Posts Tagged ‘Cameras’
5-axis stabilization is going to shake up the filmmaking world, get a closer look at the new Sony A7II in the following post.
In many cases, buying a used DSLR allows you to get a lot of bang for your buck – but there is a lot to consider before deciding to drop down your hard earned cash.
GoPro’s latest camera release gives users 4K footage at 30fps and an interactive touch screen display.
Learn why 4K isn’t all it’s cracked up to be in the following Q&A with a few cinematography legends.
For the last few years full frame cameras have been all the rage in independent level film production, but crop sensor cameras offer some huge advantages over their full frame counterparts that are hard to deny. With the recently released crop sensor GH4 turning heads all over the indie film world, the issue is now more relevant than ever.
A recently funded Kickstarter campaign is reintroducing a forgotten photo relic, the Petzval Photo Lens. Known for its distinct visual style, the Petzval lens is now (once again) available to the public.
Thinking about getting some aerial footage? This awesome interactive map shows us where you can and cannot fly camera drones.
Rolling shutter is an extremely annoying phenomenon, luckily for us the following video tutorial shows us how to reduce rolling shutter in FCPX.
In the final installment of our 10 part Adobe After Effects Fundamentals course we learn all about 3D, Cameras, Lights, and using Cinema 4D LITE in After Effects.
Finally, a camera that’s got four built in lenses, onboard light and floppy disk drive. Where can we get one!? Check out this awesome product parody video.
GoPro has taken the consumer video camera market by storm, but is is worth it? In this article we take a look at the new GoPro 3+ and examine it’s cinematic potential.
A mount, dolly system and camera cage – totally collapsable, portable and lightweight. With so many practical applications for filmmakers on-the-go, this Kickstarter campaign aims to change the way we think about camera support gear.