Fusion 8, the free version of the visual effects and motion graphics software, is now available to download from the Blackmagic Design website as a public beta. Previously a Windows-only product, this public beta marks the first time the Fusion software will also be available to Mac OS X users.
Our D|Focus Systems DSLR Gear sweepstakes has ended and the randomly selected winner is Jeff Toner of Berkeley, Ca. This collection of DSLR accessories is designed to bring Jeffs DSLR camera setup one step closer to being a cinema camera. It includes: Rails, Baseplate, Focus v4, Gear, Crank and Matte.
Quick release plates, instead of living up to their name, can often cause delays for their users. Since each company designs their own unique plate for use, attaching and detaching them and keeping them at hand for use has required more time and effort than it should when it comes to changing plates. edelkrone's QuickReleaseONE solves this problem.
A high-quality interchangeable-lens camera doesn’t have to be accompanied by a high price — not if Canon’s EOS M3 Digital Camera is the camera in question. The latest addition to the EOS family, the compact, mirrorless M3 boasts a high-resolution 24.2MP CMOS sensor, DIGIC 6 advanced image processor and a 49-point autofocus system for shooting stills and Full HD videos.
Filmmakers Drinking Bourbon is a new podcast targeted for filmmakers and lovers of fine bourbon alike. In this week's episode, Cincinnati video production director Brandon Faris and cinematographer Alex Elkins talk with Videomaker's Editor in Chief about filmmaking, video production and their common love of movies.
Razer’s new 3D camera, powered by Intel’s RealSense technology, allows gamers to display their superimposed head directly over game footage for more complete commentary in let’s play videos and live-streamed game play via platforms like Twitch. The camera is capable of removing the background from the image, leaving only the head and eliminating potential distractions.
In this day of $100 Blu-ray players, why pay $3,995.00 for one? Because the JVC SR-HD2700 Blu-ray Disc and HDD Combo Deck has the ability to record video directly through its HDMI input onto its internal hard drive. This means that any video camera or DSLR that is minus the HDCP encryption now has the means to take what has been shot and quickly and efficiently turn it into a finished Blu-ray disc designed for playback on any conventional BD player.