The new APS-C camera from Fujifilm, X-T100, is a DSLR-style retro camera which offers a new fully articulating LCD, some interesting options in Full HD and 4K UHD at… 15fps. What was Fujifilm thinking?
‘Video is a big growth area for us” said Fujifilm executives in an interview published in 2017 by DPReview, but video does not seem to be, at least on 4K, the goal of this camera, as the X-T100 offers 4K at 15fps, taking things to the other extreme of what Fujifilm offered in the X-H1, which gave us DCI 4K (4096×2160) at 24P / 23.98P
Olympus, Panasonic, Nikon or Fujifilm are some of the companies offering compact cameras able to withstand the most punishing environments, so you can take your video and photography passion everywhere.
When you think of action cameras, which can be used almost anywhere, you immediately think about GoPro and similar models. Yes, those are, no doubt, action cameras, but what if you want something that looks more classic, a camera that looks like a camera, and still offers you all the options you immediately associate with action cams?
That’s the premise used in this guide, which looks at cameras that you
RED has put an end to the confusion of camera bodies, insides and sensors on their catalog. Starting this month, there is only a single body to pair with any of three sensors, meaning prices are being reduced too.
The official word has it that RED Digital Cinema is advancing its product portfolio of high-quality cameras and sensors with a focus on simplicity, price and quality for customers. According to the information distributed, ”RED’s camera line-up will be modified to include one DSMC2 camera BRAIN with three sensor options – MONSTRO 8K VV, HELIUM 8K S35 and GEMINI 5K S35. Continue reading "One body, three sensors: RED’s new simplified system, and why it is cheaper"
Introduced by KDX/Dimenco, at the Los Angeles Convention Center, this May, Simulated Reality (SR) joins the other realities we’re now familiar with: virtual, augmented and mixed.
Simulated reality has been a key element in science fiction, and has been explored by game designers in computer and console games, and also by the video industry, in everything from films to TV series. Although some may confuse the term with virtual reality – which, again, some suggest can become very real – the truth is that simulated reality is something completely different and is, in fact, a goal which, if attainable, is
If you’ve always wanted to use one of the expensive tilt & shift lenses from Canon, Fotodiox has something for you: tilt and shift adapters for different cameras, from Fujifilm to Blackmagic. Each adapter costs $199.95!
Canon’s tilt and shift lenses are extremely popular and excellent for everything from architecture to landscape, but have one inconvenient: they are expensive, especially if you do not have ways to pay for the investment. So, for many people, tilt & shift is nothing but a dream, unless they are willing to spend money on a real T&S from Canon (to be used
Pairing a lens built 10 years before the Eiffel Tower started to be built with a 5K RED DRAGON is not for everyone, but Mathieu Stern had a dream, so he found a solution, and made a short film about the experience.
We’ve seen, in recent times, a growing trend for the relaunch of classic cameras and lenses, mostly using Kickstarter or Indiegogo as crowdfunding platforms. Some of those projects make no sense at all, while others, although promising, never leave the launching stage. There is also another trend related to this longing for the past: the use of older
The newest update to the LumaFusion editor elevates the standard for mobile editing, offering professional workflow features akin to those usually only available on desktop editing platforms.
Recently funded on Kickstarter, the GNARBOX 2.0 SSD, a rugged wireless device for backup and sharing media, is designed to work, as PVC described recently, “with apps from Adobe Premiere to Lightroom or LumaFusion”, so content creators who prefer to travel without a laptop can still edit their photos and videos while away from a computer.
Simultaneously with the announcement of the GNARBOX 2.0 SSD Kickstarter campaign, Luma Touch announced
Obsessed with movies and lighting, a photography course set the path Andrew Shulkind would walk. Virtual Reality came after, and while it expands the way to tell stories, Andrew believes we’ve to watch so we don’t corrupt our legacy of storytelling.
The International Cinematographers Guild recognized Andrew Shulkind as one of the top emerging cinematographers in 2013, and in 2014 he received the Studio Daily Prime Award, a distinction reserved for manufacturers leading technological innovation in the world of film. His passion for Virtual Reality, and the involvement with the development of VR and mixed reality camera solutions explain why
Available in early Summer in blue, orange and black, with a price of $449.99, the Lumix TS7 is your 4K video camera if you like to go underwater, down to 31 meters.
Named TS7 in North America and FT7 elsewhere, the new compact camera is the first of its kind to offer a viewfinder. Besides that, the successor to the TS6 introduces one feature that will be most welcome if you like to have a camera always ready to action, no matter where you are: 4K video, which comes with Panasonic’s 4K Photo option, present in so many of
Designed to work with apps from Adobe Premiere to Lightroom or LumaFusion, the GNARBOX 2.0 SSD is a rugged backup device for content creators who prefer to travel without a laptop.
Showed for the first time at NAB 2018, the GNARBOX 2.0 SSD was presented as the most powerful portable workflow solution for photographers and videographers. It is, in fact, much more powerful than the first version, offering today’s professionals a small, portable backup device that is more than a backup device.
Back in 2015 I wrote here at ProVideo Coalition that “The world’s first mobile solution for
The new edition of the free HitFilm Express is filled full of Pro-worthy features, including super powerful motion graphics tools and new viewer controls for 360° video. And it’s FREE!
The promise made by FXhome is bold: creators can now make Avengers-style Visual Effects at home using free video software. It’s also true, and to confirm that it is possible, nothing better than to download the software, which is free (as in FREE), install it and open it, to follow the Avengers-themed series of in-depth tutorials and VFX content showcasing the professional visual effects that can be achieved inside of
This year seems to represent a major step towards the consolidation of ON1 Photo RAW, as the ON1 team continues to fix issues and expanding the features offered by this complete photo editor.
Boldly presented as a viable Lightroom and Photohsop alternative, as ON1 continues to add new features, many requested by users on a continued dialog, the ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 includes, according to the company, a massive boost in overall performance, fixes for user reported issues, and new key features such as LUTs and camera profiles.
“We’re incredibly excited to unveil the new features in ON1 Photo Continue reading "ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 coming in June"
Long before becoming one of the 20th century’s most renowned motion picture directors, Stanley Kubrick was a photographer in love with the scenes from its native city. An exhibit celebrates his passion.
“Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs” is a unique opportunity to discover the “other” Stanley Kubrick, who was just 17 when he sold his first photograph to the pictorial magazine Look in 1945. I’ve written here at ProVideo Coalition, before, a bit of that story, in the article From Kubrick to Anderson: One-Point Perspective, stating then that “hired by Look magazine, in 1946, first as an
Successor of the CG318-4K, which offered the best features of ColorEdge monitors, like self-calibration, available in a 4K screen for the first time, the new CG319X is, according to EIZO, even better.
Debuting at NAB 2018 but only this May available for purchase, the new ColorEdge CG319X – a 31.1-inch monitor from EIZO, features DCI-4K resolution (4096 x 2160) and HDR gamma support for the professional post production workflow. It is the successor model to the CG318-4K with several upgraded features.
Although it belongs to the same family, the ColorEdge line of monitors from EIZO, and shares multiple specifications
With 60% propeller noise reduction and simultaneous wireless connectivity for an enriched FPV experience, the Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 comes with a 1” CMOS Sensor with 4k@60p video recording capabilities.
While everybody is expecting the next completely new drone from DJI, the company introduces, without much noise, the V2.0 edition of the Phantom 4 Pro, which effectively improves the flight experience by reducing propeller noise by up to 60%. This latest variation of the Phantom 4 Pro comes packed with the powerful features of the P4P, uses DJI’s OcuSync transmission technology for high-resolution and low-latency digital video transmission.
Previously announced, the XCD 21mm f/4 lens is finally available for ordering, at the same time Hasselblad announces the X1D camera get new features through a firmware update.
Announced as the widest lens ever created by Hasselblad, the XCD 21mm f/4, which will begin shipping mid-May 2018 with a suggested price of $ 3750 (excl. VAT) not only opens the doors for even more creative possibilities as confirms Hasselblad’s continued development of the XCD lens line, for which a road map also available suggests what 2018 will bring to the market.
As Hasselblad’s widest lens yet, the high-performing 21mm f/4
Shot entirely on a Sony F35 camera, with Nikon lenses, the new documentary by MacGregor is the result of a two year project. I had the chance, recently, to ask the filmmaker some questions about the choices made for this film.
MacGregor, or Miguel de Olaso, is no stranger to the readers of ProVideo Coalition. I’ve written here another story about the author, and how he used a Nikon D800 on a 8K quick lapse technique. Known for his continued work to find alternative solutions that filmmakers can use to create their stories, he is also known for his passion
Featuring a compact and reversible USB Type-C ports for connection, the new Sony SL-E SSD drives can be used with a wide range of devices and are ideal for professional photography and tethered shooting with cameras as the Sony α7 III.
Sony is expanding its external Solid-State Drive (SSD) range with a brand new top of the range SL-E series, available, this May, in three capacities: 240GB, 480 and 960GB. The new model, designed with thoughtful elements such as a wave surface for grip and making it easy to find by touch, is ideal for professionals on the move who
The new Samsung memory cards are not what you’ll choose for regular assignments, but if you need a large capacity card able to withstand harsh environments, the new Pro Endurance reference may be something to explore. Besides, they show how the technology is evolving.
Built for intensive video monitoring applications, the Samsung PRO Endurance microSDHC and microSDXC cards are primarily designed for consumers and B2B channel customers who use intensive video monitoring applications such as surveillance and security cameras, body cameras and dash cams. Samsung says the Pro Endurance makes continuous video monitoring fast and stable. The cards deliver read Continue reading "Samsung introduces PRO Endurance memory cards"
Boasting 1,200 lux at 0.5m the Amaran MX, from Aputure, is the brightest mini LED you can get your hands on. The other light, the Amaran F7, is half the depth of the popular Amaran 198, but offers twice the brightness.
Aputure first mentioned the new lights by the end of 2017, but now they are finally available, expanding the Aputure family of lighting solutions. The Amaran MX and the Amaran F7 pick on the legacy of previous models and take the concept further, aiming to offer professionals LED lights that are smaller and offer more light.