Tuesday, October 20, 2020



Five things all ‘real’ video cameras really need.

In 2020, we have access to incredible camera gear, much of which is perfectly capable of shooting an ambitious feature film. Taking...

Kinefinity MAVO Edge – 8K is great, but it makes 4K much better

The announcement yesterday of the full-frame Kinefinity MAVO Edge has understandably got people talking. The headline feature is that it produces full open gate 8K, but it’s the 4K capability that is potentially more interesting.

EOS R5: Modern cameras are incredible, but they aren’t a magic bullet

The announcements of the Canon EOS 300 Mark III and EOS R5 show us just how exceptional modern camera technology is. But...

Hybrid cameras are only the beginning

Camera technology is improving all the time. That sounds like the most obvious statement it's possible to make, doesn't it? But we often don't appreciate how far things have come until we look back only a few years, and the hybrid camera is a big part of this.

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DaVinci Resolve 16.2.2 update is now available

Blackmagic Design has continued to improve its DaVinci Resolve editing software with a number of bug fixes, and some handy new features. Read on to find out what's new.

Sony IMX500 sensor – Cameras are about to get a lot smarter

When Sony tells us that it has integrated AI into the same single-chip device as an imaging sensor in its IMX500 series, that’s interesting from all sorts of angles.

Lil Miquela: Signed CGI characters are now an actual thing

Lil Miquela is the first fully CGI character to be signed to a talent agency. You might want to sit back in...

Unreal Engine 5 has been unveiled, and it’s absolutely staggering

Achieving photorealistic 3D graphics has been a holy grail ever since computers displayed the first pixel on a screen. Unreal Engine 5 would appear to have made a gigantic leap towards achieving it.

Lens softness: Why do lenses become softer at different apertures?

There is an unabated craze right now for shallow depth of field. But lenses are do not, generally, perform at their best when fully wide open. Why is this?
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