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This year is shaping up to be a definitive one for virtual reality cameras. There have been some major strides recently, with plenty of new options opening up for the VR world, such as live VR streaming, underwater capability, and 6K to 8K resolutions.
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Virtual Reality is currently at the forefront of discussion among content creators but 360-degree viewing has a long history. While the latest technology has made capturing and viewing VR more accessible, it is interesting to explore the unusual history that has brought us to the current Virtual Reality technologies.
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A wide variety of Camera Mounted HD recorders have become available recently. These recorders all aim to increase recording quality and ease workflow needs, but they differ greatly in their form, function and price point. To help navigate these different options, we created a Camera Mounted Recorder Comparison Chart that compares several of these devices.
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Numerous cameras available today feature a "35mm-sized sensor." How is this defined? They all vary slightly in size, and some are shaped differently so that, when used for HD shooting, the usable size is dramatically reduced. Our clients frequently ask how to compare these different cameras and how sensor size affects field of view and lens coverage. On this topic, words and numbers can be difficult to interpret, so AbelCine decided to produce a graphical chart to better compare areas of coverage.
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A new category of single-operator, handheld camera has recently established itself in the tier between traditional ENG/broadcast cameras (based on 2/3″ sensors) and the single-chip Super35-sensor digital cinema cameras we cover extensively in this blog. This current crop of higher-end, all-in-one cinema camcorders use one-inch sensors and have generous zoom ranges, and they’re all capable of recording UHD (the 16:9 version of 4K, 3840×2160 resolution) – most even have high-speed capabilities as well.
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Zeiss's new full frame lenses — including the Milvus family, along with the Otus, Loxia, and Batis lenses — provide superior quality.
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Some of the most common questions we get from clients are about whether the HDx35 Mark II or HDx2 Mark II optical adapters will work with a particular camera. Sometimes the answer is more complicated than "yes" or "no" - things like sensor size and resolution must be taken into consideration. To make things a little easier, we've created a new comparison chart that lists the cameras that are currently compatible with the HDx35 and HDx2.
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ARRI's range of LED lighting has expanded with their SkyPanel fixtures, and Megan covered some of the updates at NAB this year.
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Litepanels' Astra series is designed with premium quality, high CRI, surface-mount LEDs, which are paired with custom designed TIR (total internal reflection) optics. The design follows the one square foot form factor of many popular Litepanels models.