Archive for 'Cinema EOS'
Posted on 05. Dec, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
The amazing team at stillmotion has a new very emotional project they’re very passionate about plus they’re doing a new US training tour you will want to participate in – see the map below for the 30 cities they’re visiting where you can attend! The movie is about slavery. Hard to fathom, but we’re still […]
Posted on 26. Nov, 2013 by steven schwartz.
When Shane Hurlbut tests cameras he doesn’t mess around. His conclusions from this head-to-head shootout between two heavyweights, the Red Epic and the Canon C500 may surprise you. Check out the full article Red Epic vs. Canon C500 for the type of in-depth comparison he performed to find the ideal camera for his latest film, […]
Posted on 18. Nov, 2013 by steven schwartz.
At Inter BEE 2013, Japan’s domestic broadcast convention, Dan Chung of News Shooter sat down with the man responsible for Canon’s popular Cinema EOS line of video cameras – Global Product Manager Yoshinari Onda. There are some significant takeaways from this interview… read on! The first thing Mr. Onda reveals is the wild success of […]
Posted on 06. Nov, 2013 by planetmitch.
This is quite the shocker if you ask me… Canon is now offering an upgrade on the Canon EOS C100 – adding their Dual Pixel Autofocus (AF) to their cinema camera allowing for some continuous autofocusing while shooting video. I don’t think I can recall any sensor upgrade options from Canon in the past! The […]
Posted on 30. Oct, 2013 by fletch murray.
QUESTION: Is the resolution, color space and dynamic range of Magic Lantern’s RAW video that much better than h.264? Judge for yourself. Here’s a side by side test we did – a blonde with extremely fine, almost white hair in a black silk robe. Blond Ambition Here’s the RAW vs h.264 video Does Magic Lantern […]
Posted on 21. Oct, 2013 by planetmitch.
We’ve published quite a few interesting pieces by Jonathan Yi over the past couple of years and yesterday I saw this amazing little video that Jonathan published that I just absolutely had to ask him about! Jon was able to film an ‘impromptu’ concert by Paul McCartney in Times Square in New York City with […]
Posted on 03. Oct, 2013 by erik naso.
So you got yourself a 4:2:2 ProRes and DNxHD ready Atomos Ninja 2. Let’s get this baby setup so you can get out the door fast! The C100′s AVCHD codec is actually pretty darn good, but if you need more, or are delivering to broadcast, then 4:2:2 is what you need in either ProRes or […]
Posted on 01. Oct, 2013 by erik naso.
We all want to work faster right? I hate digging in the menu to find and then change a setting while I’m at a shoot. Did you know the Canon Cinema EOS cameras have fifteen assignable buttons for camera functions that can be mapped to any of the numbered buttons on the camera? It’s super easy to […]
Posted on 10. Sep, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
This is good news for Canon EOS C100 and Canon EOS C300 owners – always good to see Canon continuing to add features to the Cinema EOS line! I know many will be excited by the enhanced magnify for sure! Canon Professional Network – New feature Upgrades Coming for Cinema EOS Cameras Canon has announced […]
Posted on 22. Aug, 2013 by planetmitch.
Raphael Rogers blows our mind with a one man band short film called “Beyond” which he wrote, shot, directed, edited, co-produced, and performed virtually every other film production job one can do on a film. Oh, and it was shot on the Canon EOS C100 with a few pickup shots on the Canon EOS 5D […]
Posted on 13. Aug, 2013 by fletch murray.
If Mitch found out they were selling new Canon lenses for 75% off you’d expect him to tell you about it. Well, pro training in digital filmmaking is being offered at 75% off it’s normal price if you took our Cine Boot Camps. Victoria, of California Photo Festival, wants you to learn DSLR filmmaking. A […]
Posted on 12. Aug, 2013 by fletch murray.
In the last year, I’ve said goodbye to my older brother and my mom. I was impressed by their care providers in Oklahoma, my home state. Now I learn that not all elders are treated properly. So we’re tasking the filmmaker graduates of our Cine Boot Camps to create a series of mini-docs to rescue […]