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iRig Pro I/O: first look at IK’s latest cross platform audio interface

iRig Pro I/O: first look at IK’s latest cross platform audio interface

Today IK Multimedia launched its latest cross platform audio interface, the <US$150 iRig Pro I/O. An apparent successor to the original iRig Pro (which I reviewed in…

Canon’s Cinema RAW Light: more than a codec

Canon’s Cinema RAW Light: more than a codec

The CFast 2.0 card inside the EOS C200 pairs with the new Cinema RAW Light format to allow capturing footage internally. An interesting solution, but one requiring a different…

The MIT debate between 48 and 44.1 kHz audio sampling that hasn’t taken place (yet)

The MIT debate between 48 and 44.1 kHz audio sampling that hasn’t taken place (yet)

On May 30, I received an email invitation to debate the virtues of 48 vs 44.1 kHz audio sampling at an upcoming event at MIT (Massachussets Institute of Technology…

LucidCam, a stereoscopic 3D 180 camera

LucidCam, a stereoscopic 3D 180 camera

The news of the new video format, VR180, from Google, are still fresh, and YI announced development of a VR180 camera. LucidCam beats them to the market, with a camera…

Google introduces VR180, a new video format

Google introduces VR180, a new video format

Google discovered that most users of VR tend to only explore the area right in front of them, meaning 180 degrees VR is enough. They are now developing VR180 tools…

A Weekend With RHOdium FSND Filters By Schneider Review

A Weekend With RHOdium FSND Filters By Schneider Review

Science versus art; it’s the unique combination that allows cinematographers/shooters to be both creative and tech savvy. In other words, you have to know the tech to…

Andrew Fried and Bryant Fisher: filming with the Canon EOS C200

Andrew Fried and Bryant Fisher: filming with the Canon EOS C200

Andrew Fried (Chef’s Table) and DP Bryant Fisher (Hamilton’s America),  lead the crew of “From Dock to Dish”, first film shot in 4K on Canon’s…

Small Cine-Rovers for video production: Part 2 – Eclipse Rovers

Small Cine-Rovers for video production: Part 2 – Eclipse Rovers

After experimenting with my own kit build of my first 1:5 scale POV Cine Rover (see Part 1 of this series on ProVideo), I had a great discussion with…

A Beastgrip Anamorphic lens for smartphones

A Beastgrip Anamorphic lens for smartphones

Beastgrip is back on Kickstarter for the third time, and backers continue to support the projects from Vadym Chalenko and team. The highlight, this time, is an Anamorphic lens for…

The Electronic Side of Color Media

The Electronic Side of Color Media

In our previous installment, we looked at the history of color in film. Film color evolved over the years from hand painting directly on the film frames to various photochemical…

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