled wirecam.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 24th August 2014
We’ve reported about many sliders on cinema5D, but this particular new motion controlled device that was featured as Kickstarter staff pick looks quite interesting.
Kessler’s sliders, cranes and motion control equipment has become very popular over the past few years among indie producers and production companies alike – proven by Kessler’s recent expansion into bigger manufacturing facilities in North Carolina. Judging from the rental enquiries I receive for my own Kessler equipment, I think this it’s no exaggeration to say that their gear has taken the indie filmmaking world by storm.Read more