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Sony PXW-FS5 Review
Alister Champman I was lucky enough to get some hands on time with a prototype FS5 in Amsterdam at IBC. In case you havent heard about it, the PXW-FS5 is a compact interchangeable lens, super 35mm camcorder from Sony that can record in HD or UHD 4K. It shares many of the features of the already incredibly popular PXW-FS7 but in a much smaller body. As well as being similar to the FS7 it also has many similarities with the lower cost FS700, more on that later.
Tags: iss106 | sony pxw-fs5 | review | camcorder | handgrip | sensor | shoot | Alister Champman
Contributing Author Alister Champman Click to read
An artist gets bored of the same colour palette
Rob Tarrant The brand new VariCam was launched at IBC in September. Above all else that means extra choice for high end episodic dramas, advertising and movies, where it has to be said the choice has been limited for far too long.
Tags: iss095 | rob tarrant | panasonic | varicam | colour palette | management | MOS sensor | Rob Tarrant
Contributing Author Rob Tarrant Click to read
Cooke Optics
Robert Howard
Here at Cooke Optics we’re currently basking in the golden glow of our brand new Academy Award® of Merit – yes, that’s an Oscar® statuette – which we received this February in recognition of our continuing innovation in the design, development and manufacture of motion picture camera lenses.
Tags: iss074 | robert howard | cooke optics | oscar | lens | 2/3 inch sensor | T2.8 | 4K | miniS4/i | Robert Howard
Contributing Author Robert Howard Click to read
Film Affect
N/A As shooting on film for TV applications is increasingly being replaced with HD, there is a growing tendency for people to wish to apply film tools and methods to origination when using the electronic medium.
Tags: film affect | iss036 | cmos | ccd camera | kinomatik | movietube | ccd sensors | digi zoom | digi prime | zeiss | N/A
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