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By Keith Collea, stereoscopic 3D supervisor, The Mortician 3D

3D movie-making has traditionally been a big-budget production, requiring twice as many cameras and twice as much film and data as 2D productions...

A Decade of Vanguards, #3 

By Jan Ozer

I reviewed my first HDV camcorder, Sony's groundbreaking HDR-FX1, in December 2004, and I have shot most subsequent projects in HDV...

Canon EOS 7D Review 

By Jan Ozer

I recently spent about a month with the Canon EOS 7D solely evaluating its video quality, and the results were impressive...

A Decade of Vanguards, #6 

By Barry Braverman

Like the inadvertent inventions of penicillin, the Slinky, and Kellogg's Corn Flakes, the development of the HDSLR as a serious video-capture device was likely no less unintentional. The major manufacturers—Nikon, Canon, and Panasonic...

A Decade of Vanguards, #8 

By Franklin McMahon

During the last decade, 24p—the 24fps rate of film achieved via progressive scan—became accessible and then affordable. Starting with cameras such as the Panasonic AG-DVX100 and Canon XL2...

JVC GY-HM100U Hands-on 

By Bill Miller

I made a pledge to myself a number of years ago that when the 25lb. camera I lugged around all day on handheld assignments got to be too much, I'd throw in the towel...

A Decade of Vanguards, #9 

By Dan Ochiva

Although lighting doesn't get as much effusive press as the latest camcorder, the constantly improving capabilities of LED lighting over the past decade could prove as significant as the latest developments in CMOS chips...

JVC GY-HM100 Beta Sight 

By Jeremiah Fry

Last year, when I learned that Embrace A Village founders Joe and Patricia Clendenny needed someone to produce documentaries to raise awareness about the plight of India's lepers and their organization, I volunteered...

P2 Hits Its Stride in 2009 

By Helmut Kobler

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...

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