Articles tagged "video-news"

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8K and then some: what the Canon EOS R5's video specs mean

The Canon EOS R5's video specifications look very powerful. We break down what everything means, and what the limitations might be.

Panasonic announces 5.9K ProRes Raw video for Lumix DC-S1H

Panasonic has added 5.9K Raw video output to its Lumix DC-S1H full-frame mirrorless stills/video camera, allowing the recording of ProRes RAW with an Atomos Ninja V recorder.

Panasonic unveils camcorders with built-in live streaming capabilities

We don't typically cover camcorder launches, but a trio of new models from Panasonic caught our attention due to one interesting feature: the ability to live stream directly to video platforms such as YouTube, Facebook or other services using RTMP.

DPReview TV: Did Panasonic just turn the G9 into a GH5?

Last week Panasonic announced a major firmware update for the G9, adding video features once exclusive to the GH5 series. Does Chris love the autofocus? Can Jordan replace his beloved GH5s? Tune in to find out.

Netflix certifies the Panasonic S1H for productions, making it the smallest (and only stills/video) camera on the list

Production houses will need to shoot with specific settings in place, but this certification makes the S1H one of the most compact and budget-friendly options on Netflix's small-but-growing list of cameras that can be used to shoot Netflix Original content.

Atomos and Panasonic to co-develop Raw video for the Panasonic S1H

Atomos, a leading manufacturer of off-camera recorders, has announced that it is working with Panasonic to bring Raw video recording to Panasonic's video-oriented S1H mirrorless camera.

DPReview TV: Panasonic S1 V-Log firmware update

Thanks to an optional firmware update, the Panasonic S1 now offers advanced video features historically reserved for the company's GH series of cameras. Does this make the S1 the best full frame camera for video on the market?

Blackmagic Design unveils the Pocket Cinema Camera 6K

Blackmagic Design has announced the Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, a compact cinema camera with a Super 35 sensor capable of Raw shooting with up to 13 stops of dynamic range.

Sony's new shotgun microphone offers built-in A/D converter compatible with a7R IV

Alongside the a7R IV, Sony has unveiled a new shotgun microphone that, when used with the new camera, offers built-in audio/digital conversion to provide digital audio recording in camera. A new XLR adapter mic adaptor kit is also on its way.

Panasonic S1 firmware update delivers advanced video features

Panasonic has announced an upcoming firmware upgrade for its Lumix S1 full-frame mirrorless camera, adding a number of advanced video features similar to those found in the company's video-oriented GH5 series of cameras.

Adobe's mobile video editing app Rush makes its way to Android

Premiere Rush is targeted at Youtubers and vloggers who want to edit video on the go.

Apple Final Cut Pro X 10.4.6 update brings detect and convert feature for older media files

Apple has updated its professional video editing app Final Cut Pro X to version 10.4.6. The update brings full 64-bit support, a new feature that helps convert older formats and much more.

Atomos Ninja V, Inferno recorders will support 4K 10-bit 422 HDR with Panasonic's Lumix S1

Atomos has announced two of its most popular monitors/recorders will support 10-bit 422 HDR recording with Panasonic's new Lumix S1 full-frame camera.

Nikon's new Z6 Filmmaker's Kit saves you $650 on external recorder, mic, gimbal and more

Nikon's new Z6 Filmmaker's Kit includes most of the gear a budding videographer needs, including a 3-axis MOZA Air gimbal, Atomos Ninja V external recorder and Rode external microphone. You also get a 24-70mm F4 S lens, FTZ adapter, extra battery and, of course, the camera itself. Savings are around $650 compared to buying it all separately.

Loupedeck is now compatible with Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Thanks to a software update, the Loupedeck+ editing console can now be used for video editing.

Blackmagic releases first Pocket Cinema Camera 4K footage

Three videos published by Blackmagic Design highlight the capabilities of its upcoming Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, which is expected to launch next month.

Adobe announces Project Rush, a cross-device video editing application

Adobe has announced development of Project Rush, a cross-device video editing application that consolidates the entire video creation workflow, from shooting to social media sharing, in a single application.

Nisi shares more details on its full-frame cine lenses and launches Mist filter range

In a bid to clear up online speculation, surprise entrant to the full frame cinema lens market Nisi has answered some questions about its relationship with brands marketing lenses very similar to its own F3 series.

Free AtomOS update adds ProRes RAW support to Atomos Shogun Inferno and Sumo19

The free firmware update allows users of the Atomos Shogun Inferno and Sumo19 to begin recording in both ProRes RAW and ProRes RAW HQ right away using any of the nine supported cinema cameras from Panasonic, Sony, and Canon.

Sony unveils FS5 II Super 35mm camera with 4K HDR and 120fps RAW

Sony has announced the impending arrival of its latest professional Super 35mm camera, the FS5 II. Aesthetically, little has changed compared to its predecessor, but the features included with the FS5 II mean you won't have to shell out money for firmware updates like the FS5.

NiSi jumps into lens game, unveils five full-frame cinema prime lenses

Filter maker NiSi surprised everyone this week by unveiling a set of cinema primes. The new NiSi F3 cinema lenses can cover a full-frame sensor and will be available in PL, Canon EF, and Sony E mounts.

Apple introduces new ProRes RAW video format with Final Cut Pro X update

Apple just released version 10.4.1 of Final Cut Pro X, and the big news is a brand new video format called ProRes RAW. The new format combines the editing flexibility of RAW video with the performance benefits of compressed ProRes.

Free Atomos Shogun Inferno update will let you capture 5.7K RAW on the Panasonic EVA1

Atomos is preparing an AtomOS update that will enable the Shogun Inferno and Sumo19 HDR monitor/recorders to pull 5.7K Raw video out of the popular Super 35 Panasonic AU-EVA 1. Best of all, the upgrade is free.

Red gives deep-space sensor dual ISO and puts it on general release

A sensor designed to be used in space has gone on general release from cinema camera manufacturer Red. The Gemini 5K S35 was originally created especially to work in very low light conditions, but has been adapted to offer dual native ISO settings so it can also shoot in normal conditions.

Canon announces C700 FF cinema camera: now with full frame

Canon has announced the EOS C700 FF, an updated version of the company's C700 cinema camera that includes a full frame sensor in place of a Super 35 sensor. This allows the camera to use Canon's entire line of EF-mount lenses at their standard focal lengths.

eMotimo motion control kit motorizes your Dana Dolly for a lot less

eMotimo has introduced a motion control kit that motorizes the popular Dana Dolly using an eMotimo spectrum ST4 for a massive range of control. Together, the kit starts around $4,250, compared to the $15K to $20K of current industry-standard set-ups.

Blackmagic launches 4K broadcast camera for price of a high-end DSLR

Video camera maker Blackmagic Design has announced the "world’s most affordable and flexible professional" camera aimed at broadcast and studio film makers. The URSA Broadcast shoots Ultra HD resolution, uses an interchangeable lens mount and costs just $3,495.

Arri introduces Alexa LF 'large-format' 4K camera and LPL mount

Cinema camera manufacturer Arri has launched a completely new, 'large format' 4K system comprising a camera with a new lens mount and 16 new lenses to go with it. The Alexa LF camera uses a roughly 'full frame' sensor and can record up to 4.5K at frame rates of 150 fps.

Kodak shows off Super 8 camera in first sample reel

A firm launch date is still forthcoming, but in the meantime a sample reel from Kodak's new Super 8 camera has been released.

Sharp's new 8K camera is $77,000

The Sharp 8C-B60A 8K camcorder is aimed at broadcasters and likely to be deployed at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

DJI launches Zenmuse X7 Super 35mm camera module with Raw video capture

DJI has launched the Zenmuse X7, a Raw video capable Super 35 camera module. The camera/gimbal system which mounts to the company's drones features a new, proprietary lens mount.

RIP Final Cut Pro 7: The video editor won't even open on macOS High Sierra

If you still use Apple's Final Cut Pro 7, you have a choice: either you don't update your Mac to macOS High Sierra, or you make the jump to Final Cut Pro X. The older version won't even launch on the new operating system.

Avid Media Composer First offers pro-level video editing for free

Avid just released Media Composer First, a free version of its pro-level video editing software. Surprisingly, it only comes with a few omissions that most non-professionals will easily be able to live with.

Sony full-frame CineAlta 4K motion picture camera teased ahead of launch

Sony has teased its customers with news of an upcoming announcement: it will soon take the wraps off a new CineAlta motion picture camera, one sporting a 36x24mm sensor.

Blackmagic Design slashes Video Assist prices

Blackmagic Design has dropped the prices of its Video Assist external monitor/recorders for a limited time. Prices of the SD card-based recorders will be reduced in all markets, while supplies last.

Saramonic unveils VMic series of high-end shotgun microphones for DSLRs

The VMic Pro, VMic Recorder and VMic microphones are targeted at DSLR users who want to record high-quality audio.

Panasonic AU-EVA1 offers EF-mount Super 35 5.7K capture to SD with Raw promised

Panasonic has announced a 5.7K Super 35 format cinema camera that sits between the GH5 and the VariCam LT 4K.

Fujifilm's MK 50-135mm cine lens will arrive in July for $4000

Fujifilm has officially launched the MK 50-135mm first introduced in February.

Canon premieres Cinema EOS C200 and C200B 4K Dual Pixel cameras with Cinema Raw Lite

Canon has announced the Cinema EOS C200 and C200B, two variants on a 4K/60p capable production video camera that shoots in a new 12 or 10-bit Cinema Raw Lite format.

Video: Journalist survives ISIS sniper attack, his GoPro does not

In this terrifying video, Iraqi journalist Ammar Alwaely narrowly misses a sniper's bullet, which takes out his chest-mounted GoPro. Warning: strong language.

Saramonic launches PMIC entry-level microphone series

Saramonic's new PMIC range is aimed at those users who would like to try out filmmaking with a DSLR and want better sound than built-in microphones can provide.

EyeEm adding video clips to its AI-keyworded stock database

The AI-powered stock/sharing website is looking for aerial shots, food, nature, urban and travel clips. Clips can be from 5 - 45 seconds long and are licensed on a 50:50 basis.

Guardians of the Galaxy team reveals why they chose an 8K Red camera

Go behind the scenes with Director James Gunn and Director of Photography Henry Braham to learn why they went with the RED Weapon 8K.

Blackmagic Designs promises scopes for 4K Video Assist monitor/recorder

Firmware v2.5 for Blackmagic's Video Assist 4K monitor/recorder will bring a variety of professional 'scopes' to the device for quickly assessing exposure and color. Read more

Trends to watch at NAB 2017

Here are a few trends that aspiring Spielbergs can expect to see from the annual National Association of Broadcasters show, or NAB, happening next week in Las Vegas. Read more

Magic Lantern brings 4K recording to the Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Magic Lantern made April fools of us all by going live with an experimental build for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III on April 1st. It's in early stages of development but it's the real deal, and brings 4K video to the 5D III. Read more

Leica launches 9-lens Thalia series for cinematographers

Leica has announced a new range of cinema lenses that is aimed at photographers looking for a classic vintage look and exceptional bokeh. Read more

Atomos introduces Ninja Inferno off-camera recorder

Atomos has released the Ninja Inferno off-camera recorder. It delivers the same performance as the top of the line Shogun Inferno, but with a design and price point optimized for users of cameras such as the Panasonic GH5. Read more

Take a look at the first video cage for the Panasonic GH5

Polish video accessory-maker 8Sinn claims to have made the first video cage for the Panasonic GH5, and our friends at Photo Gear News have taken a closer look at it. See video

These are the four cameras that won Oscars in 2017

Before things got really confusing at the 89th Academy Awards last night, we got an overview of the Oscars given out earlier in the month at the Scientific and Technical Awards including four cinema cameras that helped usher in the digital era. Read more

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