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This Short Film was Shot on the Canon EOS C200

The Canon C200 is a strange camera. One of the major camera announcements (so far) this year, the newest addition to the Cinema EOS camera lineup, the Canon C200 offers internal 4K Raw recording onto a single CFast 2.0 card in a brand new format called Cinema

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 14 Beta 7 Now Available

Blackmagic Design just released the latest Beta 7 update for their industry standard colour grading software DaVinci Resolve 14, which now features a re-organized system and user preferences, and support for displaying track automation data on the Fairlight page. Among the rest of the new additions are

Samsung T5 SSD Announced Boasting Transfer Speeds Up to 540MB/s

Looking for a portable, lightweight, and blazing fast external storage solution for your creative workflow on the go? Make sure you check out the just announced Samsung T5 SSD. With an improved overall performance, built-in security, and faster read/write speeds, the external portable drive comes in four different sizes

Use This Simple Hack to Emulate Smooth Slider Shots with a Gimbal

The advent of gimbal technology in filmmaking is relatively new, especially when you compare it to well-established camera stabilization systems such as Steadicams, cranes, dollies and other similar filmmaking tools that have become the industry standard and have been extensively utilized by professionals on set for decades. As