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Black Friday Deals for Filmmakers

You know what time it is, right? It’s the time of the year loved the most by credit card companies, but all jokes aside, this certainly doesn’t mean that you can’t treat yourself to some really cool gear. As corny as it may sound, Black Friday is

Cameras + Formats App Update 3.5 Adds BMPCC 6K and More

Cameras + Formats is a very useful filmmaker’s companion app helping cinematographers and filmmakers worldwide by making sense out of most popular pro cameras out there, their codecs, frame rates, sensor sizes and all other important parameters. Recently the app got a new update, and now the

GNARBOX 2.0 Rugged Backup SSD, Now Available

Backing up your videos and photographs in the field can sometime be a real pain. Especially, when you are travelling without a laptop, or worse, when you are somewhere remote and your laptop runs out of juice, having a backup devices that can somehow reliably backup your

Promos Shot on Panasonic S1H Full-Frame Hybrid Camera

Announced at Cine Gear, the Panasonic S1H set the bar for high echelon full-frame mirrorless cameras that are serious about the professional video crowd. With headline heavy specs such as 4K 10bit 4:2:2 and 6K full-frame capture, the S1H got a lot of peoples attention at the

Music Vine Launches Subscription in October 2019

Picking the right music track for your video creative can be a challenge. With lots of competition in the sector and various pricing models, filmmakers are often at a crossroads when it comes to good quality music for video. Music Vine, one of the leading licensing platforms

Frame.io v3.5 Released with Range-Based Comments

Frame.io, the super popular cloud-based video review and collaboration platform, recently released the latest major update to the platform. Frame.io v3.5 comes loaded with powerful new features such as secure sharing via email with access control, advanced media asset search and filter capabilities, range-based comments, a redesigned

Sony FS7 Price Drop and More Filmmaking Gear Deals

The Sony FS7 price drop was imminent, and it didn’t take long for Sony to slash the price of their beloved FS7, which happens to be their most popular S35 camera ever, by $1,500 – a good chunk of change, levelling the FS7 at the $6K mark!

Short Film Shot on New SIGMA Classic Cine Primes + RED

This summer has been really exciting for Sigma as just earlier in July the company celebrated their 18th anniversary and also made some big announcements such as the new Sigma fp ultra-pocketable 4K full-frame camera, which can record 4K raw; read more about it in this post

Three Super Simple Seamless In-Camera Transitions

When creating transitions, it’s often too easy to get carried away with fancy and expensive third-party packs. Rather than investing hundreds of dollars in digital presets, you may want to consider performing in-camera transitions instead. Not only does using this technique saves money, but it also gives