Browsing: Cinema Tech

Buy a flying camera today if you like to experience a new way to look to the world! It is very interesting to be a flying bird each day for one hour!! and explore the beauty of the nature around you wherever you are! Just try it and capture your photos from a totally different angle! WOW!! It is amazing. You have a plenty of choices to experience with! I started with DJI Mavic Pro but you may find out DJI Phantom 4 or DJI Spark is a better choice for you. I picked up the Mavic because it is…

Today the 22nd Annual Cine Gear Expo opens at Paramount Pictures Studios in the heart of Hollywood, California, USA. Cine Gear Expo presents an opportunity for artists and technicians in the moving image industry to converge, learn and discuss their latest innovations and share industry news while enjoying the ambiance of Hollywood’s oldest and most historic studio lot. Members of the entertainment industry view Cine Gear as the must attend event of the year for maximum exposure and impact. On June 1, the event begins with the Film Competition Finalist Screenings of Student Shorts, Independent Shorts and the Commercial/Music Video…

If you like me have plenty of 8 & 16 mm films and you are tired of those unreliable film to video converting company then you will be happy to see this marvelous machine to do the job for you in your own home. it is a little bit expensive but worth it. The RetroScan Universal is normally priced as follows: $4500 for RetroScan Universal with one gate of your choice. $3800 for the RetroScan Universal base without a gate.* $700 for each additional gate if purchased later.** http://www.moviestuff.tv/moviestuff_home.html

CGO Studios is over a year into production on “Everest ’53,” the latest project on their production slate of historical “time-travel” VR experiences, announced Producer Jonah Hirsch, CEO and Founder of CGO Studios. When CGO Studios announced its previous VR project “Anne”, about Anne Frank and the Secret Annex, the project received worldwide attention. Hirsch’s premiere VR film, “First,” about the Wright Brothers’ famous flight at Kitty Hawk, debuted at E3 and then later at Comic-Con in 2015, where it was named one of the Top 5 VR Experiences that year. Now, with “Everest ’53,” CGO Studios cements its status…

We had a few questions about the differences between online live TV services that are available now, which one to pick, and which one offers the best packages with the most affordable prices. Right now there are three major players in this field: PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, and Sling TV. There is also Hulu that has not yet announced their launch date, but the rumors point the start date to fall 2017. Among the three existing services, DirecTV Now has an interesting offer of $35 for 100 channels; but that promotion expired on January 9th and if you want to…

Currently President of Viacom International Media Networks’ operations in the UK, and Northern and Eastern Europe, David Lynn has been appointed President and CEO of the full VIMN group. He will have management oversight of all of Viacom’s media networks and related businesses outside the U.S., reporting to Bob Bakish. Bakish was previously CEO of VIMN and was promoted to President and CEO of Viacom Inc last month. VIMN is managed out of London where Lynn will be based. The group was formed in 2011 and has continued to expand Viacom’s global footprint across TV and digital with over 200 branded channels reaching 3.9B subscribers…

One of the main reasons we support Sling TV is its international cinema resources, and having access to those resources at an affordable price. For $20 a month you can join Sling TV Orange and access 30 tv channels as well as have the ablility to use the Fandor Festival channel. Fandor Festival on Sling TV offers the best of the most important international film festivals such as Sundance, Austin’s SXSW, Cannes, Berlin, Rotterdam and Toronto. You can browse the films based on the festival or genres. Good news is that you can watch 5 films for free every month.…

RED Digital Cinema is heading to CINEC from September 17-19 with Teltec (Hall 2, Stand C01). Those attending the show will have an opportunity to see RED’s entire line of DSMC2TM cameras – RED RAVEN™ 4.5K, SCARLET-W 5K, WEAPON® 6K, WEAPON 8K VV, and the limited edition white WEAPON 8K S35 featuring RED’s newest sensor, HELIUM™. On September 17 at 1:15 pm, Markus Förderer BVK, will share his recent experience shooting the feature filmIndependence Day: Resurgence on RED cameras at room K01. Förderer will review the production’s onset workflow, his personal workflow with REDCODE® RAW files in REDCINE-X, and showcase the industry-leading…

We are getting close to the Palm Springs ShortFest, one of the most successful short film festivals in the world. Since 2012 HP Bridging the Borders Award offered by Cinema Without Borders goes to a film that helps bringing people of our world closer together. Every year and prior to the festival we introduce computer systems and digital tools that could help independent young filmmakers. The following interview with Mike Diehl and Christian Jones is about HP RGS and HP Z1 All-in-One Workstation. Mike Diehl is a Product Manager for the personal workstation business at HP’s Workstation Global Business Unit.…

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif  – Panavision, the entertainment industry’s leading designer, manufacturer and rental provider of high-precision optics and camera systems, has announced the availability of PanaND filters. Representing the next-generation neutral density filters, they offer significant improvements in quality and consistency, so filmmakers can focus on achieving their creative goals. Full spectrum PanaND filters benefit from advancements in materials and manufacturing to deliver color neutrality very accurately. “Until now, cinematographers using traditional ND filters to control exposure have always had to deal with color shifting and optical performance degradation,” says Haluki Sadahiro, Panavision’s director of new product development. “Unlike traditional…

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