Last August, director Wes Anderson (The Royal Tenenbaums and Life Aquatic) asked me to shoot the behind-the-scenes show for his latest feature project,
NAB2007 marked a watershed event in the annals of HD cameras and support. The advent of efficient IT-oriented camera systems was certainly a part of it.
For us road warrior shooters who spend most of our lives on airplanes, the hassle of transporting gear has reached epic proportions. The situation has
It's a noble thought to be sure to see what we're actually doing. For shooters, one would think this should be a given in a business where seeing is everything.
Low-light performance and noise issues have been addressed in the latest Panasonic VariCam model — the AJ-HDC27H
For shooters grappling nobly to make sense of, let alone make a living in, the HD morass, the Panasonic HPX500 is a practical option. Delivering better
NAB was particularly unnerving this year, and I'm not just talking about the hour-long wait for overpriced coffee in the convention center Starbucks.
An arcane camera reference chart, with its cryptic patterns and shapes interspersed with swatches of colour, can be useful for some professional shooters.
Canon's XL H1 camcorder has been shipping for more than nine months, and has stood the test of time. Compared to competing HD/HDV models, it offers excellent
For broadcast shooters, the simple camera chart has become a vital, indispensable tool that provides the foundation upon which we can apply every aspect of our craft.
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