The Sport Cam Revolution: GoPros, Clones & iPhones (Article/Shootout)

Posted by on Aug 21, 2017 in Articles, Cameras, Featured, MicroFilmmaking, Reviews, Reviews (Cameras), Tips | 0 comments

Last year, with the release of the film, Hardcore Henry (which was shot entirely with GoPro cameras in first person perspective), we decided that we were going to look at the different cost-effective sport and mobile cams on the market to see which ones were worth investing in for our readers. The gold standard in this market has been GoPro, who kindly provided us with one of their HERO4 Black cameras for this extended research article...

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Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (Camera Review)

Posted by on Jul 7, 2014 in Cameras, Featured, Reviews, Reviews (Cameras) | 0 comments

I recently had the opportunity to get my hands on the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (which I will refer to as the BMPCC) and review it. I’m a guy and I like for things to be user friendly, easy to figure out with little to no explanation. So, despite the fact that I’m a filmmaker that’s shot with a lot of cameras (most comparably: the t2i and Hero3), I decided the best way to begin...

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Canon EOS C300 Camera (Review)

Posted by on Jul 11, 2013 in Cameras, Reviews, Reviews (Cameras) | 0 comments

When the EOS 5D Mark II came onto the scene in 2008, I don’t think anyone could have known quite how big an impact it would have. Here we are, over four years later: in an industry that is continually shifting towards smaller cameras; where the standards are set incredibly high for image quality, features, and camera design; where the tools available to feature films in Hollywood are the same tools used by documentarians, independent filmmakers, and students all over the world. Right in the middle of this mix enters the Canon Cinema EOS line, the natural progression of a camera company that once changed the industry so radically. The Canon C300 was the first of this line introduced...

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