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Panasonic LX100 Shoots 4K Video and Fits Easily In Your Pocket

While Canon are trying to keep the attention of indie filmmakers/videographers/video shooters etcetera with the outdated 1080p/60fps video mode of Canon 7D Mark II, Sony and Panasonic are releasing a brand new 4K camera almost every week now. Recently, Samsung also have joined the party with their brand new

Samsung Release NX1 4K Mirrorless Digital Camera

One more 4K mirrorless digital camera is going to hit the shelves in the near future. No, it’s not from Canon, but from Samsung. The Samsung NX1 shoots Ultra HD internally up to 30fps and 1080p up to 60fps. The camera is also capable of of shooting DCI True 4K

AJA Releases Official Footage from Their 4K CION Camera

AJA Video Systems just released a brand new footage of their long-anticipated 4K camera the AJA CION today at IBC 2014. The camera was announced at NAB 2014 back in April and this is the first time an official footage has been released post NAB, when AJA released a

4K Blu-ray to be Released by End of 2015

Sooner rather than later, 4K acquisition will be everywhere. Along with the high-end professional tools, we already have access to affordable 4K cameras, 4K Televisions, monitors and other affordable 4K tools, and more are hitting the shelves almost every week. Recently, we learned that Blu-ray is getting the 4K treatment. This is one of

ARRI Enables 3.2K ProRes Recording on the ALEXA XT

ARRI have just announced another upgrade, this time of their flagship camera ALEXA XT. In the beginning of 2015, the ALEXA will be able to shoot 3.2K ProRes internally (in 16:9 aspect ratio only) as an addition to the previous upgrade of Open Gate mode which enables recording of the entire sensor active

Editing in Davinci Resolve 11 From Start to Delivery

Many filmmakers are still wondering whether the DaVinci Resolve 11 is feasible as an “end-to-end” editing solution. Beside the essential editing features that one can find inside Resolve 11 such as ripple, roll, slip, slide, extend or shorten edits built-into the software, there is also a whole set of familiar features

Panasonic GH4 vs Sony A7s Epic Shootout & Review

Since the Panasonic GH4 was released earlier this year there have been countless reviews and shootouts. And that’s not surprising as the GH4 is kickass little camera, which was the first affordable mirrorless camera or DSLR-sized one if you will to shoot 4K video and do a pretty

4K Resolution And The Human Eye

We’ve come a long way in the last decade. From SD to HD, and now making a quantum leap into 4K resolutions and beyond, it sometimes makes me wonder where do we go from here. There are numerous improvements required on many fronts, one of them being

The Benefits of Shooting 4K RAW on the BMPC

Shooting raw video is one of the most demanding and appealing features for many indie filmmakers. For many years, this feature was available only on higher priced models like the Red One from Red Digital Cinema. Blackmagic Design implemented that feature in all of the three models of cameras

TCL Redefine 4K TVs by Announcing a $500 4K TV

Ok, so now that you have your 4K camera, what do you do with your 4K footage? You could scale it down for web in 1080p, or upload to YouTube in 4K. Sure, that’s one option, but what about home viewing options. Unfortunately, when it comes to

Sony A7s – Insane Sensitivity and Low Light Test

As soon as it was unveiled at NAB 2014 earlier in April, expectations of the low-light performance of the Sony A7s (the “s” stands for sensitivity) were quite high. With ISO’s in camera running up to 409,600, we knew this camera would blow almost all cameras in it’s class out

Seiki 4K TV as a Monitor For Your PC or Mac

4K gadgets are becoming more and more affordable. We are not only talking about cameras, but also about monitors and TV sets. Seiki 4K Ultra HD LED TV is the absolute winner price wise. It retails on Amazon.com. The 39 inch model is perfect for a second or a main monitor for your

Panasonic GH4 vs. Sony A7s

This seems to be a burgeoning question for many shooters today, who want to replace their old DSLR’s, of for those who simply want to shoot 4K video for the least amount of money. I am in the market for a new DSLR (or Digital Mirrorless Camera to be

4K Has Arrived! And, it is Here to Stay.

4K. What is it? Well, to some it is just another marketing buzzword, but we believe it is way more than just that.4K is a lot more than just 4 x the resolution of your DSLR, 4K gives us infinite possibilities, when it comes to storytelling. From