We here at Videomaker love making video. Whether it’s made using a tablet or a Phantom Flex4K, the trade, craft and hobby of producing moving pictures is our bag. So how would we spend our money if we had exactly a thousand bucks to drop on a shooting setup?
With every new GoPro release we have come to expect better, faster, wider, more dynamic and generally cooler footage and features out of the little camera system. Well, the gumshoes at Gizmodo got their gloves on a firmware-updated GoPro capable of shooting smooth as silk HD at 240 frames per second, and the results are stunning.
Dialogue is an important aspect of any narrative film project and is an excellent tool to move the plot forward. More than getting information across to audiences, how you film a dialogue scene can have a dramatic impact on the tone of the scene, how characters are perceived and what audiences feel.
Every year or so, GoPro’s camera lineup expands. More cameras, better specs, greater flexibility and a shrinking divide between pure action cameras and full-featured pro cameras. How does the new HERO4 improve on GoPro’s own success?
Ever wonder how some people seem to just know about the latest and greatest equipment they should be buying? The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is where the world comes to show off the latest in electronic consumer products. If you want to know the upcoming technology trends and how they can improve your business, the CES exhibition floor is a great place to see what's new.
Blackmagic Design today rolled out Blackmagic Camera Utility 2.0, an update to camera firmware for their entire camera lineup, save for the Blackmagic Design 4K Production Camera. In the announcement they also rolled out Blackmagic Desktop Video 10.3.5, an update to their desktop video software for the DeckLink 4K Extreme and the UltraStudio 4K.
RØDE Microphones, Australia based masters of all things audio, has rolled out their largest group of announcements in quite some time, with video enthusiasts, broadcast audio and studio audio pros all being looked after nicely.
Panasonic today announced the DMC-GF7, their latest mirrorless micro four-thirds camera. The retro-styled GF7 is a 16-megapixel interchangeable lens system with a unique 180 degree flippable LCD monitor and secondary left-hand shutter button, for those looking to up their selfie game.