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Scarlet Killers – Attack of the HD DSLRs!

Scarlet Killers – Attack of the HD DSLRs!

Nikon is claiming its recent release of the D-90 is the first HD DSLR camera. Plus there’s the news of Canon’s entry into the HD…

Imagineer Offering up to 90% Discount to small shops One Day Only

Imagineer Systems is offering an incredible one-day Halloween sale for small production shops and freelancers. Details below… (Courtesy Kevin Bourke, Bourke PR) Just got word from the Imagineer…

Autodesk+RED Workflow Guide

The RED One camera and its ability to capture large frame size, RAW-format files has certainly ignited the imagination of filmmakers and videographers. But its unusual file format and…

moby gratis- film music

LA-based FCP & Avid editor and bungee jumper Shane Ross posted this tidbit on his Little Frog in High Def blog: moby has released nearly 80 tracks for free…

Redrock Micro Launches Cinema Accessories for Video DSLRs

October 23, 2008 Dallas, TX – Redrock Micro, the leading provider of cinema accessories for digital filmmakers, today launched new cinema accessory bundles for video DSLR cameras from Nikon, Canon…

On Artbeats.com: Using the RED One for Stock Footage

On Artbeats.com: Using the RED One for Stock Footage

When we heard that Artbeats were shooting stock footage with their new RED One camera, we were curious to know what they had learned, including issues such as lenses (they…

Mr Pixel and Mrs Grain

In this three-part series of shorts, the film vs. digital argument is presented as a married couple in counseling sessions. Simply brilliant, and perfectly played! Enjoy. Session 1 Session…

The HVX-200 Strikes Again

The HVX-200 Strikes Again

A while back I wrote an article about a spec shoot I did promoting an as-yet unfunded motion picture project. For various reasons the project wasn’t finished…

No on Prop 8 (California) — shot on RED

I’ll revisit this next week when I have more time to write (I’m about to go into a four day RED project that will shoot over…

Green, Magenta and RED

Green, Magenta and RED

Anecdotal reports, and my own experience, have shown me that the RED responds strongly to green light, or to the absence of green in light. Geoff Boyle, cinematographer and owner…