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Understanding Camera Log for Video

Equipment

Understanding Camera Log & How It Can Improve Video Workflows

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Video imaging techniques historically, have been a battle of compromise between quality and price point but the prosumer digital video market is finally showing signs of bargaining power. In terms of image quality, raw offers unparalleled advantages because you are capturing sensor data rather than the video stream it produces, however, turnaround time or budget […]

Lighting Options of Photo and Video

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A Breakdown of Lighting Options Available for Photo and Video

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A month or two ago, I wrote an article about the fundamentals of lighting and discussed core lighting techniques used for both photo and video to better understand artificial light both in a studio or on location. Continuing the trend, I wanted to answer the question that so many people will often call and ask […]

Cine Lens Comparison

Lenses and Optics

Cine Lens Comparison: 35mm Full-Frame Primes

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Good day! And welcome to our first Cine lens MTF comparison. If you aren’t familiar with what we do here, I suggest you take a glance at our previous post on why we’ve started testing Cine lenses. For those of you who haven’t been here before, let’s be clear about what this is not. It […]

Equipment

The Biggest Product Announcements at NAB 2017

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Every year the National Association of Broadcast (NAB) holds their conference in Las Vegas, netting over one hundred thousand attendees, and those lucky enough to attend, get an exclusive look into the upcoming gear and tech within the video market for the next year and beyond. In layman’s terms, this is where the newest gear […]

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