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NAB 2019: DaVinci Resolve 16 Officially Announced

As teased earlier last week, Blackmagic Design has just officially introduced DaVinci Resolve 16 – a major update that adds a revolutionary new cut page specifically designed for editors that need to work quickly and on tight deadlines. In addition, the professional post-production suite now includes dozens

Z Cam E2 Full Frame 6K and 8K Cameras Announced

One of the pre-NAB announcements that somehow slipped under our the radar this week refers to the Chinese company Z CAM which has recently introduced a series of modular E2 full frame cameras with 6K and 8K shooting capabilities as well as more affordable Super 35mm and

Wooden Camera Introduces the Brand New Shoulder Rig V3

Wooden Camera has just unveiled the Shoulder Rig V3, a major update to Wooden Camera’s popular Shoulder Rig at a lower price point which makes it even more appealing budget-friendly option for filmmakers. The Shoulder Rig V3 weight has been reduced by 10% for the Pro and

Kinefinity KineMON-7H On-Camera Monitor Announced

Another day, another Kinefinity pre-NAB announcement. The thriving Chinese camera manufacturer just unveiled the new KineMON-7H monitor which features a 1920×1200 resolution screen with 16 million colors (RGB 24-bit depth), 1000:1 contrast ratio, 325ppi, and 1000nits of brightness. According to Kinefinity, the 7-inch display size makes the KineMON-7H

Adobe CC Spring 2019 Update is Out Now

NAB 2019 is just around the corner and right on time for the biggest trade show of the year, Adobe has spilled the beans on their latest Spring 2019 Creative Cloud update. According to the official press release, the company’s industry-leading applications now offer improved performance, polish,

Sharp 8K Micro Four Thirds Pocket Camera Unveiled

Well, it seems that the 8K mirrorless camera race is heating up quickly. Out of the blue, Sharp just unveiled an appealing prototype of a small micro four thirds mirrorless camera capable of shooting 8K (7680×4320) video up to 30fps using H.265 compression. According to the company’s