Tag Archives: quality
Posted on 23. May, 2013 by planetmitch.
At NAB 2013, I ran into Rod Clark who’s now representing Formatt-Hitech as Global VP of Marketing and I’m sure you’ll be hearing more from Formatt-Hitech as their filter products seem pretty awesome! We hope to be not only testing these, but giving some away to lucky planet5D readers soon! Keep your eyes peeled! Press […]
Posted on 27. Jun, 2012 by planetLuke.
As filmmakers we tend to let little things bug us. Stuff that most viewers don’t pick up on. Noise, moire, aliasing, rolling shutter and so on. A Cinematographer might not worry himself with audio on a bigger set since it is handled by a totally different department. However, most of us work alone or with […]
Posted on 19. Aug, 2010 by planetmitch.
Redrock Micro fan but you don’t have lots of pennies in your pocket? Looking for Canon HDSLR rigs? Well, there are more choices as of today! And for those of you wanting something under $500, you’re in luck because these new Redrock Micro “Nano” HDSLR rigs are right up your alley. We’re thrilled that Brian […]
Posted on 12. Feb, 2010 by planetmitch.
@fcwestfall (Fake Chuck Westfall) pointed out last night that Rob Galbraith has published a very interesting article about the autofocus on the Canon EOS-1D MKIV. “The EOS-1D Mark IV, released in small quantities towards the end of December 2009 and shipping in somewhat greater volume now, is meant to erase the memory of the design, […]