BY NEIL MATSUMOTO Growing up with a love of shooting 35mm still film, New York-based DP Nick Dabas did not follow the traditional road in becoming a cinematographer. After graduating college with a degree in graphic design, […]
Usually when a product or technology hits a specific point, you know it is now mainstream. So with Sennheiser’s AMBEO technology now being used in automotive entertainment systems, it can truly be said it has […]
Successful producer, director, DoP and owner of Paper Bark Films Gregory Read is a school friend of David Mayman’s – the rocket-obsessed businessman. When Mayman told Read he wanted to build a jetpack, Read suggested […]
Blackmagic Design today announced the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, a new handheld digital film camera with a full Super 35 size 6K HDR image sensor, 13 stops of dynamic range, an EF lens mount and dual […]
You can see a video and get all the features here. We’ll have a First Look review very soon!
After much soul searching and market research, I have decided there is a legitimate option to again produce a properly paper printed edition of Australian Videocamera magazine. This would not be a regular monthly edition […]
The latest edition of Australian Videocamera’s interactive e-magazine is now available for download free of charge. Table of Contents: To download, click here (2MB PDF)
Here at Australian Videocamera, we recently had the opportunity to interview Grant Petty, the CEO of Aussie company Blackmagic Design about his thoughts on the industry in Australia and abroad. We covered ground from […]
Robb Blumenreder, how do you define audio for video? Where do you draw the line with the professional user?RB: “It’s an interesting question because most would think it’s a definition related to product, but we […]
Available now. For Windows, Mac and LINUX Blackmagic Design today announced DaVinci Resolve 16, a major update that adds a revolutionary new cut page specifically designed for editors that need to work quickly and on tight deadlines. […]
One thing I have learned from this exercise;
if you intend to take shots from a moving vehicle, don’t skimp on the mount
quality. It just isn’t worth it when you have a precious camera as its cargo.
The cheapies just don’t cut it, and will cause vibration at best and break
apart at speed at worst!
As such, I can vouch for those from Hague Camera Supports / Cameragrip with confidence.
Camera Market Analysis and Commentary from Futuresource Consulting This makes for interesting reading … Professional video acquisition is continuing to evolve, as DSLRs and mirrorless cameras are poised to dominate the market. In volume terms, […]
Long time readers of FV^VR and Australian Videocamera before that, will remember we interviewed Stan Harrington back in April 2010. Stan is an ex-pat Aussie made good in Los Angeles. Back then he was promoting […]
by Stephen Turner The Blackmagic Design URSA Mini camcorder is an awesome and professional beast finds Stephen Turner. Watch his video review and see why he thinks so! For more information contact Stephen at www.stephen-turner.com.au […]