Tag Archives: digital cinematography

What Camera Should I Buy?

What camera should I buy? This is a question I get all the time, and in all honesty, I think about this question for myself too. I mean, even as we speak, Sony just released two new cameras today. A7Sii and the FS5. Cameras are coming out left and right, so fast that as a […]

XAVC – Sony’s New 4K Codec

As 4K technology becomes more available on the market, manufacturers needed to come up with a way to bring down the size of data that 4K can bring along with it.  As more cameras and flat panel LCD’s come out being able to do 4K resolution Sony decided to develop a new codec to make […]

Black Magic Pocket Camera

I’ve had a chance to go and shoot with the BMPC twice now and I’ve had a mixed experience with the camera. My first thought when I got my hands on this camera was “Wow, this thing is tiny!” it reminded me of the Canon HV20 when it first came out – a lot of […]

Part 5: C300 and 1DC

This is a comparison we have had requests to see. Since we had seen the individual tests during the Camera Comparison Seminar earlier this year we were aware of where these cameras fall but since the EOS 1DC is such a different EOS Cinema camera there have been questions as to how these two compare […]

4K RAW, Log, and Compressed Capture Options

We have learned a lot of key information during the last two weeks of gathering information, talking with DP’s, colorists and industry professionals about the exciting and “here to stay” 4K work flows including the use of RAW, Log, and various compressed capture options for our recent 4K Workflow Seminar. When to use each, when […]