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Watch All The Panasonic AU-EVA1 Official Promos in 4K on VIMEO

Last week, Panasonic released the official promo films shot on the Panasonic EVA1 camera, the “Shot on EVA1” Iceland footage by Filippo Chiesa, then “Radio 88” (Johnny Derango) and “Near to Superstition” (Elle Schneider), both of which were more narrative oriented compared to the first footage that Filippo shot, which

See All Three Panasonic EVA1 Official Promo Films Here

Panasonic just released the other two promotional films shot on the Panasonic EVA1 camera – “Radio 88” and “Near to Superstition.” If you have been following our site for the past few days, you’ve probably already seen the first Panasonic EVA1 footage from a promo shoot in

IBC 2017: First Official Panasonic EVA1 Footage Released

Here it is folks – after months of anticipation the wait is finally over! Panasonic just released the first ever official Panasonic EVA1 footage as part of their official launch films for the camera. This one was shot by Italian DP, Filippo Chiesa. There are two more

IBC 2017: New Massive ARRI SkyPanel S360-C and Wireless SkyLink

ARRI kicked-off the doors of IBC 2017 with a massive new SkyPanel S360-C just hours ago and the show’s not officially even starting until tomorrow morning. The latest addition to the already burgeoning SkyPanel LED family is quite the behemoth – Unlike other tuneable fixtures, SkyPanel makes no

IBC 2017: Atomos Sumo19M HDR Production Monitor for $1,995

Atomos today launches the Sumo19M, an affordable high-brightness production monitor with HDR capabilities, 3D LUTs and touch control. Priced at just, $1,995 US, the new Sumo 19M is perfect for professional film and video shooters wanting to up their game on set, without breaking the bank. Sumo 19M is a

New Sony RX10 IV Super-Zoom Gets AF Boost and S-log3

Sony have announced the RX10 IV, an updated version of their already popular super-zoom, which has been getting upgrades every year for the past three years. In a nutshells, the new Sony RX10 IV has (according to Sony) “the world’s fastest AF acquisition time of 0.03 seconds” for a camera