HDSLR

Finding the right HDSLR and learning how to use it can be a daunting process. That's why B&H is launching a dynamic and comprehensive online guide to help you choose an HDSLR—and get great results once it's in your hands.

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This series of educational videos from B&H provides a crash course for shooting filmic video with an HDSLR camera. Cinematographer Shane Hurlbut, ASC, demonstrates the formidable capabilities of the Canon 5D Mark II, but many of the fundamentals that are discussed will provide insight into the HDSLR category in general.

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As 2012 draws to a close, we have the opportunity to take a look back at a year which saw many innovations in the world of HDSLR video. One of the most prominent trends of 2012 has been the continuing blending of still and video acquisition technologies into the same tools.

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When Blackmagic Design announced their new Cinema Camera at NAB 2012, the camera was instantly recognized as a game changer. Previously, the Melbourne-based company was established as a leading manufacturer of hardware and software for video recording, editing and conversion.

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Way back—five years ago—if you shot video, you used a video camera, and if you shot photographs, you used a still camera. Today, that distinction is all but meaningless. Almost every video camera today captures stills, and virtually every still camera now shoots video.

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The recently released Nikon D600 is a full-frame DSLR featuring a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, compact form factor, expandable sensitivity from ISO 50 to 25600, continuous shooting rate of up to 5.5 fps, and a large 3.2” 921k-dot LCD monitor. Full HD 1080p video recording is available and supports multiple frame rates, manual exposure control, and continuous autofocusing. 

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Canon has just announced two additions to their expansive EF lens lineup: the EF 24-70mm f/4L IS and the EF 35mm f/2 IS. These lenses fit into the lineup where previous lenses exist, but improve upon these lenses with the addition of image stabilization and more refined optical technology.

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Professional-grade DSLRs are the most technologically advanced cameras in production and provide the highest-quality imagery possible, while realizing the tools necessary for photographers to gain complete control over their imagery.

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With all of the technological advancements in the world of autofocus—both in relation to the lenses themselves as well as camera’s AF features—manual focus lenses have also gained popularity recently for a number of reasons.

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The new Sony Alpha SLT-A99 digital camera features a 24.7MP Full Frame, 35mm-sized Exmor CMOS sensor. The BIONZ image processor gives the A99 ample speed for large file sizes and offers support for quick focusing, low-light sensitivity and noise reduction.

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The Zacuto Z-Finder is an auxiliary optical viewfinder that is specially designed for working with an HDSLR, or photographing in live view mode on your DSLR. These viewfinders encompass the LCD monitor on the rear of your camera, allowing you a clear, shaded view of your screen while working.

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Canon has just announced the expansion of their EOS camera line with the release of the highly-versatile EOS C100 Video Production Camera. It is compact—about 85% the size of the EOS C300—and designed for one-man operation.

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The Canon EOS Rebel T4i features an 18 megapixel APS-C-size CMOS sensor, a newly introduced DIGIC 5 image processor and improved autofocus features. The standard AI Servo autofocus system has been updated and now features 9 cross-type AF points, including a precise dual cross f/2.8 center point, for acquiring consistent and precise focus.

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In a comprehensive overview of Canon’s new full-frame DSLRs, John Stoilov discusses the improvements and new features on the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 1D X cameras. Both cameras are presented individually, with emphasis given to each camera’s strengths and advancements compared to previous models.

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The latest trend towards capturing video using HDSLR cameras produces unquestionably good images. The same cannot be said of the camera’s audio capture capabilities, although with the latest offerings from Canon and Nikon, that situation is improving. JuicedLink has long provided a range of solutions for improving audio issues in-camera, and this eight minute video looks at two new offerings.

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