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How to Turn Your iPad Pro into a Wireless Director’s Monitor

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Over the years, smartphones and tablets have become valuable assets to indie filmmakers. With the different peripherals and applications supported by products like the iPad and iPhone, content creators have found creative ways to take advantage of smartphone technology – whether it be using an iPhone as a light meter or mobile recorder to using…
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See Mini-Doc Winner of Panasonic EVA1 “Share Your Vision” Contest

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“Sage” is the winner of the Panasonic EVA1 “Share Your Vision” short film contest for non-fiction, directed and shot by filmmaker Gabe Dinsmoor. Shot with the Panasonic EVA1, “Sage” is a tells the story of Errika Bridgeford, an activist who founded the Ceasefire Movement, which organizes ceasefire weekends to stop street violence in Baltimore, Maryland.…
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BMPCC 4K vs Fujifilm X-T3 – Which One to Pick?

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If you’re planning on adding a new mirrorless camera to your holiday wishlist, odds are you want to pick one that will give you not only the best bang for your buck but also the best image quality right off the bat. With that in mind and while taking into account all the cameras released…
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RED and NVIDIA Team Up to Resolve 8K Editing and Playback

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Back in the Summer, NVIDIA announced their partnership with RED, whose high-resolution digital cinema cameras have been deployed to create stunning images, however they do require a substantial amount of computer horsepower to render and playback at 5K, 6K, and 8K resolutions. This partnership promises that working with 8K video will be easier and more…
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“Shadow” Short Film Shot on SONY VENICE + Behind the Scenes

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Director Simon Smyth and DoP Balazs Bolygo BSC, HSC recently shot a short film with the Sony VENICE 6K Full-Frame camera. “Shadow” demonstrates extensive capabilities of the top dog CineAlta camera, with impressive dynamic range and low-light performance due to its dual native sensitivity. The Sony VENICE has garnered industry recognition and prestige by being…
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Cine Lock Quick Release Mount for the Canon C200

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Camera cages are undoubtedly one of the most convenient filmmaking accessories used in production as these allow you to mount different accessories to your camera from monitors and lights to audio equipment, SSD sleds, additional batteries and everything in between. As useful as your camera cage may be, any camera operator or assistant would agree…
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What’s the Difference Between Queue and Export in Premiere Pro CC

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After spending hours editing your project inside of Premiere Pro CC, it’s finally time to render out your timeline, right? Well, if you’re familiar with the NLE, you’ll know well that in the Export Media window, you’re given two options: Queue and Export. While it may be obvious which route you should take, there are…
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