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Panasonic's P2 was the first tapeless format to take the tired, old workflow that shooters and producers have used for 30 years and drag it into the 21st century...

Leitner's Cinematography Corner, No. 6 

By D.W. Leitner

For projects requiring high shooting ratios in the early 1980s, you could shoot 16mm or try on for size one of those newfangled "camcorders" from Sony, Panasonic, or Bosch...

Leitner's Cinematography Corner, No. 5 

By D.W. Leitner

Stereoscopy, or 3D imaging, has been around as long as photography, at least since1840, when the English inventor Sir Charles Wheatstone, who first explained binocular vision in 1838, fashioned his first stereoscope for displaying photos in stereo pairs...

Sony PDW-F800 Review 

By D.W. Leitner

Sony announced its latest CineAlta shoulder-mounted 2/3in. camcorder, the PDW-F800 ($42,700, no viewfinder), last April at NAB, little more than a year after the PDW-700 was introduced, and production models are now available...

Leitner's Cinematography Corner, No. 4 

By D.W. Leitner

Cinema is scale. Last spring, I saw again Hitchcock’s gothic thriller Rebecca on the towering 40ft.-tall screen of a classic movie palace, Loew’s Jersey Theatre in Jersey City, N.J....

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Many of us have long had a love affair with our wide-angle lenses--the wider the better. These lenses are our daily workhorses...

Leitner's Cinematography Corner, No. 3 

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Exhibit B: the new PMW-350, a groundbreaking 2/3in. shoulder-mount EX-series camcorder that records to solid-state SxS cards...

Wireless Fan-cam Operation in the Sports and Entertainment Market 

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