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A Sound in Motion QA

Can you provide background on your recent project, “A Sound in Motion”?“A Sound in Motion started as a camera test for the new Sony VENICE CineAlta 6K Digital Cinema Camera and evolved into a much bigger project. The film, presented by Golpe Filmes and released this summer, was directed/edited by Ricardo Teixeira. It is a fictional story based on t...

Submitted by Antonio Morais
Published 18 July 2018

Smaller Cameras Result in Big Changes in Fluid Heads and...

Issue 110 - February 2016 Smaller Cameras Result in Big Changes in Fluid Heads and Camera Support Solutions As technology progresses, videographers find themselves dealing with smaller cameras that become the flavor of the week, but are soon replaced six months later by technology that makes them even tinier. With this has come a new way of thinkin...

Submitted by Kevin Salvidge
Published 16 March 2016

Tour competition winners announced

Issue 96 - December 2014Miller Tripods have been celebrating their 60th anniversary in 2014 and donated one of their limited edition LP\'54 classic Tripods to our Tour raffle in aid of Dreamflight, raising £1040. You can watch the drawand presentation to winner,Peter Baughan, click hereHireacamera were offering a Sony FS7 hire for a week to a luck...

Submitted by KitPlus
Published 01 January 2015

Cooking Up A Creative Storm With Patrick And Kylie

Issue 94 - October 2014Three years ago, Patrick Drake, who had recently left a lucrative job working at Goldman Sachs in London to follow his true cooking passion, met Kylie Flavell, a young woman who had abandoned her career as a high-stakes fashion journalist in Australia to pursue her dream of one day hosting her own escapist travel and food sho...

Submitted by KitPlus
Published 01 November 2014

Will Strauss gets a grip!

By Will StraussOf all the many areas of television technology that tv-bay Magazine covers, you might think that camera support is the one that appears, on the surface at least, to move the slowest. Take the tripod for example. Fundamentally, the design hasn’t changed for a hundred years. Or how about the dolly? The wheels and track device that Alfr...

Submitted by Will Strauss#
Published 01 March 2013