A couple of years ago when Blackmagic Design first announced their original Cinema Camera that captured raw 2K imagery for only $2,000 it seemed like a tough act to follow, value-wise.
A decade ago the BBC natural history series, Planet Earth, mesmerized viewers worldwide with some of the world’s most amazing wildlife footage and HD imagery of any kind yet broadcast in HD.
Getting ahead of the technology curve is tough enough under the best of circumstances, let alone 37,000 feet under the sea, in a submersible only 43-inches in diameter.
There are multiple sets of prime lenses now available for use with DSLRs and large sensor digital cine cameras at various price points.
Most video cameras and DSLRs have only one onboard utility for mounting a small monitor, camera light, wireless receiver, or other accessory
Wireless microphone advocates are banding together to push for protections in next year’s broadcast spectrum incentive auctions.
The new MicroPro is a beefier and more refined version of the Micro, which it resembles physically and technologically
Without a clear cost-advantage for tape, the pros of tapeless acquisition become compelling
Designed to withstand modest abuse and is encased in a rugged housing with tough rubber bumpers, which absorb shock and provide a slip-resistant base.
One optical company, 16x9, has taken a different tack—screw-on adapters that attach to a zoom lens by the same threads used for attaching filters.
LEDs have changed the lighting landscape in many ways—from hot to cool, and from tungsten to daylight temperatures.
What makes for a really good field monitor, and what distinguishes an exceptional one from the rest of the pack?
Designed to handle a payload ranging from eight to 31 pounds, yet only weighs less than seven pounds itself.
While such mics been around for years, only Holophone has made them camera mountable, and that company's PortaMic Pro is their latest, most compact and portable version yet.