Reviews of software and equipment for video production and post.
There’s a ton of industry news coming out of Vegas this week. Here are a few noteworthy NAB 2015 announcements you might have missed.
Using the new 502 Monitor and Sidefinder accessory you can have both a refrence monitor and viewfinder when you need it.
Adobe’s latest announcement — Creative Cloud Next — brings improved color, faster previews, and facial motion tracking to their video applications.
Want to get the biggest bang for your buck? Check out these 8 incredible filmmaking cameras under $1,000.
On the market for new gear? Canon’s line of Cinema Cameras are more affordable than ever.
Pixar’s popular render engine, RenderMan, has now been released to the public. Get the details here.
The gimbal market gets more crowded with the new Gudsen Moza and a CAME-7800 update. Get the scoop with these Johnny Wu gimbal reviews.
With better specs at a fraction of the price, the new Yi Action Camera might give GoPro a run for its money.
Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo are not only great places to start your film financing process, they’re also great places to find campaigns dedicated to creating awesome filmmaking equipment.
Harvard physicists have successfully created a wafer-thin lens that uses only flat glass elements. The lens pushes the boundaries of what is physically possible in optics.
The Sony a7S is an undeniably powerful tool, but there are a few big drawbacks that you should know about before investing in one.
Thinking about buying a new lens? Here are 9 things to consider.