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New illumination technologies and lighting gear, as exciting as their potential may seem, always face prolonged vetting by a skeptical industry before...

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Test Drive: Cinevate Brevis35, Part 2 

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I know, it’s been two weeks since I left you hanging with the receipt (but not the use) of the Cinevate Brevis35 imaging system. In this episode, I’ll take you through assembly, alignment, and configuration of the unit and reveal the first images shot with my now supercharged Canon XH A1 ...

Test Drive: Cinevate Brevis35, Part 1 

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Like most shooters, I’ve encountered many situations where I wished the 3 1/3in. CCDs on my best Canon and Sony camcorders could produce sufficiently shallow depth of field to allow me to blur out irrelevant sections of the frame. Perhaps it’s the ability to blur out the background in an interview or training video, which hides lots of flaws in the back wall...

Shoot Review: Panasonic AG-HMC150  

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Shoot Review: Sony HVR-Z5U 

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Hot Shot  

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It's 9 o'clock in the morning on race day at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. Twelve members of DirecTV's NASCAR HotPass production team are sardined...

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Brand allegiances play a major role in postproduction decision making, but clients are also increasingly looking past the logos and choosing equipment that can perform quickly and on budget...

Making History 

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Director Ed Zwick says he gravitates toward period pieces (Glory, Legends of the Fall, and The Last Samurai, among others) simply because “historical moments are a particularly good place to find circumstances where the dramatic stakes are so high in compelling stories...

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The Panasonic AG-HPX170 is a potent filmmaking tool with many compelling features...

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