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In 2006, Google purchased YouTube for 1.65 billion dollars. Today, more than 1 billion unique users visit YouTube each month. The popularity of streaming video ranks the medium among the most dominant media outlets in the world. Of course, YouTube is just one provider, but was among the first to inspire content creators and audiences alike by empowering anyone—with a few simple tools—to upload... READ MORE
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On the surface, Convergent Design’s Odyssey7 is a high-quality, 7.7" 1280 x 800 OLED monitor with a touchscreen interface that delivers true blacks, accurate colors, and comes packed with a full set of... READ MORE
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6 months ago
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We live in an age where smaller, lighter, and faster applies to everything we do, from our phones to our computers, from our audio listening devices to our video games, and even to our camcorders. They even have their own category—action cams—and you can buy them to fit... READ MORE
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I recently had the opportunity to test the Beachtek DXA-POCKET audio adapter and the Beachtek BRM-1 Baseplate, and I found a lot to like. The DXA-POCKET... READ MORE
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6 months ago
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With the rise of large-sensor, high-resolution digital cinema cameras, there is a growing demand for video-friendly lenses designed to meet the needs of professional cinematographers. To address this need, Tokina has re-engineered some of its popular DSLR lenses for cinema use, complete with all-metal housings, lens gearing, and de-clicked aperture rings. In this review, we’ll take a look at the... READ MORE
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File-based workflows have all sorts of advantages, compared to the old linear days of video tape and film. But with new technology comes new hurdles. Arguably one of the biggest challenges brought by the digital revolution—since it costs virtually nothing to just let the camera roll all day—is... READ MORE
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6 months ago
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In the following video, Mia McCormick, from KelbyOne, discusses how to bring consistent color to your photos and video using the portable Datcolor SpyderCHECKR 24 color calibration system. The video highlights using the 24 spectrally designed pigment patches on the SpyderCHECKR color card to match... READ MORE

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6 months ago
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In an unanticipated move, Canon has announced a successor to its popular EOS C100 cinema camera. Dubbed the “... READ MORE
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In this video, Mia McCormick reviews one of the latest accessories many GoPro owners may be thinking about: the GoWorx Original Handle and Original Handle Pro. Featuring a weighted, scorpion-tail design, this mount is optimized for capturing low-angle,... READ MORE

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6 months ago
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After updating its popular EOS C100 and C300 cameras to feature Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology earlier in the year, Canon now offers two unique kits for each model. The C100 kit pairs the camera... READ MORE
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Fresh from his well-received 10-week “Directing Motion Tour,” Vincent Laforet turns his attentions to this year’s PhotoPlus Expo, where he will take part in the brand-new Filmmaking Track. Amid his busy schedule, Laforet was able to find the time to sit down with us to talk about his recent tour, what we can expect from the Filmmaking Track at PhotoPlus, and general thoughts on making the... READ MORE
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6 months ago
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NewTek announces the latest addition to its TriCaster family: the TriCaster Mini. Billed as “the most complete and compact multimedia studio in world,” the TriCaster Mini lets you create and share professional-looking content, regardless of location and experience level.... READ MORE
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6 months ago
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It's undeniable that shooters looking for a DSLR-style 4K option will be taking a serious look at the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 and the Sony a7S. The frustrating... READ MORE

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Shane Hurlbut, A.S.C., is a Director of Photography who views the world differently than most cinematographers. After 16 years of shooting feature films traditionally, using cinema cameras and film stock, he was one of the first filmmakers to break ground and use the DSLR to make movies. The "inciting incident"—to borrow a screenwriting term—in his digital-filmmaking career was the introduction... READ MORE
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7 months ago
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If the words “Studio Lights” conjure images of large, heavy fixtures permanently installed in a grid and pumping out enough heat to melt your talent, then ikan's ID508-v2 and IB508-v2 Studio Lights might just change that picture. These portable lights are at home in a studio, as well as part of a location light kit, and produce little to no heat while being powered by the included batteries or... READ MORE
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