Welcome to Videomaker, the premiere magazine for professional and hobbyist videography! Videomaker Magazine was founded in 1986, shortly after the very first personal camcorders hit the market. Since then, we've been helping creative people make better video by providing the latest news in video trends, training and technology. As camcorders have gone from unwieldy behemoths retailing for small fortunes to palm-sized cameras affordable to anyone, Videomaker has kept pace with changing times. From reviews of the newest video-making hardware and software to practical how-to guides on putting together your own documentary or horror film, you'll find everything you need to make quality video within our pages.
The URSA has a “super 35” CMOS image sensor that comes in at 21.12 x 11.88mm. This will give you a 1.7x crop factor when you slap a full frame lens on it. With a global shutter, there’s no jello effect to speak of. The shutter angle can go up to 360 degrees to eek out a bit more exposure at the expense of more motion blur. There’s plenty of pixels packed into the... [read more]