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Blackmagic Design Releases Camera 6.9.3 Update

With the latest Camera 6.9.3 Update, Blackmagic Design adds new functionalities to the already discontinued URSA Mini Pro 4.6K. This update brings the ability to embed custom 3D LUTs in Blackmagic RAW clips, new customizable frame guides alongside the inclusion of multiple language support. The update also

Z CAM E2-M4 4K Cinema Camera Announced

Budget oriented camera maker Z CAM has added another affordable and enticing member to its product lineup. The just-announced Z CAM E2-M4 is basically identical to the existing E2 sporting exactly the same sensor and body. Unlike the fixed mount on the E2, however, the E2-M4 has

10 Best New Features of the Canon EOS C300 Mark III

Canon dropped a serious bombshell on the filmmaking community with the release of the Canon C300 Mark III.  It isn’t that this release wasn’t expected, but for Canon (who is known to usually be a little behind the curve) this is a massive push ahead with a

Hands-On Review of the DJI Mavic Air 2

The Mavic Air 2 is DJI’s latest iteration of their prosumer high-tech drone. It looks like a cross between the Mavic 2 Pro and a bigger Mavic Mini, but packed inside is a new class of features that should take it up to the next level. Drones

Sony FX9 vs A7 III – Is it Worth Upgrading?

The Sony FX9 and A7 III both shoot 4K video with a Full-Frame sensor, use the E-Mount lens system and produce a very similar looking final image in the hands of the right camera-person. Although one might be big and the other one pretty tiny, their differences

Full Frame vs Super 35 – What Are The Differences?

In the words of Little Richard, “It’s not the size of the ship; it’s the size of the waves.” Understanding the differences in image sensor sizes amid today’s evolving camera technology is important when determining the look you’re intending to capture as a cinematographer. Camera manufacturers are

Best Budget Live Streaming Cameras in 2020

When you’re a content creator looking for a camera that can do it all, what you want is something you can take anywhere; Something small and lightweight with good low-light capabilities. You want something you can mount along side your computer rig, but something you can also

How To Expose C-LOG on the EOS R Properly

The EOS R is here to stay. That’s the vibe we’re getting from Canon, and it’s easy to understand why. Investing in developing a new mount has not been easy, but time goes by and even the greatly adopted Canon EF mount starts to suffer when compared