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Rig Your Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with the D|Focus D|Cage

After receiving some powerful and super efficient firmware updates, the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, one of the smallest and most popular cinema cameras on the market today, now gets another nice accessory as well.The US-based company D|Focusystem, known for its affordable and well-build accessories for filmmakers, recently releases a unique and

Speed Up Your Work By Customising Your GH4

I really like cameras that are intuitive and straightforward to use, the one that you don’t have to plunge deep in the menus to find some basic functions such as changing the shutter speed or the ISO for instance. Many of us are so used to the menu

GH4 4K Color Correction In Adobe Camera Raw – Video Tutorial

For the photographers out there, you’re probably familiar with Adobe Camera Raw. Others, who come from mainly a video background, maybe a bit unfamiliar with the program. Adobe Camera Raw, or ACR as it’s commonly abbreviated in the photography/video world has recently been upgraded to support various

Awesome 4K GH4 Footage Intercut with Canon C100/C300

The GH4 is proving to be a massive hit with the independent filmmaking community and day in and day out we see beautiful 4K and HD footage shot with the new Panasonic mirrorless camera. Some shooters are electing to use it as their main A-camera, where others

How to Achieve A Film Look With The Panasonic GH4

All indie filmmakers put a great deal of effort in order to achieve the so-called “film look” in their work. However, what does “film look” mean by definition and how do we get it? In short, a film look is a process in which video images are augmented to appear

How Much Hard Disk Space Do You Need If You Shoot in 4K?

Planning your feature film production is essential. In fact, one of the most important aspects that you should take into consideration is the hard drive space you will need for your captured material and backup. Depending on your shooting ratio, the length of the material to be shot, the number