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The First 8mm Camera Made in over 30 Years Will Be Released in December

Posted by Dave Sunter on November 20, 2014  /   No Comments

Last December we talked about the Logmar 8mm, the first 8mm camera to be manufactured in over 30 years, when it was in its earlier stages of development. Well — now, she’s all grown up …

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Animators face 4K film technology ‘challenge’

Posted by Dave Sunter on November 19, 2014  /   No Comments

The advent of 4K and high frame rate films presents a “huge challenge” for studios & animators using computer-based animation, an expert has said. Bruno Mahe, technical head at studio Illumination Mac Guff, said the …

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BMPCC & GH4 Users, Meet Veydra’s New Micro 4/3 Mount Cine Primes

Posted by Dave Sunter on November 18, 2014  /   No Comments

Image quality doesn’t just depend on which camera you shoot on. If you shoot on a Micro 4/3 camera, you know all too well that it also mostly depends on your lenses. Micro 4/3 cameras …

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Panasonic Introduces Two New 4K Cameras That Can Fit in Your Pocket

Posted by Dave Sunter on September 16, 2014  /   No Comments

Samsung’s NX1 mirrorlessPanasonic Lumix CM1 Smartphone Camera wasn’t the only 4K camera announced at Photokina as Panasonic announced two 4K models aimed at the consumer crowd….

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If You Have 14 Minutes, You Have Time to Learn the Basics of Cinematic Composition

Posted by Dave Sunter on September 4, 2014  /   No Comments

(via No Film School – V Renée) A cinematographer expresses his or her vision, and/or that of the director, through the art of composition — the selection and arrangement of elements. This video essay by …

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What Does a Colorist Really Do for Your Films? This Video Takes a Look

Posted by Dave Sunter on September 2, 2014  /   No Comments

(via No Film School – Joe Marine) Colorists are often the last thing people think about on many lower-budget projects, but besides a good sound editor, they are what bring your video to the next …

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New Canon EF to MFT Metabones Speed Booster Makes a Super 35 Camera Out of the GH4

Posted by Dave Sunter on August 27, 2014  /   No Comments

(via No Film School – Dave Kendricken) Metabones has already provided shooters with a variety of Speed Boosters — lens adapters that optically counteract crop factor, increase light transmission, and in many cases even maintain …

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How to Get Your Canon 5D Mark III RAW Footage Looking Like Arri Alexa

Posted by Dave Sunter on June 27, 2013  /   No Comments

(via No Film School – Dave Kendricken) Suffice it to say some lucky, happy campers here at NFS have recently (finally) gotten their hands on a refurbished Canon 5D Mark III. Substances will surely flow …

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The Hyde Park Picture House

Thank You

Posted by Dave Sunter on February 27, 2012  /   No Comments

Thank You Thank you all for the support. We hope you enjoyed the film as much as we enjoyed making it. A fantastic achievement made only possible by everyone involved. Thank you! Photographs of the …

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Coming to the Hyde Park Picture House 26th Feb 2012

Posted by Dave Sunter on February 9, 2012  /   No Comments

It’s official BROKEN will be shown at the Hyde Park Picture House at 12:30pm on Sunday 26th February 2012. The showing will be a charity screening in aid of St. Gemma’s Hospice Leeds. If you …

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