The Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K took NAB 2018 by storm. It really was the talk of the show and everyone prior to it was hoping for an update and they got it. The camera is now shipping but it’s not available in large quantities yet. Demand is high and production doesn’t look to be matching it. While this seems to be an issue with Blackmagic I thought they solved this with the release of the URSA Mini Pro but the Pocket 4K seems to be business as usual when it comes to delivery.
Leica D Lux 7 finally arrived, the camera as we have told you before it’s ann9ouncement features same core specification as of the Panasonic LX100 II. Take a look at the quick spec comparison of both the camera. They both features exactly same core specification
Jem Schofield, who is a regular contributor on the AbelCine blog has produced a series called 4K for $10K. With so many cameras on the market that are capable of UHD 4K HDR acquisition, and cost less than $10,000, it can be a hard decision to choose what camera is right for you. Jem helps cut through all of the confusion by having a detailed look at what cameras would be valuable to not only himself but to a large part of the industry that uses cameras in this price range.
The Matthews Studio Equipment BabySittr’ is the only 1/8 Apple (pancake) mount for baby plates that doesn’t need nails or screws. It’s a simple tool designed for positioning lights and accessories near ground level.
Fujifilm have teased new firmware for the X-T3 which includes 4K HDR video recording, simultaneous output of Film Simulation / F-Log, and the removal of the 4GB clip limit. We caught up with Fujifilm at Interbee 2018 in Japan to see what the upcoming firmware does.
The RØDECaster Pro is claimed to be the world’s first fully integrated podcast production studio. It has been designed for everyone from professional podcasters to those who are just starting out and would like to create their own podcasts. One of the main aims RØDE had was to make the RØDECaster Pro easy to use and operate.