The Panasonic HC-X1000 is a small ENG-style camcorder with a 20x zoom lens that shoots cinematic 4K video as well as Ultra HD directly to file formats that are convenient for editing (MOV, MP4, etc.). The X1000 also captures several robust flavors of HD, including up to 200 Mbps for 1080p. The Panasonic HC-X1000 has Read MoreRead More
Mitch Gross of AbelCine presented a brief seminar on the technology and options available in today’s monitor choices. This is followed by representatives from manufacturers talking about their monitors.Read More
“DIVE into World Heritage 3D,”exhibited by Panasonic at Digital Content EXPO 2012, is a system for creating panoramic images by shooting with five 3D cameras, then showing the images using five high-definition plasma display panels. ” In collaboration with UNESCO, we photographed seven world heritage sites around the world. The purpose of these images is Read MoreRead More
In the past, shooting a film on DSLR, meant you shot on a Canon (or perhaps a hacked Lumix GH2). But that’s all going to change as all camera manufactures have started adding video capabilities to their DSLRs.
With all the new cameras coming out, it’s hard to keep track of them. So we rounded up a list of DSLRs (or equivalents) that are brand new to the market in 2012 including several from brands that aren’t talked about as much in filmmaking circles..Read More
David Dessel, owner of the boutique production firm in Manhattan called Metaphor Pictures, discusses how Adobe Premiere Pro integrates in his workflow. …He stresses that clients come to him for his vision and style, not for his use of a particular technology, but he adds that it certainly helps in today’s rapidly changing world that Read MoreRead More