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ARRI ALEXA Mini Gets 4:3 2.8K ProRes Plus Lexar CFast Cards Support

Being the latest entry in the ever-growing ALEXA family of premium digital cameras, the ALEXA Mini just got another essential firmware upgrade. The SUP 3.0 version of the software includes major improvements for the ALEXA Mini such as an Intervalometer, Stop Motion Mode, support for Lexar LC 128GB and LC 256GB 3600x cards,

The Essential Things You Need To Know About Using an Easyrig

There are many shooting scenarios and situations where using an Easyrig can be quite beneficial and does make a lot more sense for your project, especially when working with a heavier camera or any other third-party support system. The main idea behind the concept of an Easyrig is that

Basics of Shooting Super Slow Motion Video

Shooting a super-slow motion video can be a real fun, especially if you have a chance to play with one of those fancy Phantom cameras that can shoot some impressive 3,000fps. One can achieve а decent results by also using the overcrank mode of the Red Dragon, Arri Amira

Integrating GoPro Shots with Your Main Camera Footage

There are many good reasons why GoPro is one of the most popular cameras in the world today, not only for the majority of extreme sports enthusiasts but also for many professional cinematographers and filmmakers as well. Throughout recent years, the nifty camera was used in many big

Canon C-Log and Technicolor CineStyle: The Case Against 8-Bit Log

For some time now, cameras the likes of the ARRI Alexa and Blackmagic Cinema Camera have offered their customers higher bit-depths and stronger color-sampling than Canon has put out with their popular EOS line. 10-bit 4:2:2 recording in-camera, 12-bit 4:4:4 recording in-camera, enough latitude and color space

ARRI Announces 4K (UHD) ProRes Upgrade for the AMIRA

It is that time of the year again – IBC 2014 is just around the corner and the world of professional video and lighting equipment is kicking off in high gear. Sony have already bombarded us with an onslaught of new camera releases (probably a record for