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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

IBC 2015: New Zeiss MILVUS Full-Frame Primes Are 8K Rated!

IBC 2015 is officially underway and what would be a major industry trade show without new lenses. We’ve already seen the SLR Magic announcing new affordable Anamorphic lenses, and now Zeiss just announced Milvus – a new line-up of prime lenses for stills and video work. The

New Footage from the Canon XC10 4K Hybrid Camera

The big announcements by Canon at this year’s NAB Show in Las Vegas was of course the highly-anticipated successor the Canon EOS C300, named appropriately in Canon style to the EOS C300 Mark II, this time with 4K on board recording, 4K Raw output and a ton of new

Battle of the Ages Short Entirely Shot on the Canon XC10 in 4K

Only a week after its official announcement the Canon XC10 has already polarised the filmmaking community mostly with its controversial specs and design feature choices by Canon. Many believe that the 1″ CMOS sensor (approx. 2.7x crop to FF) and the fixed zoom lens with a variable aperture

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