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Reviewer: D. W. Leitner

Mention video I/O for the Mac, and chances are Kona card will enter the conversation even among production people who know little about Mac-based editing...

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Beta Sight: Quantel Pablo 4K with Stereoscopic 3D  

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The recent upswing in 3D production presented a new set of challenges for FotoKem. We wanted to maintain our level of service...

Special OPS 

By Kristinha M. Anding

There's Something Very Mission: Impossible about the Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS), a Boulder, Colo.-based nonprofit that creates films about the decline of the Earth's oceans — and stops at virtually nothing to get a good shot...

Beta Sight: Red Digital Cinema Red One  

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By Michael Goldman

Although Iron Man arrives to cinemas largely stereotyped as another big-budget popcorn movie, the character affectionately known as Shell Head to comic-book...

Taming the Wild Ocean 

By Craig Erpelding

Since the advent of the moving picture, it has been innate in the soul of cinematographers to push the boundaries of the latest camera technologies. DP D.J. Roller, a certified diver having submerged in the waters surrounding all seven continents and founder of Liquid Pictures, is no anomaly as he continues to push the durability limits of a Fujinon glass-outfitted Cameron/Pace Fusion 3D camera system....

Test Drive: External Drive Connections, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

This month’s segment is about external drives for DV and HDV editing. In the last segment, I identified the characteristics of the technologies you should be considering, and in this segment, I’ll discuss the results of my testing...

DP Michael Bonvillain on Shooting Cloverfield 

The strategically designed frenetic pace of the photography seen in the new Matt Reeves-directed monster movie Cloverfield relied heavily on a mixture of high-definition cameras and lower-end prosumer digital systems, as well. They were used by cinematographer Michael Bonvillain ...

Test Drive: External Drive Connections, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

While most Core 2 Duo-based notebooks have enough horsepower for serious video editing, few have the disk space for even moderately long projects. If you’re editing on the road, this means getting an external hard drive that’s fast enough to keep up with your editing, but won’t weigh you down. Fortunately, there’s lots of good things happening in this market in terms of speed, size, and costs...

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