Held in Barcelona, the First International Festival of Ephemeral Cinema of Catalonia featured a series of fictional films streamed live directly from their location, with post-production occurring simultaneously. This was the first virtual exhibition of this method of live storytelling dubbed ‘The Cinema Ephemere’ by creators Efimero Films.
My Ireland, an upcoming feature-length documentary focused on Irish displacement, was shot on location across Ireland with two JVC GY-LS300 4KCAM Super 35 camcorders. Dancing Fox co-founder Elliott Geolat went to Ireland in June and July, conducting interviews and collecting B-roll footage across the country, from remote rural villages to Dublin.
Visitors at this week’s Cine Gear Expo interested in a “master class” on evaluating lenses should schedule time at the FUJINON/FUJIFILM Optics Learning Center (Stage 18, Booth S206). Leading lens repair and rental house optic experts will put the FUJINON Premier, Cabrio and MK lenses through their paces, teaching attendees how they use Lens Projection to test and evaluate lenses. Representatives from ARRI RENTAL, Keslow Camera and Duclos Lenses will be some of the featured technicians in Fujifilm’s lens projection room.
NAB 2018: FUJINON 4K HDR Zoom Series Expands with Two New 46x Zooms Featuring Best-in-Class Stabilization and Accuracy (User Press Release)
Smallest and Lightest 4K HDR Lens and New MK Series Accessories Make NAB Debut Alongside New FUJIFILM X-H1 Camera and MKX Cinema Lenses
Thanks to the growing popularity of the recently introduced FUJINON MK Series, camera and lens support providers have taken note and now offer a range of solutions to benefit MK lens owners and broaden their compatibility with additional camera mounts. Among those with new support gear for the FUJINON MK Series are lens control, accessory manufacturers and service providers: Heden, Chrosziel, Duclos Lenses, MTF, Bright Tangerine and Zacuto.