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Pushing the Envelope, Again…

Yesterday was a day anxiously awaited by many as both Canon and Red would be announcing new products. Canon announced their first “Cinema EOS” camera, designed specifically for cinema and video applications, the C300. The C300 has a Super35 sized sensor (with, according to Canon, no Moire artefacts and very “rolling shutter resistant”). It is […]

The Great Camera Shootout 2011 Episode 3: It’s Not So Black & White

The third and final episode of the Great Camera Shootout 2011 has been published. This episode focusses on motion artifacts and color rendition. I must say I was rather surprised about the way the different cameras handled motion artifacts. Very interesting. Check out episode 3 on The Great Camera Shootout 2011 Episode 3: It’s Not […]

Light Field Camera: hype or revolution?

I came across this article which discusses a new type of camera as promoted by the start-up company Lytro. Lytro is developing a so-called light field camera. A camera which uses a special sensor which is able to capture the color, intensity and vector direction of the rays of lights in a scene. Using sophisticated […]

Frame grabs from the EPIC-M camera are just… EPIC!

Vincent Laforet is one a the few lucky guys being the owner of one of the new RED Epic M digital cinema camera’s. He posted some frame grabs taken from 5K full resolution 96 fps video he shot. The stills are absolutely stunning. This is one hell of a camera. And it should, as you […]

The Impossible Shot

A lot of people are waiting for RED to deliver their new generation of digital video camera’s: Epic and its smaller brother (sister?) Scarlett. Some time ago Jim Jannard, owner of RED, talked about the new Epic camera having an HDRx mode: recording video in HDR (High Dynamic Range) RAW at 5K resolution. Now, as […]