Author Archives: Bryant Frazer

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NAB 2014 Video: Red Digital Cinema

James Mathers looks at what's new in the Red booth, including a 4K broadcast module and the Red Link remote control system.

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NAB 2014 Video: Canon

Larry Thorpe on the latest in Canon EOS optics.

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NAB 2014 Video: Blackmagic Design

James Mathers talks to Dan May about the surprise announcement of the Ursa 4K production camera.

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NAB 2014 Video: Adobe

Adobe's Michael Lewis on Prelude, including the new tag panel and trimming on the timeline.

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NAB 2014 Video: AJA

James Mathers talks to Tony Cacciarelli about the new CION Cinema Camera and the new LUT-boX from AJA.

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360° Video Using Six GoPro Cameras

Journalist and photographer Jonas Ginter made this 360-degree panoramic video using six GoPro cameras. After experimenting with rubber-bands and cable ties, he designed and 3D-printed the custom camera mount.

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Cooke Delivers Five Anamorphic Primes for Not-Boring Digital Cinematography

Cooke said at NAB that it is shipping the first five of seven new 2x anamorphic prime lenses, as promised last year at NAB. The first five lenses to hit the market will be the 32mm, 40mm, 50mm, 75mm and … more »

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Panasonic Details VariCam 35 ProRes, 4K Raw Workflow Options

Panasonic answered lingering questions around the upcoming VariCam 35 introduction at NAB with the announcement that the modular camera's recording unit (the AU-VREC1) will support ProRes 422 (HQ) and 4444 in HD mode. When Codex Digital announced the new V-Raw … more »

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AJA Enters the Cinema Camera Market with the Cion

Nick Rashby, President of AJA Video Systems, unveiled a host of new products for the mid to high end video production world. But jaws dropped at AJA's announcement and unveiling of Cion, the company's new entry into the motion-picture camera … more »

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Fanfarlo “Cell Song”

Animator-director Ewan Jones Morris (part of the team of Casey & Ewan) uses "found images from the dustiest of science journals, encyclopedias and magazines" to construct this surreal, shape-shifting video for a song from the London-based band Fanfarlo.