About 1627 filtered results
by Jordan Gallant · Posted 09/02/2023
Bright Tangerine has announced the Misfit Kick Mk II multi-configurable matte box system. An upgraded version of the Misfit Kick matte box, the Mk II features improved tool-less transition from 2- to 3-stage filter applications and a redesigned spring system in the core unit.
Get ready to bring powerful lens control to your camera rig with Tilta’s updated Nucleus Nano II wireless FIZ lens controller system. The updated Nucleus Nano II system is made up of a wireless touchscreen hand controller unit and a powerful, compact
by Jennifer Hahn · Posted 09/01/2023
Angenieux is making it easy to swap your professional zoom lens between Super 35 and Full Frame/Vista Vision cameras without needing to procure an additional lens with the new EZ-3 Series Convertible Super 35 and Full-Frame/VistaVision zoom lens. The convertible feature of this lens makes it perfect for switching between cinema, broadcast, and ENG cameras without missing a beat or lugging a second zoom lens.
by Jordan Gallant · Posted 09/01/2023
Known for durable hard cases with corresponding internal organizers, Nanuk has turned its focus to other organizational pursuits with the release of the Soft Bag Ecosystem. The system includes three subcategories—Photo/Video/Drone Bags,
Which DJI drone is right for you? You might think the Inspire 3 is the obvious answer, but there’s more to consider when choosing a drone. See how the DJI Air 3, Mini 3 Pro, Mavic 3 Pro, and Inspire 3 compare in specs and footage. 0:00 - In This Video 0:44 - Size and Weight 1:28 - Stability and Wind Speed Resistance 2:01 -
Jabari Holder tests the video quality of almost every entry-level ZEISS digital cinema lens available, from the CP.3 and LWZ.3 series. He also compares them to the Zeiss Otus, Milvus, Loxia, and Batis lenses. 0:00 - Introduction 0:52 - The Zeiss Look 1:52 - Photo vs. Cine Lenses 7:19 - CP.3 8:51 - LWZ.3 10:21 - Otus 11:23 - Milvus 12:23 - Loxia 13:26 - Batis 14:05 - Final Thoughts Are you a ZEISS fan? Tell us why in the Comments section, below.
by Stepan Andranikian · Posted 08/18/2023
Long-time filmmakers can attest to the fact that while gear isn't everything, the right tools can make breathing life into a shot exponentially easier and more enjoyable. Today, we’re taking a perfunctory glance at camera sliders, stabilizers, and gimbals and how each plays a unique role in realizing your cinematic visions. Camera Sliders Camera sliders are just what they sound like: tools designed to slide your camera along a horizontal plane, producing smooth, stable, and controlled tracking shots. There is a variety of sliders available
Filmmaker Rubidium Wu dives into the DJI Ronin 4D. Wu explains how the Ronin 4D captures smooth footage, regardless of your skill level, letting you take your filmmaking to new dimensions. 0:00 - Introduction 1:09 - Different Gimbals and Camera Movements 7:15 - The Ronin 4D 11:00 - The Oner Example 18:00 - Lenses for the Ronin 4D 20:17 - Keeping the Flow of the Scene with the Ronin 4D 29:33 - Aperture Control 33:30
by Jennifer Hahn · Posted 08/17/2023
Heading out to shoot video on the run for an e-magazine, streaming site, documentary, or narrative film, and your HD camcorder doesn’t have the professional look and utility that you need? It is probably time for a professional mobile setup with cinema-quality features. Though you may imagine a bit of sticker shock, not to worry, because digital cinema cameras are much more affordable now and most offer 4K quality video with high-