'Tis the season for camera announcements! Follow along if you can. Canon debuted the EOS 6D at Photokina today, and for video shooters, this may or may not be terribly exciting news. The good news is the EOS 6D is Canon's smallest, and most affordable full frame camera yet.
Canon announced the EOS C100 digital video camera this morning, and those resistant to DSLR video are surely rejoicing. This camera takes the large sensor andinterchangeablelens features from DSLRs and puts them in to a package clearly designed for the video professional.
AMC, the network behind such hits as The Walking Dead, Mad Men and Breaking Bad has created a great viral video project! AMC is inviting the artistic community to submit the ultimate 30-to-90-second viral video expressing what DISH customers feel about losing AMC's award-winning shows. One winner will get the chance to receive feedback and discuss their work with AMC's Senior Vice President of Production, plus a new Canon 7D camera and $4K. Please visit http://wheresmyamc.com/ for more details.
When you ask shooters what they hate most about shooting video on a DSLR, the answer is most frequently the lack of manual audio controls. For current owners of the Canon 7D, audio levels are no longer a problem. The update is available straight from Canon's official site. Additional features include a higher maximum burst rate (25 RAW photos at 8 frames per second), comparability with Canon's GP-E2 GPS Receiver, and added ISO flexibility in auto mode.
I'm a photographer from The Netherlands (sorry for my English) who is making his first steps in making time lapse video's. Because i would like to be able to put different kinds of content together in a creative matter, i would like to invest my time right to learn to work with a good and versatile program as Premiere pro instead of the easy but very limited time lapse applications. At first Premiere pro looked a bit complicated, but after some playing with it this weekend i think this is the right software for my needs.
I am a new user of the Canon XF300, and I have some questions regarding storage and editing of the MXF files. When I store on blu-rays, I loose the link to the XF Utility software, is it possible to re-link later, or is it better to not use Utility at all?