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Atomos Ninja Inferno REVIEWED
Daniel Peters Bristol-based Daniel Peters is one of a new breed of indie filmmakers discovering that you dont need big budgets to create filmic shorts. Often working solo, shooting and editing his own work, he creates the look and feel of bigger productions with only limited resources. His commitment to the craft is so great he had to sell much of his own gear to fund his most recent short film Deserted in Paris, after he went over budget due to lost locations and actors pulling out.
Tags: iss127 | atomos | inferno | ninja | review | prores | dnxhr | gh5 | fs7 | lut | Daniel Peters
Contributing Author Daniel Peters Click to read
Packing a real punch for Bangshock
John Milkovich Vancouver-based media company Bangshock recently took their Ninja 2 on a shoot to capture the Thailand Superfight Thepprasit Pattaya.
Tags: iss088 | Bangshock | Ninja 2 | Atomos | Jamie Milkovich | John Milkovich
Contributing Author John Milkovich Click to read
Big Fish, Little Fish, Camera-Top-Box
Will Strauss# For whole swathes of people within the television industry the concept of digital production - and what we generally refer to as going tapeless is probably now considered slightly old hat.
Tags: iss066 | field recorder | s.two | cinedeck | convergetn design | nanoflash | aja kipro | ki pro mini | atomos | samurai | ninja | Will Strauss#
Contributing Author Will Strauss# Click to read
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