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Shooting for Streaming, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In our last episode, we faced a paradox. Producing a streaming file of less-than-SD resolution using format-native presets in Adobe Premiere Pro showed much better results for HDV source files than for DV...

Trials of an Indie Red Post Workflow 

By Craig Erpelding

Director Chad Bonanno was recently called into action for an independent music video for the band Here Is Why for its latest release “The Getaway”—a project in which Bonanno was ready to have shot with the Panasonic AG-HVX200....

Shooting for Streaming, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

This month’s offering is a drama showing just how far a man will go to prove that he's right (or perhaps, not wrong). What’s in it for you besides the guilty pleasure of reading a desperate nail-biter? It’s called stealth learning...

P2 Safari 

By Cynthia Wisehart

National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dereck Joubert shoots his latest film in Botswana with the Panasonic AJ-HPX3000 and Fujinon lenses. Because the project is slated for feature release, Joubert shot with Panasonic’s 10-bit, 4:2:2 AVC-Intra codec at 1080p....

Shoot Expertise: Backing Up 

By Barry Braverman

For wayward shooters operating primarily in the field, the occasional rushed offloading of a camera’s memory cards is inevitable. Having sufficient card capacity on hand can reduce the need for high-stress impromptu transfers....

Mark In  

Now, workaday video editors have the chance to use some remarkable AI-based music-composing software that allows them to move beyond the usual options of original composition, commercial music, music loops, or library music...

Test Drive: Panasonic AG-HMC70, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

Back again with the $2,100 (street) shoulder-mount Panasonic AG-HMC70. In the previous installment, I evaluated features and usability. Here, I’ll look at quality and summarize the comparison of the HMC70 with the $1,900 Sony HVR-HD1000U HDV camcorder, the HMC70’s closest competitor...

Test Drive: Panasonic AG-HMC70, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

The basic value proposition for the Panasonic AG-HMC70 is this: You get shoulder-mount stability, up to 32GB of SD card storage for AVCHD video, and good but relatively inaccessible exposure and related controls for less than $2,100 street...

HD Slow Mo with Phantom  

Cinematographer Jim Matlosz reports that ongoing developments with the Vision Research Camera are offering an attractive alternative to commercial and narrative TV clients looking for high-speed photography on a budget....

Shoot Expertise: The Shooter's Toolbox 

By Barry Braverman

The times are a-changing for shooters as our imaging tools are becoming increasingly varied. For specialized applications such as stop-motion and time-lapse,...

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