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.Read more
From Canon USA Thank you for using Canon products. The front rubber grips of some units of the Canon EOS REBEL T4i Digital SLR camera (EOS 650D/EOS Kiss X6i overseas models) may change color (turn white) after a short period of time. Customer support for this phenomenon is described below. Canon continuously strives to provide our customers with high quality, reliable products that can be used with confidence. We offer our sincerest apologies to any customers who may be inconvenienced.Read more
If you wanted to see how the 5D mark III looks like @ 720p here’s a nice short shot by German filmmaker David Babendreyer. The entire sequence was shot at 60 frames per second. And David used the Technicolor Cinestyle (link) for a good basis to grade which he obviously did very well. via cinema5D videologRead more
I might be mistaken but I believe this is the first short shot on a RED Scarlet-X. We shot this on the same day as the car chase test. It started out as an acted scene test to put the new RED Scarlet-X into real life, shooting intense, on-set conditions, but in the 3 hours we had it turned into a small short film. Hence there are several mistakes in it which we were not able to flat out because daylight was gone. In the following I will describe how the Scarlet performed under these conditions, what worked, what didn’t work. I’ll call this a field report:Read more
Fellow Austrian HDSLR shooters Nino Leitner, Alexander Boboschewski and their friend Mario Feil got the chance to test the yet unreleased Canon EOS C300 camera. They teamed up to get dirty with it and created an entire short film in two days time (see result above). <!–nextpage –> Nino says they will publish the source files soon. So if you want to play with a little C300 footage and test it for yourselves stay tuned. From Nino Leitners blog: The Canon C300 has much to love, and very little not to like. Its biggest downside is clearly the lack of 10bit output, but I can count on one hand the times that I have really needed that. Canon fulfilled most of my wishes here: – small form factor, light – no aliasing or moiré – increased light sensitivity – EF lenses on a proper camcorder, without the need of expensive adapters – 4:2:2 50MBit codec – proper batteries (they last FOREVER, we got almost 5 hours out of one of the big ones I have already decided that this will be my future camera … it fits most of the jobs that I do and it ticks more boxes on my list than any other camera before. Read Nino’s full review about the Canon EOS C300 here. via Nino Leitner’s blogRead more
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