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ARRI AMIRA Can Now Record in ProRes 4444 XQ With SUP 3.0

ARRI recently released SUP 3.0 Firmware Update for the ALEXA Mini, which we reported on here, and now their industry leading documentary AMIRA camera gets  some really exciting new features such as the highest quality ProRes 4444 XQ recording, MPEG-2 422 50Mb/s recording in MXF format for cross-compatibility with

Canon Announces XA30 and XA35 Compact Camcorders

Well, they may have the output of Sony, but Canon do release new cameras from time to time. This time the Japanese behemoth has some great news for vloggers, documentary filmmakers, and event videographers with the announcement of two new handheld video cameras to its X-series, the

Matching Footage Between the Canon XC10 and Canon C300

Matching footage and skin tones shot on multiple cameras can be challenging, even when all the devices belong to the same brand. We’ve already covered an insightful S-Log3 comparison test between the Sony A7S II and Sony FS7, where the difference between the two gamma curves both cameras provide was apparent.

First Blackmagic 4K Micro Studio Camera Footage

I was just browsing and found out that Youtuber Better Aesthetics Bodybuilding recently posted what appears to be the first footage (at least that I’ve seen) from the Blackmagic Design Micro Studio Camera 4K – that is NOT the Micro Cinema camera, which seems to be quite the

IBC 2015: Sony Just Announced the PXW-FS5 4K Cinema Camera

The sibling of the Sony’s flagship FS7 camera was just announced. The brand new PXW-FS5 has a Super 35 “Exmor” CMOS Sensor providing 14 stops of dynamic range and shoots UHD 3840 x 2160 at 100Mbps using Sony’s advanced XAVC-L codec. The camera is also capable of delivering a stunning Full HD 60fps

The Sony FS7 Gets Full 4K Recording in March

Sony have jam-packed their latest Super 35 4K FS7 with so many features and functionality that it’s getting difficult to keep track. Ever since its announcement at IBC 2014 in Amsterdam, we’ve known the camera will eventually get a free 4K DCI (4096 x 2160) recording option