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Review: Canon C700 FF Cine Camera, Part 2

Review: Canon C700 FF Cine Camera, Part 2

[This is part 2 of a two-part review. Read part 1 here.] Operation For the most part, operating the C700 FF is unremarkable — and that’s a good thing…

Review: Canon C700 FF Cine Camera, Part 1

Review: Canon C700 FF Cine Camera, Part 1

Canon’s C700 FF is a full-frame version of the C700, Canon’s first “conventional” Cinema EOS camera. Unlike the C100, C200, C300, C500, and their variants, the C700…

Quick Look: Metabones CINE mount adapters

Quick Look: Metabones CINE mount adapters

One of the pleasures of mirrorless, short-flange-depth cameras is the freedom to use a wide variety of lenses via adapters. Metabones is the granddaddy of adapter companies, renowned…

Cooke to offer interchangeable mounts for miniS4/i lenses

Cooke to offer interchangeable mounts for miniS4/i lenses

Cooke Optics has announced that they will soon offer multiple mounts for the miniS4/i cinema primes. Mounts will include Canon EF, Nikon F, Sony E and MFT (Panasonic, Blackmagic…

PVC Talks To SLR Magic About 2 New PL Lenses: NAB 2016

PVC Talks To SLR Magic About 2 New PL Lenses: NAB 2016

I little over a year ago SLR Magic announced, and produced, the APO-HyperPrime CINE 50mm T2.1 PL Cinema Lens. It was the first in a CINE family, and…

Lost in NAB’s noise: Craft camera

Lost in NAB’s noise: Craft camera

Last Monday, April 18, an hour before NAB 2016 opened, Craft Camera’s website started taking reservations on a new, modular camera system, offering Super16mm HD or Super35mm true 4K…

Blackmagic Extends Lens Mount Options for USRA Mini

Blackmagic Extends Lens Mount Options for USRA Mini

Blackmagic adds B4 lens mount option to the URSA Mini and URSA Mini 4.6K…