Daily Archives: September 11, 2019

Automatic Rotoscoping…For Free

Automatic Rotoscoping…For Free

We’re still a few years away from where machine learning AI can produce rotoscoping that rivals what human artists can achieve (though only a very few), but even today…

SIGMA shows at IBC 2019 the new “Classic Prime Line” Cinema lenses

SIGMA shows at IBC 2019 the new “Classic Prime Line” Cinema lenses

More new lenses for cinematographers are announced in time for IBC 2019: now Sigma shows its new series in the SIGMA CINE LENS, the “FF Classic Prime Line”. With cutting…

ARRI Orbiter: ultra-bright LED with a variety of optics to choose from

ARRI Orbiter: ultra-bright LED with a variety of optics to choose from

The new LED luminaire Orbiter is, according to ARRI,  the most technologically advanced luminaire ever produced for image capture and color fidelity. If Orbiter was an animal, it would be…

The Review Of The Canon XA-40 UHD Camcorder

The Review Of The Canon XA-40 UHD Camcorder

The Canon XA40 is a small and mighty UHD camcorder yielding canon’s color as a weapon against single-lens camera hate in an s35mm and full-frame world. A…

JVC updates projector firmware for better HDR performance

JVC updates projector firmware for better HDR performance

JVC announced the company will launch, in October, a free firmware update for its Native 4K D-ILA projectors that delivers a significant advancement in HDR performance. The DLA-RS3000…

Irix 11mm T4.3: the second Cine lens from Irix debuts at IBC 2019

Irix 11mm T4.3: the second Cine lens from Irix debuts at IBC 2019

The Irix 11mm T4.3, the second full frame lens from the company’s new cinematography line, provides  a perspective not available in film optics, thus releasing creativity in creating…