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HumanEyes VUZE+ 360 3D Immersive Camera Shows off at NAB 2018

By Al Caudullo

NAB 2018 was held this year in Las Vegas from April 7 – 12. Presenting the latest in 5G, 4K/8K video, UHD, and HDR video, artificial intelligence and machine learning, AR, VR, and mixed reality, live streaming, and even voice recognition!
What I’m going to do this week is show you a few new Immersive 360 cameras that caught my eye on the show floor.
First up is the new VUZE+. The first Vuze was an $800 3D VR marvel. The VUZE+ up the ante and delivers 3D 360 with improved lenses, level one ambisonic sound, and much stronger dust and water protection level of IP 65. And add to that 3D 360 live streaming. All for only top $1200.
I sat down with General Manager Jim Malcolm of North America HumanEyes who put the new VUZE plus through its paces and showed off all the improvements.
Jim went on to promise me a VUZE+ so I can give you a full hands-on review. I can’t wait to get started on it.
In the meantime enjoyed the video.
Here are the Key Features

Key Features
Record 360° spherical VR videos and photos in stereoscopic 3D
Features eight image sensors capable of capturing an Ultra HD 4K image for each eye
Broadcast live via USB connection to a computer
Multiple IMUs (inertial measurement unit) for camera orientation control
Four microphones record uncompressed 16-bit PCM spatial audio
Improved optics and audio rendering over the previous model
1/4″-20 threaded mounting hole for attaching to mini tripods and monopods
Includes Vuze Studio proprietary stitching software (Mac/Windows)
Includes Vuze mobile control app (Android/iOS)
Bluetooth connectivity
microSD card slot (card not included)
Lithium-ion battery with a one-hour runtime
Single-button operation
LED indicators
IP65 water/dust ingress resistance rating
UPC: 634041992729

In the Box
Vuze Vuze+ 4K 3D 360 Spherical VR Camera
• Hard Case
• Mini Handle
• Mini VR Glasses
• USB Cable
• USB Power Adapter
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From:: Student Filmmakers

Vegas, Slot Canyons and Venice.

By alisterchapman

day1-3 Vegas, Slot Canyons and Venice.

I’m writing this from a hotel room in Page, Arizona. Half way through a shoot covering everything from the city lights of Las Vegas to the Slot Canyons of Arizona. I’m using a Sony Venice to shoot most of the material, but I also have an FS5 recording to ProRes Raw on a gimbal for some shots.

It’s been an interesting shoot with many challenges. Some of the locations have been a long way from our vehicles, so we have had to lug the kit cross country by hand.

Lugging the camera kit to the Slot Canyon. Thankful that the Miller CX18 tripod is nice and light.
Shooting with Venice in the Slot Canyon.

Almost everything is being shot at 60fps with some 120fps from the FS5. We also had a Phantom Flex for a couple of days for some 1000fps footage. For some of the really big panoramic scenes we have used the 4:3 6K mode on the Venice (at 24fps).

JS_1983 Vegas, Slot Canyons and Venice.
FS5 on a gimbal shooting ProRes Raw via an Atomos Inferno.

Our main lenses are a set of full frame T1.5 Sigma primes. These are absolutely amazing lenses and when paired with the Venice camera, it’s hard to produce a poor image. Our Venice has a beta of the dual ISO firmware which has been an absolute godsend as the bottoms of the deep slot canyons are very dark, even in the middle of the day. So being able to shoot at 2500 ISO has been a huge help.

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From:: XDCAM-USER

Ikan PIVOT 3-Axis Gimbal with 8lbs Payload – Hands On

By Olaf von Voss

Ikan PIVOT

We’ve already covered the frshly announced Ikan PIVOT 3-axis gimbal in this article. Now, at NAB 2018 in Las Vegas we had the chance to take a closer look at it. Natalie Cheng from Ikan walked us through this little, yet powerful, gimbal.

This little guy can hold (and operate) cameras with a weight of up to 8lbs (3,63kg)! Since that’s gonna be quite tough to hold, you can get order a additional dual handgrip as an accessory.

Ikan PIVOT 3-Axis Gimbal

The market for handheld 3-axis gimbal systems gets quite crowded these days. Manufacturers need to have some nice trick up their sleeves in order to attrackt potential customers. In Ikan’s case it is the high maximum payload of the Ikan PIVOT gimbal. It can hold up to 8lbs. As you can see in the vdeo above they’ve managed to operate a Canon C200 with it. Since this camera weights 3.2lbs (1,5 kg) you should be able to add a lens, a baseplate, some 15mm rods and even a wireless focus of some kind. Very neat!


The gimbal itself comes as a classic gimbal-on-a-stick with an angled roll axis in order to preserve a plain view on the back of the camera. Since this gimbal is meant to be used with small mirrorless cameras as well as DSLRs and even bigger cameras, such as the Canon C200, this concept might get pretty fatiguing pretty quickly. In order to distribute the weight a little more evenly, you can get the optional DGH dual grip handle from Ikan.

Ikan PIVOT

Ikan PIVOT gimgal with attached dual grip handle.

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From:: Cinema 5d

NAB 2018 | Beachtek Audio Adapter Kit for Cellphone Cinema and DSLR Filmmaking at StudentFilmmakers Magazine and HD Pro Guide Magazine Booth #C8943

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

One of my favorite audio kits is the Beachtek system for cellphone cinema and DSLR filmmaking. Check out these photos taken at the StudentFilmmakers Magazine and HD Pro Guide Magazine Booth #C8943, 2018 NAB Show, Las Vegas, NV. Learn more about Beachtek audio solutions at www.beachtek.com.

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HD Pro Guide Magazine Releases New Edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

HD Pro Guide Magazine

HD Pro Guide Magazine releases new edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall. Pick up complimentary issues and collectors’ editions at booth #C8943. NAB attendees may also sign up for complimentary subscriptions of HD Pro Guide Magazine and flagship publication, StudentFilmmakers Magazine.

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HD Pro Guide Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
HD Pro Guide Magazinewww.hdproguide.com

HD Pro Guide is a growing HD Production News Resource and Community covering HD technology, techniques, and best practices, as well as must-read industry news and exclusive interviews with professionals working in Broadcast, Cinema/TV, and Live Production. HD Pro Guide Magazine is published by Welch Media, Inc., publishers of the popular StudentFilmmakers Magazine, the # 1 Educational Resource for Film and Video Makers, covering the five stages of motion picture creation: Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post Production, and Distribution.
hdproguide.com/networking
facebook.com/HDProGuide
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StudentFilmmakers Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
StudentFilmmakers Magazinewww.studentfilmmakers.com

The StudentFilmmakers readers and online community are creating the award-winning films of tomorrow using the latest technologies. They are learning to work with the equipment they will use for the rest of their careers. And, in an industry that changes each day, even the pros need to keep learning and many have found StudentFilmmakers to be an excellent resource.

There simply is no other magazine on the market that specifically serves the aspiring filmmakers community like StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers Magazine is the bright star of industry publications covering the latest technologies and workflows. Each issue addresses the needs of the five distinct phases of film and video making for educators, students and the continuing education of the professionals of today’s industry.

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HD Pro Guide Magazine Releases New Edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

HD Pro Guide Magazine

HD Pro Guide Magazine releases new edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall. Pick up complimentary issues and collectors’ editions at booth #C8943. NAB attendees may also sign up for complimentary subscriptions of HD Pro Guide Magazine and flagship publication, StudentFilmmakers Magazine.

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HD Pro Guide Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
HD Pro Guide Magazinewww.hdproguide.com

HD Pro Guide is a growing HD Production News Resource and Community covering HD technology, techniques, and best practices, as well as must-read industry news and exclusive interviews with professionals working in Broadcast, Cinema/TV, and Live Production. HD Pro Guide Magazine is published by Welch Media, Inc., publishers of the popular StudentFilmmakers Magazine, the # 1 Educational Resource for Film and Video Makers, covering the five stages of motion picture creation: Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post Production, and Distribution.
hdproguide.com/networking
facebook.com/HDProGuide
twitter.com/HDProGuide

StudentFilmmakers Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
StudentFilmmakers Magazinewww.studentfilmmakers.com

The StudentFilmmakers readers and online community are creating the award-winning films of tomorrow using the latest technologies. They are learning to work with the equipment they will use for the rest of their careers. And, in an industry that changes each day, even the pros need to keep learning and many have found StudentFilmmakers to be an excellent resource.

There simply is no other magazine on the market that specifically serves the aspiring filmmakers community like StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers Magazine is the bright star of industry publications covering the latest technologies and workflows. Each issue addresses the needs of the five distinct phases of film and video making for educators, students and the continuing education of the professionals of today’s industry.

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StudentFilmmakers Magazine Releases 12th Anniversary Edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

StudentFilmmakers Magazine

StudentFilmmakers Magazine releases 12th Anniversary Edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall. StudentFilmmakers.com also celebrates their 13th consecutive year exhibiting and distributing their publications at the NAB Show. Pick up complimentary issues and collectors’ editions at booth #C8943. NAB attendees may also sign up for complimentary subscriptions of StudentFilmmakers Magazine and sister publication, HD Pro Guide Magazine.

Click Here for Must-Visit Booths at NAB 2018 >>

StudentFilmmakers Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
StudentFilmmakers Magazinewww.studentfilmmakers.com

The StudentFilmmakers readers and online community are creating the award-winning films of tomorrow using the latest technologies. They are learning to work with the equipment they will use for the rest of their careers. And, in an industry that changes each day, even the pros need to keep learning and many have found StudentFilmmakers to be an excellent resource.

There simply is no other magazine on the market that specifically serves the aspiring filmmakers community like StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers Magazine is the bright star of industry publications covering the latest technologies and workflows. Each issue addresses the needs of the five distinct phases of film and video making for educators, students and the continuing education of the professionals of today’s industry.

StudentFilmmakers.com, #1 Educational Resources for Film and Video Makers, brings together students, professors, and independent filmmakers of all levels around the globe into one network and community.

The StudentFilmmakers print/digital trade publication, interactive website, and monthly E-newsletters cover various topics with special focus on the five stages of filmmaking: Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post Production, and Distribution. High-level educational articles, insider techniques and best practices, stories, interviews, industry news, and high-end technology news highlight categories such as Cinematography, Lighting, Directing, Camerawork, Editing, Audio, Animation, Special FX, Screenwriting, Producing, Distribution, and more.

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StudentFilmmakers Magazine Releases 12th Anniversary Edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

StudentFilmmakers Magazine

StudentFilmmakers Magazine releases 12th Anniversary Edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall. StudentFilmmakers.com also celebrates their 13th consecutive year exhibiting and distributing their publications at the NAB Show. Pick up complimentary issues and collectors’ editions at booth #C8943. NAB attendees may also sign up for complimentary subscriptions of StudentFilmmakers Magazine and sister publication, HD Pro Guide Magazine.

Click Here for Must-Visit Booths at NAB 2018 >>

StudentFilmmakers Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
StudentFilmmakers Magazinewww.studentfilmmakers.com

The StudentFilmmakers readers and online community are creating the award-winning films of tomorrow using the latest technologies. They are learning to work with the equipment they will use for the rest of their careers. And, in an industry that changes each day, even the pros need to keep learning and many have found StudentFilmmakers to be an excellent resource.

There simply is no other magazine on the market that specifically serves the aspiring filmmakers community like StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers Magazine is the bright star of industry publications covering the latest technologies and workflows. Each issue addresses the needs of the five distinct phases of film and video making for educators, students and the continuing education of the professionals of today’s industry.

StudentFilmmakers.com, #1 Educational Resources for Film and Video Makers, brings together students, professors, and independent filmmakers of all levels around the globe into one network and community.

The StudentFilmmakers print/digital trade publication, interactive website, and monthly E-newsletters cover various topics with special focus on the five stages of filmmaking: Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post Production, and Distribution. High-level educational articles, insider techniques and best practices, stories, interviews, industry news, and high-end technology news highlight categories such as Cinematography, Lighting, Directing, Camerawork, Editing, Audio, Animation, Special FX, Screenwriting, Producing, Distribution, and more.

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StudentFilmmakers.com Announces 2018 Summer Shorts Film and Video Call for Entries at NAB Show, Las Vegas

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

StudentFilmmakers.com and StudentFilmmakers Magazine announce the new 2018 Summer Shorts contest at the 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas. The call for entries is open to all filmmakers, videographers, animators, and content creators. There are three categories for both Students and Professionals: Jr. High/Highschool, College, and Professional. Multiple submissions welcome. Free entry when you post about the Summer Shorts Contest and link, www.summershortscontest.com, on your social media Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and/or on your personal website.

Stop by the StudentFilmmakers Exhibit Booth this week at #C8943 in Central Hall. Pick up the newest magazine editions and collectors editions at the booth. Meet and network with Publisher/Editor Kim Edward Welch during the show. Qualified readers can also sign up for complimentary subscriptions of StudentFilmmakers Magazine and HD Pro Guide Magazine at booth #C8943.

www.studentfilmmakers.com

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JVC Introduces BR-DE900 Portable ProHD Decoder at NAB 2018

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, introduces the BR-DE900 ProHD decoder, a portable appliance that supports H.265 and H.264 compression standards, at the 2018 NAB Show (Booth C4315) in Las Vegas, Nev. When paired with JVC’s IP-enabled cameras, the BR-DE900 provides a bandwidth efficient, error-free streaming solution over any network, including the internet.

Designed for field use, the BR-DE900 provides optimal quality of service with low latency and versatile audio/video connectivity for ENG field reports and other video-over-IP applications. It offers reliable decoding of HEVC or H.264 streams up to 10-bit 4:2:2 1080p/60, with bit rates up to 50 Mbps. Connectivity options include dual 3G-SDI, HDMI 2.0, and composite outputs, as well as multiple audio outputs.

When paired with the JVC BR-800 ProHD Broadcaster streaming server, the BR DE900’s efficient H.264 codec and integrated Zixi or SMPTE 2022 Pro-MPEG stream protection technologies provide broadcast-quality video anywhere in the world using public networks. Completely hardware-based decoding minimizes the decoding process cycle to minimize latency without compromising video quality. The BR-DE900 also includes integrated video scaling, frame sampling, and de-interlacing for any stream to any output resolution or frame rate, and its stream forwarding feature efficiently redistributes an incoming stream within a private LAN/WAN network.

Housed in an industrial-grade aluminum case, the BR-DE900 weighs less than three pounds and includes mounting holes for seamless installation in production flypacks or master control. Setup is streamlined using an intuitive web interface. The BR-DE900, which replaces the current BR-DE800 model, has an MSRP of $2,900 and will be available in May.

Headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey, JVC Professional Video is a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of JVCKENWOOD Corporation. The company is a leading manufacturer and distributor of broadcast and professional video equipment, as well as D-ILA front projection systems. → continue…

From:: Student Filmmakers

New JVC ProHD Studio Delivers Portable Production and Streaming Solution

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, announces the ProHD Studio 4000 compact live production and streaming studio. Also available as the ProHD Studio 4000S for sports production, the self-contained, four-channel system includes a complete control room solution for smaller, budget-conscious facilities. JVC will demonstrate the new systems at the 2018 NAB Show (Booth C4315), which runs April 9-12 in Las Vegas, Nev.

The ProHD Studio 4000 includes four SD/HD-SDI inputs, four IP stream inputs, and four NDI inputs. An additional HDMI/NDI input with keying can capture an external screen, so users can include content from a smartphone or PowerPoint presentation. Users can record the program output and the streaming output, along with simultaneous ISO recording of all cameras, directly to the ProHD Studio 4000.

Unique features include automatic motion tracking for JVC KY-PZ100 PTZ cameras, as well as Zero Config, which provides automatic, one-click configuration of any IP-enabled JVC camera when it joins the same LAN as other JVC cameras. The ProHD Studio 4000 also includes an integrated remote control for JVC cameras, including full PTZ control for the KY-PZ100. For live sports production, the ProHD Studio 4000S adds automated multi-channel instant replay and slo-mo, as well as an integrated sports CG for scores and timers.

“The ProHD Studio 4000 provides an affordable multi-camera live production solution with unique features you won’t find in other products in its class,” said Joe D’Amico, vice president, JVC Professional Video. “It’s the ideal integrated production switcher for a variety of markets, from small-market news and sports broadcasts to live concerts and worship services.”

A built-in H.264 encoder supports up to 1080p streaming at up to 10 Mbps, with RTMP and MPEG-TS simultaneous output and direct streaming integration to Facebook Live and other CDNs. Output choices include dedicated HD-SDI and HDMI ports, → continue…

From:: Student Filmmakers

NAB 2018: JVC Debuts 4K HDR, 4K-Compatible LCD Studio Monitors

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, today announced two new series of studio LCD monitors to support today’s growing 4K workflows. Available in two models, the DT‑U series provides native 4K resolution with 10-bit color depth and HDR compatibility. The four models in the more economical DT‑G series convert 4K and 2K sources to full HD. The new monitors will be demonstrated during the 2018 NAB Show (Booth C4315), which runs through April 12 in Las Vegas, Nev.

The 28-inch DT-U28U and 31.5-inch DT-U31U feature native 4K LCD panels with 3840×2160 resolution, LED backlight, wider color gamut, and HLG HDR and PQ HDR display for realistic imagery. Both monitors feature multiple 4K inputs, including 12G-SDI, 3G-SDI quad link, 4K/60p HDMI 2.0, and optional plug-in SFP adapter. Users can also display four independent SDI sources in quad view mode, and there are extensive connectivity options for legacy sources. The DT-U31E supports 100 percent DCI-P3 and 84 percent ITU-R BT.2020 color gamut, while the DT-U28E supports 100 percent Rec.709 and 80 percent DCI-P3 color gamut.

With sizes ranging from 17.3 to 27 inches, DT-G series monitors support 4K/60p HDMI and 2K-SDI signals. Each 8-bit panel has 10-bit signal processing and LED backlight, with the three largest models offering 1000:1 contrast ratio.

Designed for critical video applications, both the DT-G and DT-U series are equipped with a new zero latency image processing mode with only a few lines of delay, which is ideal for lip sync monitoring. Both series also feature 3D LUT 17x17x17 precise auto calibration, with built-in color generator and calibration software, and support user uploaded 3DLUT cube files, which are convenient for color creation in post. Plus, with several built-in De-log LUTs (including JVC J-log1), the monitors can convert directly to ITU-Rec.709.

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From:: Student Filmmakers

SLR Magic announces new MicroPrime CINE lenses for Sony E-Mount

Credit: SLR Magic

Lens maker SLR Magic is exhibiting a new lineup of cinema lenses at NAB 2018 this year. The new MicroPrime CINE lenses are designed for the Sony E-Mount, and there are five of them in all. The first four—a 25mm T1.5, 35mm T1.3, 50mm T1.2, and 75mm T1.5—will all be released in May, and a fifth 18mm T2.9 will be ready “by Q3 2018.”

According to SLR Magic, the MicroPrime lenses are designed with an image circle large enough to cover full-frame sensors, a similar weight distribution across the lineup for easy lens swapping when using a gimbal, and an internal focusing mechanism. The company also says the focus gears were designed with “a throw slightly longer than photographic lenses but still manageable when a motorized follow focus is not used.”

The image below shows a basic set of specs for all five of the MicroPrime CINE lenses, although there is one mistake in the table: the lineup features an 82mm filter thread across all five lenses, not 77mm as the image below shows.

Basic spec sheet for the 25mm T1.5, 35mm T1.3, 50mm T1.2, and 75mm T1.5 MicroPrime CINE lenses. Credit: SLR Magic

SLR Magic is exhibiting the first four MicroPrimes at NAB 2018 this week, but if you’re not in Vegas you can expect to see these lenses at authorized SLR Magic dealers starting in May for $800 each. The MicroPrime CINE 18mm T2.9 will join its siblings sometime in Q3 2018.

Press Release

The SLR Magic MicroPrime CINE lens series in E-mount

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From:: DPreview

2018 NAB Las Vegas | Day 1 on Exhibit Show Floor – StudentFilmmakers Magazine and HD Pro Guide Magazine Exhibit Booth #C8943

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

At the StudentFilmmakers Magazine and HD Pro Guide Magazine Exhibit Booth #C8943 at the 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Day 1 on the Exhibit Show Floor, attendees come to pick up the newest editions of the magazines and collectors editions filled with timeless educational articles covering the five stages of motion picture creation: development, pre-production, production, post production, and distribution. If you’re at the show, stop by Booth #C8943 and say hello to Publisher/Editor Kim E. Welch; Cinematographer David Landau; and WM Reporter Ladson Mark Jones.

Must-Visit Booths at NAB 2018, Las Vegas >>


HD Pro Guide Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
www.hdproguide.com

HD Pro Guide is a growing HD Production News Resource and Community covering HD technology, techniques, and best practices, as well as must-read industry news and exclusive interviews with professionals working in Broadcast, Cinema/TV, and Live Production. HD Pro Guide Magazine is published by Welch Media, Inc., publishers of the popular StudentFilmmakers Magazine, the # 1 Educational Resource for Film and Video Makers, covering the five stages of motion picture creation: Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post Production, and Distribution.
hdproguide.com/networking
facebook.com/HDProGuide
twitter.com/HDProGuide

StudentFilmmakers Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
StudentFilmmakers Magazinewww.studentfilmmakers.com

The StudentFilmmakers readers and online community are creating the award-winning films of tomorrow using the latest technologies. They are learning to work with the equipment they will use for the rest of their careers. And, in an industry that changes each day, even the pros need to keep learning and many have found StudentFilmmakers to be an excellent resource.

There simply is no other magazine on the market that specifically serves the aspiring filmmakers community like StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers Magazine is the bright star of industry publications covering the latest technologies and workflows. Each → continue…

From:: Student Filmmakers

New SLR Magic MicroPrime CINE lens series in E-mount

By SonyAlpha Admin

PRESS RELEASE Hong Kong, China (April 9th, 2018) – SLR Magic will present a new family of CINE lenses, MicroPrime series, to the public in the upcoming NAB Show 2018 in Las Vegas at the SLR Magic booth (Upper Central Hall, C-2663). The SLR Magic MicroPrime CINE 25mm T1.5, 35mm T1.3, 50mm T1.2, and 75mm […]

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