At CineGear Expo 2017 in LA, Sony spilled the beans on their plans for their “Next Generation CineAlta” camera. Not many details are known at this stage, however it appears the new camera is a bit far away, however what we know today from the press release
Sony F65 Archive
Yep, the rumors were true after all. Sony just announced the newest addition to the FS line – the Sony PXW-FS7 II, which adds Rec.2020 (BT.2020), the Electronic Variable ND from the Sony FS5, a locking-type lens E-mount, more assignable buttons and mechanical improvements to the VF
At NAB 2016, Sony independent certified expert, storm shooter and DP, Alister Chapman gave an hour long presentation on all Sony cameras from the compact A7s to the top dog F65 CineAlta camera. In this presentation Alister goes over the main video features of popular mirrorless cameras
It may be April 1st, but this is not an April’s fools joke. NAB 2016 is approaching fast and major broadcast and film equipment manufacturers are eager to give us a glimpse of what they’ve been working hard on in the past year. If the previous few
While most equipment and techniques featured on 4K Shooters are for the budget-oriented shooters, or aspiring professionals, here’s something slightly different. For the price of an entire EPIC-M RED DRAGON Pro Collection, you can upgrade your existing Sony PMW-F55 from 240fps in 2K to 360fps in 1080p.
Ever since I saw “Leon: The Professional” in a dingy cinema back in 1994, I’ve been an avid Luc Besson fan. Since then I’ve seen all of his films, and while some may not be as good as others, one thing remains constant – he’s a hell
Nuri Bilge Ceylan is no stranger to accolades or the Cannes Film Festival. He won the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011 for his incredible “Coen”-esk slow-burn police procedural “Once Upon A Time in Anatolia”, which spanned more than 2 1/2 hours. If you have not